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UFT/QTP Interview Unplugged: And I thought I knew UFT! Paperback – June 6, 2013
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Tarun is the founder of Tarun Automation Research & Labs (TARLABS); a company focused on Test Automation Products and Services. He is the author of the three most widely-read books on QTP, ‘QuickTest Professional Unplugged’, ‘And I Thought I knew QTP!’ and ‘QTP Descriptive Programming Unplugged’. He has expertise in Test Automation using various technologies such as VBScript, VB6, VB.Net, C#.NET, Excel, and Outlook Macros. He is also the owner and lead author for KnowledgeInbox; a blog and publication house focused on Test Automation. Tarun was awarded with the ‘Best Feedback Award’ by HP for QTP 11 Beta testing and his book ‘QuickTest Professional Unplugged’ was named as the Best Automation Book in the 2nd ATI Automation Honors awards. A regular contributor on AdvancedQTP and SQA forums, Tarun’s work has been showcased on several websites, including www.relevantcodes.com and www.advancedqtp.com. In Dec 2011, HP invited Tarun to its R&D center in Israel for a 4 day conference. The conference was aimed at taking his feedback on various aspects of QTP & BPT. This was the first time ever HP had invited any user from outside of Israel for feedback. The invitation highlights HP’s interest in getting the user community involved in enhancing their tools. Tarun can be contacted at www.linkedin.com/in/tarunlalwani or www.knowledgeinbox.com/contact-us.
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it give me very good questions for my QTPinterview
The book follows the main character, Nurat, through all the stages of a landing a new job -- from applying, initial telephone interview, technical telephone call, personal interview, face-to-face interview, HR and post interviews -- during which many concepts of UFT/QTP are revealed in the characters' dialogue.
The book covers both basic and advanced topics, making it appropriate for new UFT engineers as well as gray beards like myself. If you plan on going on any QTP interviews or take an HP QTP certification exam this book just what you need.
I recommend you check it out for a fun, QTP/UFT tour-de-force learning experience. I can almost guarantee that by the end of the book you too will be saying, "And I thought I knew QTP/UFT!"
As with everything, you use it or loose it. Hewlett Packard saw fit to put a hard limit of 30 days on this very limited trial version of UFT. My 30 day trial ended 2 weeks ago. Knowledge slips a little each day, so I read help files and watch YouTube vids. First interview is this week. I hope my mouse knows where to go. UFT is a fantastic product. It's 8k per seat. Not sold to the public. This book will try to help you get a job using UFT. Hewlett Packard does not want to help you get a job using UFT.