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Training Program Interview (Neutral Experience; Difficult Interview)
I applied online and interviewed at Eze Software.
Interview Details – Phone interview 1 week after applying. 2 weeks after made appt for 1st interview. Interview consisted of conversations with HR rep, and individuals from QA and CC- took about 2 hrs.
Interview Question – Brain teaser about using string and matches for time Answer Question
Business Analyst Interview (Neutral Experience)
I applied in-person and the process took a day - interviewed at Eze Software.
Interview Details – I worked with a headhunter to get the interview and become prepared. I met with the leads of a few different consulting teams. The interview was very standard--reviewed resume, asked about intention to switch jobs, and such. I was also asked a few specific questions about their business to test if I had done my research homework. It is a pretty high stress job at times, and I came off a little too relaxed for their culture. I was not offered the job, so presumably a more agressive personality would fit better.
Interview Question – How can you cut a cake with three cuts to get the most pieces? Answer Question
Leadership Development Program Interview (Neutral Experience; Average Interview)
I applied through college or university and interviewed at Eze Software.
Interview Details – I applied through my college career website. I was contacted by Eze's HR and there was an initial phone screen. After this I moved on to a second round interview which was conducted via Skype because I was an out of state candidate. I interviewed with two Eze employees, one from the quality assurance side and one from the connectivity consultant side. After a few days I was contacted that I wasn't invited to Boston for a final round.
Interview Question – Tell me one thing about yourself that I don't know from your resume. Answer Question
Software Engineering Intern At Eze Castle Software Interview (Neutral Experience; Easy Interview)
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Eze Software.
Interview Details – First round was on OOPS concepts. Difference between C and Java. About resume and tell logic for printing 'a' if given number is divisible by 5 and 'b' if it is divisible by 15. Second interview was scheduled for 1 hr but interview went on for only 10 minutes asking about projects which I did.
Interview Question – There was no unexpected questions. Prepare on OOPs concepts and basic data structures. Answer Question
Intern Interview (Neutral Experience)
Interviewed at Eze Software
Interview Details – I just gave a phone interview. They first ran down my resume and asked me to explain my project. Then I was given a random question on changing some parameters in the project. After this, he asked me about object oriented programming concepts like inheritance and polymorphism.
Interview Question – In my project, what if the drug contents were inter changed without changing the bottles? Answer Question
QA Analyst/Leadership Development Program Interview (Positive Experience; Average Interview)
I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Eze Software in January 2013.
Interview Details – Initial phone interview with recruiter:basic questions- background, interest in the company and position, overall pretty light.
Second interview on-site: one person from QA, two from Connectivity. Asked about background, interest in the industry, what does Eze do, logic questions from each interviewer.
Third interview on-site: two people form QA. Background, interest in position, more logic questions. Met with Director of QA- asked about my interest in the industry, specific examples about my strengths, why should they hire me
Interview Question – Light bulb switch question, socks in drawers, castle separated by moat, spider on wall.... all logic questions. Answer Question
Junior Software Developer (C# .NET) Interview (Positive Experience; Easy Interview)
I applied through college or university and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Eze Software in January 2013.
Interview Details – Applied through my University. Two telephonic screenings. First one was very easy. All questions are already on Glassdoor like why there is no multiple inheritance in C#. inheritance, polymorphism, encapsulation etc. example of polymorphism. Second round - some more OOPS concepts ...now in depth .... no more definitions.. asked me to write prototype for a class stack.... like function (typename T) void push(T t); etc
Another question related to polymorphism - We have an interface Ianimal with a function eat() and three classes derive from it - Class Tiger, Class jellyfish and class Zebra. All these classes implement eat(). Now we have another class zooKeeper which implements a function feed(). Now using feed() call eat() function. Finally it was the Onsite interview. First round is a one hour test with one question - you have 3 presorted very large arrays. Find the first common element amongst them. No duplicates in each of the array. I gave an answer using hash table and it had a time complexity of O(3n) and space complexity of O(n) but the interviewer wanted a solution in O(n) time and O(1) space. Together we worked the solution and he contributed most to the solution. I would tell you the answer but then this question will no longer remain in the test. The only reason why this question is still on the exam since 2009 is that nobody wrote the answer to it on the web. Rest of the rounds were easy mostly pertaining to my resume and other behavioral questions. And yes you will have to pay for onsite interview expenses yourself. In the last round I was interviewed by a guy with strong accent and he asked me a to right code for binary search. I know it is fairly simple but I messed up as I made a mistake in calculating the mid and that was it when I lost my confidence and started messing up.
Overall the interview was very I easy if I hadn't messed up and lost my confidence and started making mistakes. All interviews will be on board.
Interview Question – you have 3 presorted very large arrays. Find the first common element amongst them. No duplicates in each of the array. Answer Question
Software Engineer Interview (Positive Experience; Average Interview)
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Eze Software.
Interview Details – I submitted the application online, and they arranged me an phone interview. But they relocate my applying position from Boston to ATL.
Interview Question – basic questions from resume...
OOP basic ideas: pop & push etc... Answer Question
Junior Software Engineer Interview (Positive Experience; Average Interview)
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Eze Software in December 2012.
Interview Details – Phone interview with manager. Basic questions about OOP.
Interview Question – Multiple inheritance in .NET Answer Question
Connectivity Consultant Interview (Neutral Experience)
Interviewed at Eze Software
Interview Details – First scheduled interview was cancelled, and second interview started late. Pretty easy questions going over resume and past experiences. Nothing too difficult. Didn't seem too interested and didn't ask that many questions - only lasted 20 minutes or so.
Interview Question – Why Eze? Answer Question
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Pros: “Eze used to pride itself on tremendous culture, workplace transparency, competitive compensation, and great training. It also revolutionized the industry by producing great products…” “Eze used to pride itself on tremendous culture, workplace transparency, competitive compensation, and great training. It also revolutionized the industry by producing great products. Employees were promoted based on merit and the company was dynamic. Then, the ConvergEx merger happened. ConvergEx killed the culture in NYC and drained resources from the rest of the company. ConvergEx is now out of the picture (and will likely be out of business pretty soon), but Eze just kept getting worse. The QA program became miserable for incoming employees - a 12-18 month training program became a 2-3 year sweatshop and the stories of managers abusing their analysts were appalling. Consulting became nothing more than glorified tech-support as Eze began producing low-quality products or outright lying to clients saying they could sell products they didn't actually have and passing the buck onto Consultants to have to perpetuate this lie "in the name of protecting the company." I was actually told by my MANAGER to lie to clients and perpetuate the myths that sales sold on them - this was doing "good business." The moment that happened, I lost all respect for this company, and fortunately got out. I am not alone - the turnover here is absolutely outrageous, and management seems oblivious to the fact that the average employee usually lasts about 2 years here and refuse to do anything about it. Why? Because management, at least in consulting, is completely inept, likely because they have no experience working anywhere but Eze and thus have never received proper training on proper management. Guess I didn't really list too many pros, because there really aren't many. I guess there are free snacks? Also, while the culture is eroding in the Boston HQ, it is still pretty good in some departments.... Also the company holiday party is truly great, and the community service opportunities are inspiring.” – Full Review