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Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Guidewire
- Software Engineer (17)
- Senior Software Engineer (10)
- Solutions Consultant (7)
- QA Engineer (5)
- Technical Sales Consultant (3)
- Senior Functional Consultant (3)
- Integration Architect (3)
- Senior Implementation Consultant (2)
- Engineering (2)
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- Graduate Software Engineer (2)
- Solution Consultant (2)
- Solution Developer (2)
- Senior Product Manager (2)
- Curriculum Developer (2)
- Product Manager (2)
- Senior Implementation Architect (2)
- Java Solutions Consultant (2)
- Implementation Consultant (2)
- Junior Java Consultant (1)
- Implementation Architect and Middleware Manager (1)
- Représentant des ventes (1)
- Technical Consultant North America (1)
- Sales Demo Team Consultant (1)
- Graduate Java Dev (1)
- Solution Consultant (Java Developer) (1)
- Solutions Consultant(Graduate Java Developer) (1)
- Solution Developer (Java, Full Stack) (1)
- Senior Java Support Engineer (1)
- IT EMEA Ops Manager (1)
QA Engineer Interview
I applied online. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Guidewire in January 2013.
The recruiter called after I applied online to the company. They scheduled a telephonic interview. There were questions like what do I know, how much automation experience, java experience, why I am leaving the current job etc. I was told that I would get a call within two days. But did not hear from them at all.
- Unexpected question : Experience with Java outside automation Answer Question
Other Interview Reviews for Guidewire
QA Engineer InterviewNo OfferPositive ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Guidewire (San Mateo, CA) in June 2012.
I applied for the position QA (Gray box) Engineer online and i was contacted by the recruiter. He was very good and gave me a nice introduction over the phone and ran me thro the interview process. He set up a phone interview with the hiring manager the next day. The phone interview went fine. The Hiring manager asked me about my current job and why am i looking for other opportunities. Then i was called for the inperson interview the following week. The first one hour session went well where they asked me few questions on Java basics. A couple of problems were given and i was asked to write programs to solve those. The interviewer verified the programs that i wrote and he suggested me other alternatives to write the programs as well. In the next hour,another QA automation person in the company came and showed me a couple of code snippets from their automation scripts, and he asked to automate few actions in their website. I struggled in the beginning since they were using GOSU , it is their own programming language and there are some difference in the in the way of writing the regular selenium automation scripts with Java. He helped me and answered all my questions and finally i wrote a code snippet and i was able to execute it. The 3rd hour was with the hiring manager. This was all theatrical were they asked some questions on my current project, the kind of work i do etc. I was given an given a scenario and was asked to come up with the test cases to test that, this round didnt go well and the interviewer expected me to tell a couple of cases that i didnt think about. Overall, it was a good experience and i felt the work atmosphere was very good.
- How did you wanted your ideal day to be at work? Answer Question
QA Engineer InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took a week. I interviewed at Guidewire (San Mateo, CA) in April 2010.
The interviewers were friendly and helped me to overcome nervousness. Hiring manager was honest in describing the role / responsibilities to me. He was good at telling both positive and negative aspects of being at guidewire. I was given a decision 1 day after my in-person interviews. Interview questions were similar to the questions described in rest on the interview feedbacks.
- Automation of a UI test for a web page 2 Answers
QA Engineer InterviewNo OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Guidewire (Foster City, CA) in March 2009.
Was asked totally trivial questions about Java, SQL, and black-box testing during a courteous 1-hour 1:1 interview. Returned for a planned 4 hour interview in software testing, expecting programming and puzzle questions. Was asked absolutely nothing relevant to testing and software verification during the initial 45 minute period by a quirky and non-technical "program manager" who obviously had not read my resume at all. As best I could figure from his mindless babbling, the questions concerned estimating the priority of testing various drop-boxes and check-boxes in a GUI application that he was barely able to even describe. The remainder of the interview didn't even take place. I departed and refused to shake the interviewer's hand upon leaving.
- Sample questions concerning Java or SQL. 2 Answers
QA Engineer InterviewNo OfferNeutral ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Guidewire in January 2008.
Recruiter contacted me by phone. After the initial screen, went in for 1:1 meeting. I was suppose to meet with 4 people, but meet only with 2. The questions were typical of asking background of resume and then asking technical questions from resume. SQL questions and basic logic questions.
- Was asked a question about inner joins. Answer Question
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