Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 4 weeks – interviewed at AMD (Austin, TX) in November 2013.
Got a call through employee referral.
- Interview was really based just on resume Answer Question
Other Interview Reviews for AMD
Co-Op InterviewDeclined OfferDeclined Offer
The interview was off-site and on-campus. There were two rounds with two hiring managers from two different locations, one west coast and one east coast. The interviews were pretty relaxed, and were predominantly technical after basic introductions. One was exclusively analog with a fairly basic written circuit problem, asking about I/O behavior. The other was more on the digital side but ended with a rod-related question.
- The rod-related question asked about how different electrical properties of the rod would change with length or volume. Answer Question
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I applied through other source. The process took a week – interviewed at AMD.
First was a screening call where a person from the tech team talked to me about my background and later set up a 2 hour interview with people from 3 different teams, each round was 45 mins and continuous. Questions were asked on VLSI testing and DFT concepts , VLSI ciruits basic, setup and hold time, basic verilog and a detailed discussion on testing fundamentals.
- Interviewer asked as to why no company in the industry tests whether a particular applications runs correctly on the microprocessor is not done? 1 Answer
Co-Op InterviewNo OfferNo Offer
interviewed at AMD in March 2013.
Detaile questions about Computer Archtecture
1. Cache related questions and how to implement LRU
2. instruction level optimization
3. branch prediction
4. loop unrolling
- Questions are detailed, not only conceptual Answer Question
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I applied through college or university. The process took 2 days – interviewed at AMD (Austin, TX) in August 2009.
The interview process is allows the coops to talk to many different groups, both in an informal setting as well as follow-up technical interview with selected groups the next day.
Very good process and highly recommend. The informal setting allows co-ops and AMD engineers to mix and discuss what they do as well as try to land an interview for the next day.
The interviews the next day are approximate one 1-hour interview per group that is actually hiring.
- Mostly technical questions related to computer architecture, vlsi, and digital design. nothing very unexpected but need to know the basics very well. Answer Question
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