i play QQ cautiously from any position, especially after the flop and an over card hits. if you're playing at a tight table and you're on the button, a lot would depend on my image. have i been raising from the button every time? if so, i would raise here and hope the blinds have been paying attention and that one of them tries to make a stand. if an ace or king flops -- or say something like 5-6-7 or 3 suited cards -- and the blind makes a decent sized bet, i'd probably give it up and even show my hand -- let him know that i'm raising with a strong hand from the button. might make him think twice about playing back at me the next time, and also might make him think he can make you lay down a monster by over betting.
it's hard for me to just limp with QQ, because it seems like an over card always hits. if a player raises in front of me, i just call here (assuming we have a tight table) because i don't know how many times i've seen a race between QQ and KK.
be careful of the guy who bets into you on the flop with no over cards. let's say he leads out, you raise, and then he moves all in. at this point you're almost always going to find yourself up against a set or someone who was slow playing AA. if i'm up against a short stack -- say someone who buys in for the minimum -- then i'll call it, as he's likely pushing with any paired whole card.