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How would you evaluate your present firm?
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How would you evaluate your present firm?

Be positive. Refer to the valuable experience you have gained. Don’t mention negatives.

Do you prefer working with figures, or with words?

Be aware of what the job requires and position your answer in that context. In many cases it would be both.

How would your co-workers describe you?

Refer to your strengths and skills.


What do you think of your boss?

If you like him or her, say so and tell why. If you don’t like him or her, find something positive to say.

Why do you want to work in a company of this size? Or this type?

Explain how this size or type of company works well for you, using examples from the past if possible.


If you had your choice of jobs and companies, where would you go?

Refer to job preferences. Say that this job and this company are very close to what best suits you.


What was the last book you read? Movie you saw? Sporting event you attended?

Think this through. Your answer should be compatible with accepted norms.

What are you doing, or what have you done to reach your career objectives?

Talk about formal courses and training programs.

What was wrong with your last company?

Again, choose your words carefully. Don’t be negative. Say that no company is perfect, it had both strengths and weaknesses

Posted on: 2007/11/3 17:56
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Job Responsibilities

The successful applicant will be required to

Attend and actively participate in regular team meetings

Produce test plans and create testcases for the verification of new product functionality

Track and report status against currently assigned tasks

Perform internal system regression testing of software prior to product releases

Liaise with developers when raising and tracking bugs and enhancements

Working closely with the Development Team in reviewing Product requirements and design

Qualifications
• The successful candidate has to be highly motivated, quality conscientious with strong attention to detail, and exhibit a history of achievement within their studies or career to date.
• Hold a degree in a technical or scientific discipline or equivalent experience in software engineering.
• Will have knowledge and experience of high level programming languages (Java, C++), and be comfortable working on both Unix and Windows operating systems. Knowledge of Python is a plus.
• Be independent and able to self-teach new technologies.
• Be able to work on their own initiative and to tight deadlines.
• Have excellent interpersonal skills in order to interact with peers and customers when required.



About Progress Software Corporation


Progress Software Corporation is a $500 million+ global leader in application, service and data infrastructure software. Progress has pioneered many recent innovations including the invention of the enterprise service bus with its Sonic ESB(R) product, and the commercial application of event-stream processing with its Apama(R) ESP platform. Progress' broad software portfolio also includes the Progress(R) OpenEdge(R) business application platform, Actional(R) SOA and Web service management, EasyAsk(R) natural language search and query and an unparalleled range of data connectivity and mainframe integration with its DataDirect Technologies(TM) portfolio. For more information about Progress Software, visit www.progress.com.

Progress Software Corporation is an equal opportunity employer. Diverse candidates are encouraged to apply

progressive.com

Posted on: 2007/11/2 16:00
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Black-Box Software QA Engineer - US-San Francisco
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Requisition #: R818264
Location: US-San Francisco, California
Job Title: Black-Box Software QA Engineer
Region: US & CANADA
Area of Interest: Engineering - Software
Level of Experience: Experienced - Non Manager
Job Description: Black-Box Software QA Engineer

The Cisco Media Solutions Group is looking for a knowledgeable QA Engineer who loves breaking applications. We have a high-traffic Web 2.0 application and need experienced QA engineers to join our team. We have a fun group of people who work hard and are dedicated to ensuring that our application is rock-solid at all times.
The candidate we’re looking for will have the following experience:
• Is comfortable writing high-level and detailed test plans from functional specifications and from working with Engineering.
• Can execute tests from plan, track results, file bugs, and verify fixes.
• Understands various types of tests: unit, functional, regression, integration, etc. and when each is appropriate.
• Has used bug tracking systems such as Jira, Bugzilla, Trac, etc.
• Is self-motivated, goal-oriented and organized.
• Has a solid high-level understanding of web-application components and how they work.
• Loves testing!
• Is a nice person with good communication skills--the kind of person other people want to work with on a daily basis.
• Has a BS Degree in CS, or equivalent work experience

Additional, yet not required experience with the following tools is a bonus, including:
• Segue SilkTest, Mercury QuickTest Pro, etc.

Click to apply.

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Re: Test of my signature
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Phani wrote:
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steve wrote:
It should work now. Forgot the check the "Always attach my signature" checkbox...

Testing QUOTE...

Double quotes?

One more time...

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Re: Test of my signature
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Phani wrote:
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steve wrote:
It should work now. Forgot the check the "Always attach my signature" checkbox...

Testing QUOTE...

Double quotes?

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Re: Test of my signature
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steve wrote:
It should work now. Forgot the check the "Always attach my signature" checkbox...


Testing QUOTE...

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Re: What's your favorite job search websites?
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Posted on: 2007/11/1 21:57
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We have installed to RSS Headline module provide you job headlines with RSS feeds. Enjoy it and give feedbacks...

Posted on: 2007/11/1 21:37
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What's your favorite job search websites?
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I am trying to compile a list of popular job search websites. Here is my initial list:

http://www.monster.com/
http://www.dice.com/
http://www.careerbuilder.com/
http://www.careerbuilder.ca/
http://hotjobs.yahoo.com/
http://www.indeed.com/

So tell me your favorite job search websites...

Posted on: 2007/11/1 14:58
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C++ code examples for job interviews
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C++ code examples for job interviews

Q: Write a short code using C++ to print out all odd number from 1 to 100 using a for loop(Asked by Intacct.com people)

for( unsigned int i = 1; i < = 100; i++ )
if( i & 0x00000001 )
cout << i<<",";

ISO layers and what layer is the IP operated from?( Asked by Cisco system people)

cation, Presentation, Session, Transport, Network, Data link and Physical. The IP is operated in the Network layer.

Q: Write a program that ask for user input from 5 to 9 then calculate the average( Asked by Cisco system people)

A.int main()
{
int MAX=4;
int total =0;
int average=0;
int numb;
cout<<"Please enter your input from 5 to 9";
cin>>numb;
if((numb <5)&&(numb>9))
cout<<"please re type your input";
else
for(i=0;i<=MAX; i++)
{
total = total + numb;
average= total /MAX;
}
cout<<"The average number is"<<average<<endl;

return 0;
}

Q: Can you be bale to identify between Straight- through and Cross- over cable wiring? and in what case do you use Straight- through and Cross-over? (Asked by Cisco system people)

A. Straight-through is type of wiring that is one to to one connection Cross- over is type of wiring which those wires are got switched

We use Straight-through cable when we connect between NIC Adapter and Hub. Using Cross-over cable when connect between two NIC Adapters or sometime between two hubs.

Q: If you hear the CPU fan is running and the monitor power is still on, but you did not see any thing show up in the monitor screen. What would you do to find out what is going wrong? (Asked by WNI people)

A. Use the ping command to check whether the machine is still alive(connect to the network) or it is dead.

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