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Top 11 Interview Blunders That Can Cost You the Job: Expert Tips to Avoid Them

Job interviews are nerve-wracking, even for the most confident job seekers. After all, you want to impress the interviewer and secure the position. Unfortunately, many people make interview blunders that prevent them from getting hired. In this blog, we'll take a look at eleven interview blunders that are common among job seekers and explain why they can be so detrimental to your chances of landing a job. 1. Arriving late The first impression is the most important one, and arriving late to an interview is a surefire way to make a bad one. It suggests that you are unreliable, disorganized, or simply don't care enough about the job to make an effort to arrive on time. In some cases, arriving late might even result in your interview being canceled altogether. 2. Dressing inappropriately What you wear to an interview can have a significant impact on how you are perceived by the interviewer. Dressing too casually or too formally can give off the wrong impression. Always make sure

Selenium 4 Is Released: What Every QA Must Know

Back in August of 2018 the whole testing automation community had been struck by the big news: Simon Stewart, the founding member of Selenium, had officially confirmed the release date and some of the major updates for Selenium 4 at the Selenium Conference in Bangalore. The 4.0 version of the worlds beloved framework for web testing automation was meant to be released by Christmas 2018. Selenium 4 release date Now, those who were familiar with the story behind the Selenium 3.0 release, which was also supposed to happen by Christmas, probably already knew back then, the new version would most likely indeed be finished by Christmas, but probably not in 2018. Just like it’s happened with the previous version which was released three years later than promised at the time of the original announcement. And they would have been right! As of today (and we are updating the information about Selenium 4.0 release in February 2019) the release of the new version still

Which has better career opportunities, Selenium WebDriver or QTP?

Selenium or QTP? I come across this question every single time I face automation newbie. Before jumping into any solution, I would ask you to go through the following features of both automation tools : QTP: It is licensed tool. You have to pay to use it. It supports both Web and Desktop automation. It doesn't require much coding skills. It supports VB script only as automation language. It only supports Windows platform. It supports limited browsers and their versions. You can’t integrate other automation tools with it like Sikuli, AutoIT etc. Selenium (WebDriver): Selenium is free of cost. Selenium only supports Web automation. Selenium requires coding skills. Selenium supports many languages like Java, Python, PHP, C#, Ruby, Perl etc. Selenium supports all platforms, Windows, Linux, Mac. Selenium supports almost every browser like Chrome, FF, Safari, Opera, IE and their versions. It gives the flexibility to integrate Java or Python modules, other automatio

Some Funny Conversations of QA and Developer over Bugs

We all know the importance of humor in our life. And sometimes it comes our way when it's most unexpected and sometimes during stressful work hours and you just can't restrict yourself from sharing these funny moments with others.                                                   I am going to share some of the funniest experiences of the QA Engineers with developers. We IT professionals aware of the epic cold war between Developers and QA's. Developers never accept bug in their code and very often they give some illogical and funny excuses to back their buggy code. When some of the QA Engineers have been asked to share there funniest experiences /conversations with developers, see their responses: Suresh: In my recent project, every time I found a bug, Developer used to say, No user will use that feature so we don't care about that bug :) Next one is lol :D :D :D Ralph: After I reported a “very bad” bug, the developer came to find me and gav