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Blog Added: January 05, 2018 04:16:20 PM
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Is Java a compiled language or an interpreted one?

Blogger-Story Is Java a compiled language or an interpreted one? Both. Confused? Yes, Java is both compiled as well as interpreted language. This is what makes it platform-independent. Java Code >> Compile (javac) >> Bytecode (portable code) >> Interpret (platform specific) >> Machine Code >> Execute. Normal: 1. Java Compiler (javac) compiles Java code to Bytecode (which is platform-independent). 2. Java Interpreter (java) interprets this bytecode...

Blogger-Story Is Java a compiled language or an interpreted one?

Both. Confused? Yes, Java is both compiled as well as interpreted language. This is what makes it platform-independent. Java Code >> Compile (javac) >> Bytecode (portable code) >> Interpret (platform specific) >> Machine Code >> Execute.

Normal:

1. Java Compiler (javac) compiles Java code to Bytecode (which is platform-independent).
2. Java Interpreter (java) interprets this bytecode (line-by-line) & convert it to Machine language.
3. Execute.

Exception: JIT (Just In Time) Compiler

1. JVM maintains the count for no of times a function is executed.
2. If it exceeds the limit then JIT directly compiles the Java code into Machine language. No Interpretation.

In General,

• Compile: Source code >> Optimized Object Code (can be machine code or other optimized code)
• Interpret: Source Code >> Machine Code (to be executed)

Is Java a compiled language or an interpreted one? Sekhar Uppari



What is ‘DataProvider’ in TestNG?

Blogger-Story What is ‘DataProvider’ in TestNG? What does the name ‘DataProvider’ suggest? Yeah! Something that provides data. Test Data is important in Software Testing, say you want to login to an application – it needs a username and password values – it’s nothing but the Test data. 1. Method1 – Data Provider method – annotated with @DataProvider – Name ‘LoginData’ – returns an array of objects. public class DataProviderClass { @DataProvider(name =...

Blogger-Story What is ‘DataProvider’ in TestNG?

What does the name ‘DataProvider’ suggest? Yeah! Something that provides data. Test Data is important in Software Testing, say you want to login to an application – it needs a username and password values – it’s nothing but the Test data.

1. Method1 – Data Provider method – annotated with @DataProvider – Name ‘LoginData’ – returns an array of objects.

public class DataProviderClass {
@DataProvider(name = “LoginData”)
public static Object[][] dataProviderMethod() {
return new Object[][] { {“Username1”, “Password@1” }, {“Username2”, “Password@2”} };
}
}

Rows: #times test needs to be repeated.
Columns: #parameters in Test method

2. Method2 – Test method ‘Login’ – Executed using data provided by Method1-LoginData.

public class TestClass {
@Test(dataProvider = “LoginData”, dataProviderClass = DataProviderClass.class)
public void Login(String username, String password) {
System.out.println(“Username: ” + username + “ and Password: “ + password);
}
}

Output –
Username: Username1 and Password: Password@1
Username: Username2 and Password: Password@2

Write data-driven tests (same test run multiple times with diff. Test data).

What is ‘DataProvider’ in TestNG? Sekhar Uppari



Being a QA Lead, how do you handle a non-performing employee?

Blogger-Story Being a QA Lead, how do you handle a non-performing employee? Do your best in a tough situation, 1. Don’t ignore the problem. Like a bad sore, if ignored too long – it can lower the morale and productivity of other employees. 2. Don’t make any assumptions. 3. Listen. Communication is the key – talk with the person in private & find out the real problem. There may be external, personal factors influencing their performance. 4. Keep it professional. Give clear,...

Blogger-Story Being a QA Lead, how do you handle a non-performing employee?

Do your best in a tough situation,

1. Don’t ignore the problem. Like a bad sore, if ignored too long – it can lower the morale and productivity of other employees.

2. Don’t make any assumptions.

3. Listen. Communication is the key – talk with the person in private & find out the real problem. There may be external, personal factors influencing their performance.

4. Keep it professional. Give clear, behavioral feedback. Coach the employee and lay out the plan together. Set consequences if things don’t change.

5. Help the problematic employee to get back on track.

6. Follow-up. It’s going to take time and ongoing help to change habits. Keep track of the performance in the specific feedback areas.

7. Encouragement is important. Praise and reward positive change.

8. Don’t poison the well. Respect confidentiality – Don’t trash talk to other employees. Just don’t do it.

9. If there isn’t improvement, take action. Formally act on continued underperformance – work through the company’s processes, if necessary.

10. Lead by example: When you are open, honest and working, employees are more likely to do the same.

And hope for the best!

Being a QA Lead, how do you handle a non-performing employee? Sekhar Uppari



Infosys Selenium Interview Questions

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Blogger-Story Infosys Selenium Interview Questions

Infosys Selenium Interview Questions

Introduction to yourself?
The project you worked?
Automation Feasibility?
Why specifically you used POM class in your framework?
Uses of Tags in TestNG ?
The process flow in Agile(Scrum) ?
What all you cant test using Selenium WebDriver ?
How you will test image in Selenium?
What is a branch in and branch out in Git Hub?
What different application you tested as part of Integration testing?
How you decide whether you can test particular web page or not?
for what purposes you used JIRA?
What are contents of Test Plan? What is Risk?
What is the procedure you followed if a defect is deferred?

