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Member of Technical Staff I Interview (Negative Experience; Easy Interview)
I applied online and interviewed at NetApp.
Interview Details – The HR emailed me and scheduled an initial ten minute screening interview. I waited for an hour but she didn't call. So I sent her an email hoping to receive a response. She emailed me 3 days later and rescheduled.
The initial screening was a rapid fire question round with basic questions from all topics ( Networks, OS, Algos)- IPv4 address size, NP vs P which is harder etc.
The second round was supposed to be an hour long. They forgot to call again. After I emailed them, I received a call an hour late. By this time i was completely frustrated and even though the questions were very easy, I screwed it up.
Started with HR questions- Strength, Weaknesses, Idol, Why technology, When can you join, Are you currently holding on to any other offers/interviewing elsewhere etc.
Basic Technical Questions - Difference between TCP/UDP, C vs Java, What are the routing protocols etc.
It was a good opportunity but was a disappointing experience for me. Partly because of how i didn't answer well and partly because of how they kept forgetting to call.
Interview Question – As I said, nothing particularly hard. Definitely possible to clear initial rounds with fundamental knowledge from your Comp Sci degree program. Answer Question
Member of Technical Staff I Interview (Positive Experience; Difficult Interview)
I applied through college or university and the process took 2 days - interviewed at NetApp in July 2009.
Interview Details – There were 3 rounds of technical interview along with 1 Hr AND 1 WRITTEN EXAMINATION.
Interview Question – Question about deadlocks in operating system. View Answer
Member of Technical Staff I Interview (Neutral Experience; Average Interview)
The process took a day - interviewed at NetApp in January 2008.
Interview Details – It was mostly technical with a panel of interviewers asking technical questions and code solving on a white board. About 4 hours long, so yeah, pretty drilling.
Interview Question – What is the most efficient implementation of a linked list? Answer Question
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