QA interview questions and answers are completely based on the QA interview I and my friends attended during last years of working experience as Quality Assurance Testers.

How to evaluate QA tester's work?

Tricky Test manager interview question may sound like : Imagine being a test manager and trying to evaluate the performance of your QA testers. As we all know staff performance reviews is a one of the responsibilities of QA Managers. Software quality assurance engineers do a wide variety of tasks, such as bug hunting, bug reporting, test planning, and test tool development. To fully evaluate the work of the QA tester, Test Manager would evaluate the quality of work on each of the tasks. As I noticed during several interviews, some Test managers prefers to focus on quantitative measures like number of bug reports or number of bug reports returned as duplicates, but in my opinion any performance review that is based on number, can be easily gamed. The successful QA manager would focus on qualitative measures while providing performance evaluation for software QA Testers like quality of test plans, test cases and bug reports. Another measurements could be the ability of SQA Engineers to research and acquire a new testing skills, attitude towards coworkers, ability to manage time effectively, capacity to respond to changing priorities.


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Anonymous said...

this is ashok great question

Anonymous said...

this is raghav well done man

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