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Quality Assurance Engineer II Interview

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I applied online. The process took a weekinterviewed at Amazon Consulting in September 2011.

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I was contacted by an Amazon Recruiter after submitting my resume to the company's online career site. The first interview was over the phone with one of the teams SDET's. We went over my background and then used an online sharing program to code a problem that my interviewer could see real time. After passing the first phone screen I then was setup for a second phone interview with the team manager. We went over the current projects I was working on at my current job and then went over some scenarios testing a simple web app. We then discussed what the steps would be for filing a bug and any other items that should be added to the bug. Finally we went over the difference between Agile developement verses Waterfall type development and discussed the pros and cons of each. I was then offered to come into the office and interview with approximately 6 to 7 Amazonians. The panel consisted of SDETS, SDEs, QAEs, Recruiter, and Team Manager. Each interviewer went through testing various components in software from a simple application up to a 3 tiered system. The main advice I can give people interviewing for this position is make sure you have thorough knowledge of all the test areas. The one area that I failed to shine on was load testing of a system. Good Luck

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