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I have an interview coming up and there will be integration testing involved with set top boxes. I have very little integration testing and wondered what type of integration testing would be performed on set top boxes?
Re: Integration Testing
When I ask questions like this in interviews, I look for two things.
1 - actual experience of testing in the domain I am talking about, if that person has it.
2 - if they don't have it (which I would have been able to tell from your CV, but wanted to interview you anyway), I would want to see how you would approach the integration testing and what questions you would ask.
So if the question is 'we have an application that plays video on set top boxes, how would you approach the integration testing' - what sort of information would you ask for?
Integration testing mainly try to reveal interface, communication and comparability issues.
There are two integartion testing
1. System Integration testing in small (before system test)
2. System integration testing in large ( after system test)
There are three methodology to do so
1. Big-bang ( all in one)
2. Top to down ( stub use for uncompleted down component)
3. Bottom to top ( driver use for uncompleted top part)