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New Post 6/11/2008 2:45 PM
User is offline srikanth
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Technical round. 

Hello every one!!!!!

I am at a stage of 2nd and final round of BA position. 2nd stage is a technical round interview , would any one please guide me how it would be and i will be more thankfull if you help me by sendng any links or FAQ's  for Technical round.

Thank you,

Regards,

Srikanth

 

 
New Post 6/11/2008 4:52 PM
User is offline Jarett Hailes
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Re: Technical round. 

Hi Srikanth,

Without knowing more about the technical environment you're going into, what level of understand they expect you to know, etc. it is hard to give guidance.  What I would suggest is to drill down on some of the high level aspects of their environment if you know about them.  For example, if they are a .NET environment versus a Java environment, you may want to ensure you understand what types of tools they are using for either and how they fit together.  If they use a specific development methodology (e.g. RUP, Agile, Waterfall, etc.) look at overviews of these methodologies so you understand the basic terms and concepts.  If they expect you to know UML, then look into that so you know the main concepts, diagrams, etc. 

Hope this helps a little.  Good luck!

 
New Post 6/11/2008 9:55 PM
User is offline Chris Adams
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Re: Technical round. 

 swarna wrote

Hello every one!!!!!

I am at a stage of 2nd and final round of BA position. 2nd stage is a technical round interview , would any one please guide me how it would be and i will be more thankfull if you help me by sendng any links or FAQ's  for Technical round.

Thank you,

Regards,

Srikanth

 

Swarna,

The term Technical Round interview sounds out of place for a BA position.  Not that technical skills can't sometimes be helpful, but I'm always surprised when companies have separate technical interviews for a BA position.  Anyway, I believe you posted a few questions regarding how to respond in an Agile related interview.  Perhaps you can share some of the answers you gave as it appears they got you to the next round :-)


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New Post 6/14/2008 7:19 AM
User is offline srikanth
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Re: Technical round. 

Hello every one !!!!

Yes its true that iam in job hunt but i wasn't successfull this time.

The questions they asked which i couldn't answer was  knowledge on ITIL and ideally on ClearQuest and Test Director.

As harldy i could find the meaning about them later but i want to know the usage of all these above in real time.

Can any one give their ideas please.

Thank you,

Srikanth

 
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