Uft/Qtp Interview Unplugged : And I Thought I Knew Uft!
Preparing for UFT/QTP Interviews? Certifications? UFT/QTP Interview Unplugged is a must have book for every UFT/QTP user. The book uses a very unique style of teaching the various concepts of the tool and its primary scripting language VBScript. It complements the QuickTest Professional Unplugged 2nd Ed, which was focused on pragmatic use of QTP's features. This edition focuses on giving you a crystal clear view of the various aspects of UFT. For e.g.: - How declaring or not declaring variable can change output of a script? - How object identification properties are chosen by UFT? - What constitutes a Test Automation Framework? - How is Shared Object Repository different from Local Object Repository? - How is ExecuteGlobal different from LoadFunctionLibrary? - And many more... Brush-up your concepts before any interview or certification. You can use this 2nd Edition as a reference book. The book has close to 500 interactive Q&A ranging from basic, intermediate, and advanced level.
- Paperback | 330 pages
- 184 x 240 x 18mm | 340.19g
- 06 Jun 2013
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Tarun Lalwani
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.