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Software Development Engineer Intern Interview Interview (Positive Experience; Average Interview)
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Amazon.com in February 2014.
Interview Details – Got referred at the beginning of Feb, then reached by recruiter at 2/24 and assigned 2 technical phone interview at 2/27
1. Sent you a Collabedit link before the interview.
Introduce yourself really quickly.
Given a binary tree with different values on each node, find those values N which N%7 == 0.
Why C++ has destruction.
Given an int number, return the number of 1s in base 2. For example, 6 = 0000110 return 2.
What's the difference between the stack and heap when they are initialized.
What's multi-inheritance and why it's bad.
2. Sent you a Collabedit link befor the interview.
Binary tree level traversal.
Interview Question – What's the difference between the stack and heap when they are initialized. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I missed the call from HR and then received an official offer letter from him. The team is not in Seattle but in Amazon Lab 126 Kindle team. I thought it's OK and accepted it.