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Getting an Interview
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Software Engineer Intern Interview
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at AppFolio in January 2014.
Screening/behavioral questions with HR on phone first. Then a phone interview with Andrew Mutz. Very nice people. Fair questions. Asked a lot about complexity and ways to improve efficiency of your code. I just blanked.
- 1. Given an array that contains duplicates (except for one value), find the one value that does not have a duplicate in that array. Explain the complexity of your algorithm. So in the array: A = [2, 3, 4, 5, 2, 3, 4] your algorithm should return 5 since that's the value that does not have a duplicate.
2. Explain the process that happens when you type your username and hit submit on a website (HTTP, server/client communication, etc...) 2 Answers
Other Interview Reviews for AppFolio
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I applied through college or university. The process took 1 day – interviewed at AppFolio (Santa Barbara, CA) in December 2011.
was interviewed by two software engineers working there. one of them asked high level questions related to algorithms and web programming / networks. the other one was all about low level coding and concentrated on implementation. Each interview took about an hour or so. I was briefed about the company before the interview and was explained the nature of the work.
- given two sorted arrays A and B A has a buffer at the end large enough to hold B. how would you merge them into a sorted array 1 Answer