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what does UAT stand for ?

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it is called as User Acceptance Testing ,User acceptance testing (UAT) is the last phase of the software testing process. During UAT, actual software users test the software to make sure it can handle required tasks in real-world scenarios, according to specifications. UAT is one of the final and critical software project procedures that must occur before newly developed software is rolled out to the market.User acceptance testing (UAT), otherwise known as Beta, Application, or End-User Testing, is often considered the last phase in the web development process, the one before final installation of the software on the client site, or final distribution of it.

I think the CTO wants to outsource of all of QA; how do you feel about THAT??? (asked by one of the directors in a challenging fashion)

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I've had problems with QA in other companies; what would make whatever you set up different?

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How long have you been managing, and what is the size of teams you have handle?

Role based specific questions. Example where you failed and how did you take your failure?

- Implement dictionary search - Search optimization - How will you reward high performers - How do you fire someone? - What is different about managing managers vs. managing individual contributors - Some testing questions

I won’t give specific questions but will note it is important to prepare ahead of time. Look at the job description and prepare answers based on how you would perform the job. Integrity and attitude is very important.

Questions about QA process, automation, different tools& frameworks, pseudo code, people and performance management. Different interviewers covered different areas in the interview and I felt like they had good plan to evaluate a candidate rather than every one covering same areas.

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