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Anime Stats
Days: 95.3
Mean Score: 7.77
  • Total Entries367
  • Rewatched0
  • Episodes5,599
Anime History Last Anime Updates
Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans
Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans
Oct 26, 1:15 AM
Watching 4/25 · Scored -
Oct 18, 4:17 PM
Plan to Watch · Scored -
Owari no Seraph: Nagoya Kessen-hen
Owari no Seraph: Nagoya Kessen-hen
Oct 17, 8:45 PM
Watching 2/12 · Scored -
Manga Stats
Days: 111.5
Mean Score: 8.25
  • Total Entries359
  • Reread0
  • Chapters20,062
  • Volumes996
Manga History Last Manga Updates
Soshite, Hare ni Naru
Soshite, Hare ni Naru
51 minutes ago
Completed 6/- · Scored 9
Kimi wa Pet
Kimi wa Pet
2 hours ago
Reading -/82 · Scored -
Rec: Kimi ga Naita Hi
Rec: Kimi ga Naita Hi
Yesterday, 1:25 AM
Completed 6/6 · Scored 8


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GlassReflection Yesterday, 1:52 PM
Hello and how is you're Thanksgiving Weekend going?
guyklc Nov 25, 4:48 PM
Sure, happy Thanksgiving to you, too!
guyklc Nov 25, 11:02 AM
I'm kind of surprised, too. The guy reminded me that it's an entry level job, so the fact that I couldn't explain all the programming and framework behind it won't be used against me. However, the tone of his voice certainly suggested otherwise. Um, not sure if I feel comfortable writing their names on the public, haha.
guyklc Nov 24, 6:34 PM
I kind of feel like what you've just said was what I said. Well, in terms of completely hiding, that's more of the private modifier, right?

There were also questions on automation and stuff that I really bombed. They wanted me to explain how the whole automation, along with the framework, worked. I have a general idea of how the framework works, but to explain every little detail was tough for me, especially since I've never managed the automation framework. My only experience was executing test scripts that I've written. Only senior QA's have access to managing the framework.

Kind of frustrated, not so much because I felt I did bad, but more like the whole process was 3 hours or so. Bleh, oh well.
guyklc Nov 24, 3:34 PM
So I was asked in an interview what encapsulation is. I started off by listing the modifiers public and private, but was abruptly cut off and said that I was wrong. I thought encapsulation was when you restrict certain variables of users within a class using modifiers like public, private, and protected? That's why you need methods like setters and getters. I took a look at Google but I still don't see what was wrong with my answer. What do you think?
guyklc Nov 19, 7:18 PM
Ha! I was actually looking at the Metrolink and subway map just now. Thanks for the feedback :)
guyklc Nov 19, 5:22 PM
Oh yeah, I forgot to ask. How bad's the traffic going there? Like, how long does it take in the morning for you to get there?
guyklc Nov 19, 9:55 AM
On Monday afternoon.
guyklc Nov 17, 9:36 PM
I find it interesting that Ticketmaster split the Android and iOS teams. I thought that normally, QAs will test both platforms. However, I kind of see their point. In my previous job, I had to test different web applications. There was just so much to learn and know that it was very exhausting. Unfortunately, since the job is iOS platform, I'm at a disadvantage, since I am an android user.

Oh, so you mean stuff like selenium.Click() is a form of keyword programming? I guess you could say that most of the code I did was keyword then... but occasionally, I had to write if statements. Um, I also know my for loops? Haha.
guyklc Nov 17, 8:33 PM
Keyword? You mean just plugging in random data? (I didn't know there was a word for this. Thanks!)

For automation in Selenium C# code, what I did was I would save a copy of an existing file as a template. Then, I would open that template and edit the changes. It depends on what webpage it is, but sometimes, it does kind of feel like keyword testing, but other times, the webpage can be so different that I essentially would have to redo the whole script.

Say, for example (I worked in an insurance company), the log-in page for auto and home insurance are nearly identical. The XPATHs being referenced are obviously different, so I would just change that. But on the specific, individual pages, things are very different. Home insurance wouldn't have any page dedicated to comp and coll coverages, while auto insurance doesn't car about how many floors the building has or what material it's made of. On webpages like those, I'd essentially have to redo most of the code.

But if you mean to set up the automation script from scratch with no reference to anything that was previously done, then no, I do not have that kind of experience.

And thank you, I'll do my best. The man who interviewed me said it's for the iOS team.
guyklc Nov 17, 8:19 PM
Um... technically speaking, I have done mobile qa before, but it was only for a week. It was for a small company, but they ran out of funding after a week (yes, that was fast, I know).

As for automation, not for mobile apps, but I have for web apps.
guyklc Nov 17, 8:06 PM
Mobile QA engineer in Hollywood office.

That's great to know!
guyklc Nov 17, 4:53 PM
I got an interview from Ticketmaster. I think you used to work for them? If so, how's the place?
nx6 Nov 3, 12:03 AM
It's very slice of life, so the pace is slow. The characters all have their issues to work through, so it's going to be kinda melancholy in the beginning.
guyklc Nov 2, 7:27 AM
I missed your birthday, sorry; I was in Taiwan at that time. Happy belated birthday!

I still remember going to Gen last year, lol.