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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Seattle, WA Mar 2013 – Reviewed May 14, 2013 New
Interview Details – I had given my resume to an on campus recruiter and I was called in for an interview. The interview consisted of four half an hour sessions that were a mix of both technical and behavioral. I was interviewing for a business internship and the people who conducted the interview were impressively intelligent and all had their MBA's.
Interview Question – What was your biggest failure? View Answer
Negotiation Details – no negotiations
No Offer – Interviewed in Austin, TX Feb 2013 – Reviewed May 9, 2013
Interview Details – Had two telephonic interview. It was great talking to the interviewers. They asked 4 easy questions related to linkedlist, binary search and sorting.
Interview Question – All the questions were very basic. Answer Question
No Offer – Reviewed Apr 1, 2013
Interview Details – I had two phone interviews each 45 mins. The first round has two questions and it was technical and no behavioral questions. In the second round, I was asked about my work experience, my project. Then I was asked one technical questions which took up the entire 45 mins. The first round was a bit easy and the second round was a difficult one.
Interview Question – Basic data structure questions and array related questions Answer Question
No Offer – Interviewed in Feb 2010 – Reviewed Mar 30, 2013
Interview Details – I applied online after viewing a job posting on my University's career's website. Two Separate interviews were conducted, spaced within a few hours of each other. The first had two interviews on the phone taking turns asking questions, while the second interview had a single interviewer. I was asked questions about past experiences, jobs, etc. Some algorithmic questions were also asked.
Interview Question – Calculate the distance between two hands on a clock. Answer Question
No Offer – Interviewed in Seattle, WA – Reviewed Mar 28, 2013
Interview Details – I applied online and later received an email for two back to back phone interviews.After the firstround,i was requested for a third phone interview.
Interview Question – Very general questions surrounding algorithms and data structures. Answer Question
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Seattle, WA Mar 2013 – Reviewed Mar 15, 2013
Interview Details –
I was contacted by recruiter three weeks after I submitted resume on Campus career fair.
Two interviews, each goes to 45 minutes.
Two technical questions were asked during each interview. And there are some other general questions.
I got an offer after 4 days.
No Offer – Reviewed Mar 14, 2013
Interview Details – Got an email saying they liked my resume and I scheduled for an interview on campus (this was at UCSD). The interview consisted of 2 45 minute interviews. They were very nice people and very helpful when I was stuck on some code. Interesting interview. Heard back the day after and did not get the offer.
Interview Question – What is your favorite day of the week? Answer Question
No Offer – Reviewed Mar 6, 2013
Interview Details – 2 back to back phone interviews, 45 min each with a 15 min break inbetween
Interview Question – Given an 2D array of 1s and 0s, find the number of "islands" of 1s View Answer
No Offer – Interviewed in Mar 2013 – Reviewed Mar 6, 2013
Interview Details – I got a email for noticing me which I got a interview in two days. when i had the interview, the interview was the phone interview, and i had two phone call and each is 45 mins with two people, and got 15 mins for break after a call. The interview was used the online white broad for coding.
No Offer – Interviewed in Mar 2013 – Reviewed Mar 4, 2013
Interview Details – I submitted my resume through the website and get back from the recruiter after one month. There are two back to back phone interviews, each last 45 minutes. The questions are generally data structures such as Hashtble and how to handle collison and some OOP concept like what is polymorphism, encapsulation and inheritance.
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