I have been working at Realsoft Technologies as a contractor
SNAP(Supplemental Nutrition and Assistance Program) and TANF(Temporary Assistance for Needy Famlies) are programs developed for Dept of Human Services(Washington DC). The program is developed for homeless and refugees who can apply for cash and food assistance. The program has business rules and scenarios depending on his residency status in District of Cloumbia, the family size and the duration of his stay in the District.
• Creation the test cases as per the business requirements.
• Validation of the backend data against the Oracle database.
• Open defect as and when the test case doesn’t meet the requirements.
• Strong hands on experience writing SQL queries for querying the database.
• Analyzing the business Requriements.
• Creation of RTM (Requirements Traceability Matrix) to make sure that each requirement drafted has an appropriated test case associated to that particular requirement.
• Hands on experience in creating and manipulating the data in XML.
• Report, keeping a track of the Incidents in the Clear Quest.
• Testing the business Rules application for the SNAP and TANF business functionality
• Testing the defects once the bugs are fixes.
When you are asked to name your weaknesses, focus on a positive trait that could have negative connotations, but can be supplied with a positive spin. For example “I have a need to see tasks to completion and would rather stay and complete a project than go home and complete it in the morning
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Realsoft Technologies (Herndon, VA) in January 2014.
Took Skype Interview, Phone Interview Technical and non-Technical.
Q: What Got you into Web Development?
A: Open Ended Question, looking to see what they are learning/ staying up-to-date with.
Q: What is the coolest thing you’ve ever coded? What’s something awesome you’ve done.
A: looking for an example of a complex/cool project, personality and what motivates them about development.
Q: Name 3 of the minimum HTML elements needed for an HTML document.
A: !DOCTYPE html | html | body | head | (title kind-of)
Q: What is Semantic HTML?
A: HTML using markup that also conveys the containing content. HTML5 has more semantic tags than prior versions (nav | aside | article | header | footer), but using descriptive classes and id’s could also be an example of semantic markup
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