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2 interviews back to back of 45 minutes. It was a purely technical interview. Questions about algorithms and coding were asked and some code practice. I was asked about solving a maze, the Fibonacci sequence, and Linked List for coding. I also was asked how to test my functions. I was also asked about memory efficiency and the Big O of my functions. I was asked some definitions of programming. In my second interview I was asked more low level stuff such as about processors and threads. I was also asked to explain the difference between programming languages and hardware description languages and various question of how hardware description languages are implemented.

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  • It was a purely technical interview. Questions about algorithms and coding were asked and some code practice. I was asked about solving a maze, the Fibonacci sequence, and Linked List for coding. I also was asked how to test my functions. I was also asked about memory efficiency and the Big O of my functions. I was asked some definitions of programming. In my second interview I was asked more low level stuff such as about processors and threads. I was also asked to explain the difference between programming languages and hardware description languages and various question of how hardware description languages are implemented.   Answer Question
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