Infosys Selenium Interview Questions asked last month

1.Brief Description
2.How will you rate yourself in Selenium?
3.SIDE
4.How will you handle pop-up?
5.Which framework you are using in your project & why.
6.How will you handle javascript pop-up?
7.How will you handle SSL issue
8.How will you take a screenshot.
9.How will you handle AJAX?Explain it with code.
10.Explain your framework.
11.What is STLC, Test Plan & Defect Life Cycle(Procedure to file a defect)
12.traceability matrix
13.Selenium Grid concepts with code?RC
14.Project Description
15.Diff between Implicitly Wait and Explicitly Wait
16. When will you stop testing
17.Thread 7 Synchronization in java

Recently asked Infosys Selenium Interview Questions

1)-What is traceability matrix(RTM).
2)-What are the matrices are followed in your organization.
3)-In short project description.
4)-What is negative test cases.
5)-Difference between smoke and sanity testing. explanation with example.
6)-Difference between test plan and test strategy. What are the parameters are present in the test plan document?
7)-Which testing model your organization is following(Asking the agile project management concept)
8)-Suppose your manager given the 200 requirements and asking to write a test case for the same. What is the time estimation to write the entire test case? Which test cases you prefer to write first(Negative or Positive test case)
9)-what is severity and priority with an example.
10)-How do you handle browser compatibility testing with selenium.
11)-Difference between RC and webdriver.
12)-What is SQL sub-query. Which one you prefer to write sub-query/Joins.
13)-How to generate the Log file in Linux Ubuntu operating system.
14)-What are the exception you faced in selenium. How to handle nosuchelementexception. Reason for it.
15)-How to handle dynamic elements.
16)-What are the API’s you are using.
17)-How to read the data from excel file.
18)-Passby value & pass by reference
19)-what is daemons theory?
20)-swapping of two numbers in java?
21)-Why multiple inheritance is not supported in java?
22)-to handle DropDown menu.a dropdown list without select.
23)-what would be your Long term and short-term goal.
24)-which one is more important from the client’s prospective, severity or priority.
25)-complex scenario of your application
26)-Defect management life cycle. what is the defect status in Bugzilla?

Infosys Selenium Interview Questions Sekhar Uppari



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Blogger-Story Dell EMC Selenium Interview Questions

Dell EMC Selenium Interview Questions

Explain your current framework?
While explaining the framework, in-between they will ask few questions about the framework.
Like why this framework?
Execution flow?
1.How to integrate with TFS?
2.Benefits of Selenium?
3.Benefits of Oops??
4.What is polymorphism??
5.What is dictionary ??
6.How to handle AJAX elements?
7.What is synchronization?
8.Difference between implicit wait and explicit wait?
9.What is automation lifecycle?
10.What is a framework?
11.What is Nunit? Explain the capabilities of Nunit?
12.Write a script to open the Firefox without using FirefoxDriver class
13.How to take the screenshot of webelement?
14.How to verify to verify whether the element is present or not using findElements method
15.Write a script to verify whether the checkbox is selected or not.
16.How to verify whether the list box is a dropdown list or multi-select list.
17.Difference between ArrayList and linked list?
18.Explain the vector??
19.Difference between abstraction and encapsulation?
20.Difference between protected and default access specifiers?
21.What is singleton class ??
22.Why POM??
23.How to handle windows popup??

Recently Asked Dell EMC2 Selenium Interview Questions

Which one is better XPath or CSS?
how will you handle dynamic elements?
What is an implicit wait in webdriver?
what are the different assertions or checkpoints used in your script?
How to store a value which is text box using webdriver?
How to switch between the windows
how to handle alerts and confirmation boxes
how to switch between frames
how to mouse hover on an element?
What is actions class in webdriver?
how to get the number of links available on the page.
What is TestNG?
different annotations in testNG
What is the difference between before method and before class
What are the different attributes for @Test annotation?
Can we run a group of test cases using TestNG?
What is your framework or explain your framework

Dell EMC Selenium Interview Questions Sekhar Uppari



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Blogger-Story Infostretch Corporation Selenium Interview Questions

Infostretch Corporation Selenium Interview Questions

JAVA:
1.how much you want to rate yourself.
2.what is an interface.
3.access specifiers of data members in the interface.
4.multiple and multilevel inheritance.
5.two class and one interface how to do multiple inheritance.
Use of Inheritance.
6.what is an abstract class.can an abstract class have concrete methods
7.can you create an object in the abstract class
8.method overloading and method overriding.how many classes you require for each.
9.what is polymorphism
10.what is abstraction.how it is achieved in java
11.what is a constant pool and nonconstant pool.what they contain
In which area of JVM they are present.
12.what is mutability and immutability.
13.what is encapsulation explain with an example
access specifier of data and of methods.
14.collection: -list set and map.do set allow duplicates.how to insert data in map.what are classes of map
what is generics.it is compile time or runtime

Selenium:
1.How to create firefox driver.
2.how to create chrome driver.
3.if a file is going to download to a specified location, now how to change it.
write a code.for both chrome and firefox
4.testng: i)if there are 5 test methods how many times @BM and @AM will run when
executing all the five test methods.
ii)How to run Test scripts parallelly using TestNG
iii)order of execution of testng annotations
iv)what is a data provider
5.what is data-driven.how to take data from excel sheet using which class/method.
why we use the data-driven framework or excel sheet in selenium
6.pom class.how to design it.
if there is a web application which has two web pages Login Page and home page
How many POM class you will create.
How do you initialize POM
7.Maven.How to specify dependency.after specifying dependency what happens.
If we run Maven project for 5 times then will it download jar files every time.
what is the use of surefireplugin
8.what is VERIFICATION AND ASSERTION
9.what is BDD

Infostretch Corporation Selenium Interview Questions Sekhar Uppari



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