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What is difference between SITP and UTP in testing
What is difference between SITP and UTP in testing ? UTP (Unit Test Plan) are done at smallest unit level or stand alone mode. Example you have Customer and invoicing module. So you will do test on Customer and Invoice module independently. But later when we want test both customer and invoice in on...
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How do you handle change request
How do you handle change request? Normally change request are handled by preparing an Impact analysis document and then doing re-estimation. Example you have an on going project, which has a customer table. Now customer want to also have addresses assigned to it. So you normally raise a change reque...
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What’s the difference between Unit testing, Assembly testing and Regression testing
What’s the difference between Unit testing, Assembly testing and Regression testing? Unit testing is also called as Component testing. Unit testing ensures that reliable program unit meets their requirements. Unit testing is normally conducted by programmer under the supervision of the project lead ...
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What is SMC approach of estimation
What is SMC approach of estimation?
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What are unadjusted function points and how is it calculated?
What are unadjusted function points and how is it calculated? Unadjusted function points = ILF + EIF + EI + EQ + EO. Below is the table referred for getting ILF, EIF, EI, EQ and EO.
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Can you explain steps in function points
Can you explain steps in function points? Below are the steps in function points: >First Count ILF, EIF, EI, EQ, RET, DET, FTR and use the rating tables. After you have counted all the elements you will get the unadjusted function points. Put rating values 0 to 5 to all 14 GSC. Adding total of all 1...
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What is triple constraint triangle in project management
What is triple constraint triangle in project management ? Project Management triangle is depicted as Cost, Schedule and scope.These three aspects form the sides of triangle and the customer is the center point.As customer is always concerned about Cost,Scope and Schedule, so in order to get custome...
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What are the metrics followed in project management
What metrics will you look at in order to see the project is moving successfully? Most metric sets deal with a variation of these attributes and are chosen to help project managers gain insight into their product (size, software quality, rework), process (rework, software quality) and project (effor...
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What is effort variance
What is effort variance? Effort Variance = (Actual effort – Estimated Effort) / Estimated Effort.
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How many phases are there in software project
Can you explain project life cycle ? Figure :- 12.2 Life cycle of a project There are five stages of any project initiating, planning, executing, controlling, and closeout. These are general phases and change according to domain. During Software project management interview expected answer is requir...
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What are the different elements in Functions points
What are the different elements in Functions points? The different elements in function points are as follows: Internal Logical Files (ILF) External Interface File (EIF) Record Element Type (RET) DET (Data element types) File Type Reference (FTR) External Input (EI) External Inquiry (EQ) External Ou...
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What is Ishikawa diagram
What is a fish bone diagram ? Dr. Kaoru Ishikawa, invented the fishbone diagram. Therefore, it can be also referred as Ishikawa diagram. Fishbone diagram is an analysis diagram which provides a systematic way of looking at effects and the causes that create or contribute to those effects. Because of...
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Are risk constant through out the project
Are risk constant through out the project ? * Never say that risk is high through out the project. Risk is high at the start of projects, but by proper POC (Proof of concept) risk is brought in control.Good project managers always have proper risk mitigation plan at the start of project. As the proj...
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What is COCOMO I, COCOMOII and COCOMOIII
What is COCOMO I, COCOMOII and COCOMOIII? In CD we have a complete free PDF tutorial of how to prepare software quotation. It has all the estimation technology that today’s software industry uses.
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What is DAR (Decision Analysis and Resolution)
What is DAR (Decision Analysis and Resolution) ? Decision Analysis and Resolution is to analyze possible decisions using a formal evaluation process that identifies alternatives against established criteria. Example in a project you are said to use third party tools so you will not depend on only on...
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How do you estimate maintenance project and change requests
How do you estimate maintenance project and change requests?
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What is your company’s productivity factor
What is the FP per day in your current company?
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What is continuous and staged representation
What is continuous and staged representation? CMMI contains 25 key process areas which organization can follow to adapt CMMI. Causal Analysis and Resolution (CAR) Configuration Management (CM) Decision Analysis and Resolution (DAR) Integrated Project Management (IPM) Integrated Supplier Management (...
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How is normally a project management plan document organized
How is normally a project management plan document organized ? PMP document forms the bible of a project. It has normally these sections : Project summary Project organization hierarchy WBS / Activity list to be performed with schedule. Work product identification (In short who will do what) Project...
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What is CAR (Causal Analysis and Resolution)
What is CAR (Causal Analysis and Resolution)? The basic purpose of CAR is to analyze all defects, problems and good practices/positive triggers in projects, perform a root cause analysis of the same, identify respective corrective and preventive actions and track these to closure. The advantage of C...
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What is V model in testing
What is V model in testing? V model map’s the type of test to the stage of development in a project. Unit Testing Starting from the bottom the first test level is "Unit Testing". It involves checking that each feature specified in the "Component Design" has been implemented in the component. In theo...
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What are the five levels in CMMI
What are the five levels in CMMI? There are five levels of the CMM. According to the SEI, Level 1 – Initial At maturity level 1, processes are usually ad hoc and the organization usually does not provide a stable environment. Success in these organizations depends on the competence and heroics of pe...
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Can you explain in GSC and VAF in function points
Can you explain in GSC and VAF in function points? In GSC (General System Characteristic) there are 14 factors which are rated on 1 to 5 depending on the complexity of the factor. Below are the 14 factors: Data communications: - How many communication facilities are there to aid in the transfer or e...
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Can you explain different software development life cycles - part II
Can you explain different software development life cycles -part II? Water Fall Model This is the oldest model. It has sequence of stages; output of one stage becomes input of other. Following are stages in Waterfall model: System Requirement: - This is initial stage of the project where end user re...
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