I applied through college or university and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Bloomberg L.P..
Interview Details – Through campus recruiting. The whole process takes about a month with three rounds of tech interview and one HR talk.Not quite difficult, the normal stuff for under graduate student. Like traverse a binary tree. They also have some design question like design an ATM for child.
Interview Question – Design an ATM for child. Answer Question
I applied online - interviewed at Bloomberg L.P. in August 2013.
Interview Details –
I got an Email from HR and set a Technic Phone interview in one week.
First I was asked a few behavior question, e.g. why this company, how do you know this position. Then I was asked some details about the CV, after than came C++ questions. e.g. copy constructor, assignment operator. And also require to write the code and read to the interviewer.
Interview Question – The details about the copy constructor I wasn't well prepared, and you have to write the code on the paper and read out. Answer Question
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 5 days - interviewed at Bloomberg L.P..
Interview Details –
Met them at student career fair. Dropped my resume, spoke with the HR team, nothing technical. Got a call 3 days later, requesting and interview session.
First interview: 2 young men, pretty smart and friendly (just want I like). 2 Technical question, - reversing a singly linked list, and another question on people trying to cross a bridge.
Personally, I'll advice you, they are NOT out to trap you or trick you, they just want to see if you get it. I couldn't answer any of the questions in C++, but I got their explanation and proved it to them :).
Second interview was with HR and a Manager. Manager was seriously cool. I like him and and I guess vice versa. We exchanged contacts, and 3 days later, I got the offer.
Interview with manager was more like introducing me to Bloomberg, and showing me super cool stuffs :) Then 1 technical question (open ended) at the end (I got that one right though - it was not all luck). Question: how will you transfer Kind James Bible from point A to B most Efficiently.
Interview Question – All questions were pretty straight forward... you better know C++ or any similar language though ;) View Answers (2)
Negotiation Details – Well, It was mainly talking to the HR. :) They tell you all they want to give you, and they do not expect and answer from you right away... I liked the offer, so I took it. :D
I applied through college or university and the process took a day - interviewed at Bloomberg L.P. in January 2012.
Interview Details – there are two rounds, and the first one is 1 to 1 interview, and HR just asked some basic programming questions, like how to reverse a string, and also asked some about my projects. For the next round, two HRs asked me about the programming knowledge again, and also tested me about how to reverse an integer. The interesting thing is that there was a logic puzzle for me. I was kinda stessed out at that time so that I was kind stuck on this problem. I was notified not to get that intern a few days later by E-mail.
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Bloomberg L.P. in April 2013.
Interview Details –
Applied online, got a mail regarding a phone interview in approximately a month. First, we talked about the projects I had listed in my C.V. Interview consisted more in "trivia questions" such as
what is a pointer,
what operations can you do with pointers,
what is a static function in C
what is heap memory / stack memory & difference between them
then from OOP :
what is a class / object / instance?
what is a design pattern / final etiquette
Where are stored local vars?
Where are stored dynamically allocated vrs?
pass by value / pass by refference
what is "This" or "self" ?
Design patterns, where to use them
Interview Question – Name as many differences as you can between a java abstract class and an interface. What is class forwarding and where do you use it? Answer Question
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