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New Post 10/8/2009 2:31 PM
User is offline Gitu
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Recent Interview Questions any thoughts 

Recently I faced some interviews..some of the questions were:

1)Describe ur recent project what did you do?

2)How do you test database..what tools you use for testing? Any idea..

3) Questions about Enterprise Architecture like Zachman Frame work....

I like to know is it necessary to know testing and Enterprise Architecture to work as a  Senior  BA

 
New Post 10/13/2009 8:56 AM
User is offline Tom Miller, CSPO
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Re: Recent Interview Questions any thoughts 

 giti wrote

Recently I faced some interviews..some of the questions were:

1)Describe ur recent project what did you do?

2)How do you test database..what tools you use for testing? Any idea..

3) Questions about Enterprise Architecture like Zachman Frame work....

I like to know is it necessary to know testing and Enterprise Architecture to work as a  Senior  BA

You may be being hit with a new common type of interviewing called "behavioral interviewing."  If so, they want a SAR (Story, Action, Result).  Certainly question 1 above is that.

Have you ever tested a database?  How did you test it?  What interface(s)/tools/software did you use?

You can start an answer with "I have studied this topic but have not been involved in a project using it...." and go on to express your understanding of the Zachman Framework...

Tom

 
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