Entries Tagged 'Career in software Testing' ↓

9 Best Ideas for Testers to Utilize Their Bench Time Effectively

Is daily project routine work enough for your success?

We all love success and we know there are certain keys to get it. All we need is to find these keys and follow them properly. Many of us even know about these keys but find it hard to follow as we just don’t want to come out of our comfort zone. We are OK in following our daily routine in which we have molded ourselves.

There is a general thinking in IT industry that you need to be allocated to a project in order to prove your abilities. With this myth we work for months or even years and keep ourselves busy in a daily routine that we hardly get any time to prove yourself. Continue reading →

How to Answer Team Playing and Leadership Related Interview Questions for Test Lead Position

In this article you will learn ‘How to answer Team Playing and Leadership related questions in Test Lead/Manager interview’. This is part 2 of our Test Lead interview questions series.

Also read first part here, where we answered 6 Most Common QA Test Lead/Manager Interview Questions.


Before we go for the actual questions in this section, let’s talk about what kinds of attributes are preferable when it comes to QA lead’s team playing and leadership skills: 
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6 Most Common QA Test Lead/Manager Interview Questions (with Answers and our Tips)

STH is back with yet another interview series. This one is for QA/Test lead position. We are going to cover few most common but important QA test lead/manager interview questions and answers.

As always, we will follow the pattern of explanation based answers rather than politically correct ones. Let’s begin.

Typically QA interviewers test all interviewees in 3 major areas: Continue reading →

Tips to Prepare for Virtual and Presentation Based QA Interviews – New Interview Trends (Part 2)

We are on the trail to understand the changes that are taking place in the IT industry’s job market.

Smaller/shorter resumes are already preferred by many employers. Head on over to our previous article in this series if you haven’t already to check out the details and sample of a 1 or 2 page resume.

This article is going to be on interviews. There are two (or may be three) things we will talk about here (of course, with plenty of samples and examples). Continue reading →

New Emerging Trends in the Job Seeking Market (Part 1) – Shorter Resumes

The world of resume and interviews is changing- constantly.

Being in the training and facilitation industry gives us a special insight into this field as we are blessed with students that take the time to keep us posted on their career pursuits and the interviews that they have attended; our heartfelt gratitude to you all always for sharing.

In this article, I will try to consolidate all the trends I have come across, so we can share all that was shared with us to the readers. Continue reading →

6 Questions to Determine if a Candidate is Fit for the QA Job

As technology is growing and software is becoming an integral part of human life, expectations for better application, service and user experience are rising.

Gone are the days when a customer was visiting market for 5 times to check different brands, quality and cost before buying an Air Conditioner. Nowadays, those big decisions are being taken while sitting on comfy chair and sipping coffee.  Continue reading →