QA position is not like development or analysis position so finding a good QA engineer is not as easy as development engineer. You may ask some technical questions to your QA candidate but half of the QA responsible is related to social ability, and the rest part is related to knowledge about testing domain and practices. I want to share a good review question and a related answers below.
Before you start- some directions:
KeePass Password Safe is a free, open source, light-weight and easy-to-use password manager for Windows. You can store your passwords in a highly-encrypted database, which is locked with one master password or key file.
Use your skills as a tester to produce a report (in the format of your choice) using the word processor of your choice.
The format should be able to be printed upon completion. The report should contain the following at a minimum
The KeePass software is about to introduce new functionality:
When setting a new master key the user will have the option of entering text into a text box to act as a password reminder.
When logging into a password database the user will be able to click a button to display the password tip.
Using your word processor of your choice, create a document to list:
A Related Answer
Approach: Rapid Testing use Exploratory Testing as method
Report your bug at end of the session
Why the ET
Application of the Approach
You can also check the mind map file below.