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    QTP framework

    How can i give the answer when the interviewer ask explain QTP framework?

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    Re: QTP framework

    By studying what is a framework. There are many post discussing the same and you need to read those.

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    Re: QTP framework

    If you have to ask that question here I would suggest you arent ready for an automation role. Setting up a framework is a complex piece of work. And in most cases a good framework comes from years of experiance
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    Re: QTP framework

    Ian is most correct!

    It would be best to just indicate that you are aware of the value of a framework, but are yet unsure of how to implement one (if you are not aware of the value, then do some boning up). Because, if you gave me some type of slick or canned answer in an interview, and then had no clue when I drilled down, you would be out the door in a heartbeat.

    Spend your pre-interview time on sharpening up your answers and condensing small stories about solutions you crafted using the skills you currently possess. This approach will be more likely to get you into a position where a team has time go let you learn skills you don't currently have.

    The worst job--and the shortest--I ever had was the one I bluffed my way into, both for me and the idiot who hired me (actually there were two idiots involved...).

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