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Programming Intern Interview

Anonymous Interview Candidate  in  Mount Pleasant, SC
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took a day - interviewed at Automated Trading Desk LLC in April 2008.

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Interviews started with a 1/2 hour interview with the CEO. Later, 2 hr programming test with 7 questions (solve any 5). Coding questions on C++ that need usage of STL, exception-safety, singleton, thread-safety, network programming. 1.5 hour discussions with 5 team members on the programming solutions. In depth questions on the design approach, patterns, OS and networking fundamentals. Your programming solutions tell them a lot about your proficiency and servers as a good discussion starter. Later, 45 minutes problem solving questions with the team lead. Read "Programming Interviews Exposed" (2nd edition). Later 1 hr IQ test. If you can remember cell phone numbers of two new friends without repetition, don't worry! Later, 1/2 hr personality test (have you killed anybody? kind of questions). Great people, awesome office space. Company paid dinner and drinks with team members afterwards.

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  • What exception specifications will you consider using? What is the use of std::bad_exception in the exception specification?   View Answer
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