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Accepted Offer – Reviewed May 26, 2013
Interview Details –
Got the interview via Michael Page service.
The interview process is straight forward with common interview questions and some technical questions.
The whole process took ~3 hours with 3 Director level interviewers.
Interview Question – Interviewed in New York for Jacksonville FL position. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Not much room for negotiation.
No Offer – Interviewed in New York, NY – Reviewed Apr 30, 2013
Interview Details – Submitted my resume through my school's careers site. I was offered an initial phone screen a few weeks after. Some weeks after that the recruiter contacted me to let me know that the feedback was good and they wanted me to have a 2nd round interview with them. That took place in the next couple of days.
Interview Question – Efficiently compute a Fibonacci numbers sequence Answer Question
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Cary, NC Apr 2013 – Reviewed Apr 29, 2013
Interview Details – This process was very fast. I was asked for an interview on Monday, Interviewed on Thursday, and was negotiating on Friday. The interview was held over Skype, but was a comfortable process. The technical portion asked a lot of questions about methodologies, race conditions, and gave me a simple question. They did very well at giving me hints to the answers without giving me the answers outright. The two behavorial interviewers (who were developers themselves) made a very relaxed environment and gave me a few questions I wasn't expecting to answer, but were relevant. I agree with the reviewer above, behavorial was more like a casual talk. All interviewers were grateful to answer questions and gave me very good answers. I asked about the Joel Test and was given a good response.
Negotiation Details – I was completely lowballed on the first offer. The second offer was much more reasonable. My recruiter answered all the questions I had and was very patient. Unfortunately this was an exploding offer.
No Offer – Interviewed in Durham, NC Apr 2013 – Reviewed Apr 23, 2013
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HR contacted me after reviewing my profile in linked in, and i was asked to attend first level of phone screen. The interview was very straight forward, pure java questions, from very basic to the latest technique. There was no tricky question at all. Then i was called for an in person interview, one hour with the managers and another hour with the tech team. The behavioral questions where the very common ones like, why do you want to join DB, What are your strengths, what is quality mean to you. What is the toughest situation you had ever faced, Have you faced any conflict with in your team, how did you solve etc..
They where really friendly and it was more of a casual talk.
Technical interview was a cake walk, they started with a question saying its tricky, but i was able to answer that with clear explanation. There was no coding questions asked, again there were set of straight forward java questions and a couple on Junit. I was asked to write some simple SQL.
I answered all the questions correctly, and i felt the team interviewing me was technically weaker than me. Next day the HR called me and asked me to fill in pre employment form, and discussed the Salary, without saying that i was selected or not. Later next day i was said they are working out with an internal movement to fill that position and my skill set is not matching. I found it really frustrating. Hope they don't waste some ones time like this in future.
Interview Question – There was no difficult questions Answer Question
No Offer – Interviewed in Jacksonville, FL Feb 2013 – Reviewed Apr 16, 2013
Interview Details – A superday event and six interviews. The questions are all behavioral such as why DB, why Jacksonville, why your university, what is your strengthens. The only technical question is how to value a company. I only said the DCF method. Some interviewers even ask the same questions. I repeated my same stories many times.
Interview Question – I did not expect the interview would be so behavioral and I don't know why they ask the same questions over and over again. Answer Question
No Offer – Interviewed in Feb 2013 – Reviewed Apr 10, 2013
Interview Details – There was a phone interview with a gentleman who seemed a little rushed. I felt as if I was an item to check off his list as opposed to a viable candidate. He first asked me to explain my physics doctoral research. When I tried to start with the basics, he said he knew those but the rest didn't go so well. Next he explained the job, in good detail. He did know what he was looking for. He then proceeded to ask me questions for which he wanted certain answers. It was a frustrating interview, kind of like talking to my thesis advisor.
Interview Question – If you could buy or sell tickets at a horse track, how would you decide which horses to bet on? View Answer
No Offer – Interviewed in New Brunswick, NJ – Reviewed Apr 10, 2013
Interview Details – Deutsche had an information session on the university campus about two weeks before their interview date. Good idea to try and mingle with their reps. They ask to apply on their website. The interview was two on one. Very difficult including a technical portion. Thirty minute interview. Ask questions about your résumé, past projects, and group experiences.
Interview Question – Tell me about the God Particle. Answer Question
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in New York, NY Mar 2011 – Reviewed Apr 2, 2013
Interview Details – All three rounds were on campus. After the first rounds, you get a phone call that day and they let you know whether you should show up for the second round the next day. After the final round, if you are their top choice, then they will give you a call within 2-3 days.
Interview Question – I wasn't asked any technical questions. Mostly behavioral, fit questions. You must be likable rather than a genius. But they do ask questions about why you want to work for this bank, why you are interested in this department. Also know the details about the bank overall such as the profits, revenues, one off charges, stock price etc. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – no negotiation
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