Here QA Tester can find Selenium interview questions with examples. I started to put together and continuously update interview question for Selenium WebDriver test automation tool. This Interview questions were asked during real QA interviews for Selenium QA Automation Engineer position in the leading companies. I believe that any QA Engineer, no matter seasoned one or novice one, would greatly benefits from this collection Selenium interview questions and tips. If you are plan to attend an interview you need to know the answers on these questions by heart. I provided answers on several technical interview questions, but you have to think how you would personally answer these questions. Finally, I would ask anyone of you to provide answers on unanswered Selenium interview question, so we all would benefit from this knowledge sharing and it would help us to land on Selenium QA Automation Engineer job and work successfully. If you were asked the interview question that is not in the list, post it with your answer.

Selenium WebDriver interview questions in practice

Ff you are a QA Tester and preparing for Selenium WebDriver interview questions then you should not only carefully go through all interview questions, but try to apply Selenium WebDriver in practice. The browser automation testing tool could help you to become a millionaire, like it happened with this software developer:

Valeriy Shershnyov is a former engineer turned "entrepreneur".

He spent a little over 10 years working as a software development engineer for various companies, including Microsoft. He went on to co-found a startup, Alteroxity, which claims to help authors publish ebooks that are already "done for you" -- that includes the writing, the creation, the publishing, and even "dozens of honest positive reviews".

The company appears genuine, according to public records, but its main source of sales is Shershnyov's catfishing scheme. To date, it's generated over $3 million in revenue.

For two years, Shershnyov has run a powerful and complex database, which was hosted on an Azure instance by Microsoft.

The server hosted a table containing 83,899 fake Amazon accounts (an easy feat given that, when we checked, Amazon doesn't verify email accounts). At any given time of the day, dozens of those accounts could be pushed through one of over 200 proxy servers -- provided by a third-party internet company -- which makes it harder for Amazon to detect the logins. The server installed the Selenium WebDriver, a browser automation tool, which simulates a real person typing in the accounts' usernames and passwords, one after the other.

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