The process took a day - interviewed at IntelliNet Technologies in April 2012.
Interview Details – I was interviewed by a panel of 4 people , HR, Technical Lead, Vice President, Business Manager where they asked all type of questions started of about me and my projects and then some deep technical questions, I felt it went on well, after the interview the HR person showed me around the company, but after that day i never heard from them, i even sent an email after a week to know my status , they did not even have courtesy to reply to me and tell me anything .. overall i feel it was a waste of time !!!
Interview Question – What do you know of domain protocol? View Answer
I applied in-person and the process took 5 days - interviewed at IntelliNet Technologies in April 2012.
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It was nice experience to get interviewed from an excellent person, who knows code of conduct, intelligent and well aware of job.
happy environment to work out. lots of debates, challenging work.
Reason for Declining – personal
The process took a day - interviewed at IntelliNet Technologies in July 2011.
Interview Details – This employer has called me for the Face to face discussion and told me to write the written test questions carrying 1 to 20 marks. It was around 3 hrs(c, C++, TCP/IP, quants, english). After this face to face discussion it was just basic question like inheritance and polymorphism, files. etc
Interview Question – I have 100 nodes in my linked list. the time taken to search the first node should be same for searching the middle node. explain the algorithm Answer Question
Pros: work life balance . Good onsite opportunities. – Full Review
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