I applied in-person and the process took 3 days - interviewed at EMC in April 2012.
Interview Details – 1. LCS algorithm, find the longest sequence from string
Eg: Find the longest sequence in String "abcdefaaaghijklaaamnopqrst" that comes after "aaa"
2. Design Interview process
3. JDBC connectivity
4. foo(number) should give 1_2_number
with highest performance and least memory usage
5. Explain SAN
why to use different server than just one in model (from MVC architecture)
6. How/where to use restlet services for client server architecture
how I can transfer data from one Host (client with one OS) to server (with some other OS)
8. wht is wrong in : String s = null ;
9. If System.exit () is use in one Java code and 2 programs are running on same JVM, what will happen
10. Brain Teasers
Interview Question – Brain Teaser:
three lamps in the room and three switches outside the room and can go into room only once Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took a day - interviewed at EMC in February 2011.
Interview Details – It was an on campus interview. First round was written round with some basic programming stuff, aptitude and verbal reasoning. Was pretty easy. The next 2 rounds were technical. Was asked some C snippets and puzzles. The 2nd tech round was complete C programming based. Asked about structures, unions, how to detect a palindrome etc. Anyone with fair understanding of basics would clear them.
Interview Question – No questions were too difficult Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No negotiation
I applied through college or university and the process took a day - interviewed at EMC in May 2009.
Interview Details – First was written test of technical questions. Then a list of selected students was prepared. Second was technical round, and then whoever cleared this round was called for final HR round. Technical round was for approximate 25mins, with questions on C++ and Java, and basis concepts of computer science knowledge. Not very tough, but neither too easy. Preparation had to be thorough. The HR round was generic, with starting question as tell me about yourself, and whatever was replied as part of this answer was followed up with next question. Then questions about strengths, weaknesses, why do you want to join this company, which other companies have you applied for, what is your preference with respect to company list etc.
Interview Question – I was selected for one more company, and they asked me whether I have been selected for any other. This company was the last one to come to campus, and it would have been normally assumed that students would have already been placed. View Answer
Negotiation Details – No Negotiations. It was campus placement and fixed structure.
I applied through college or university - interviewed at EMC in February 2012.
Interview Details – There was an initial screening test, where they asked for aptitude and technical questions, all were multiple choice.
First round of interview, there were questions on C and compilers and operating systems. Then a programming question on linked list.
Second round, there was a question on data encoding. It was an open question, and very interesting.
After that a simple HR round.
Interview Question – They asked for an algorithm to encode data. Answer Question
Interviewed at EMC
Interview Details – written round- tough and very important
2 technical round -tougher as compared to other companies interview
1 hr round-this is just to check ur communication skills.
Interview Question – how can u test iphone or digital clock?
answer related to software engineering Answer Question
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