I applied through college or university and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Intuit in April 2010.
Interview Details –
Phone interview with webex, which showed slides online. There were a bunch of programming questions on the slide. Questions range from simple algorithm question like finding anagrams to more complicated design questions and debugging questions.
1:1 interview was more of personality test. The interviewer asked mostly about how I resolved a bunch of different issues, which can be technical or non-technical. Talked about my experience in previous internships and jobs. The interviewer and I got into very interesting talk about compilers and agile development process..then we ran out of time. The interviewer liked me and hired me into his team.
Interview Question – Given a string, how do you find a list of anagrams from a english dictionary (or just the dict file in unix)? View Answer
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Intuit.
Interview Details – Two HRs called to setup an interview , interview was simple and straight forward, was asked to code transpose of a matrix and fibonacci, and a couple of questions that tested CS fundamentals
Interview Question – How would you decide to add extra servers to a data center. Answer Question
Interviewed at Intuit
Interview Details –
- After career fair contacted by HR
- On-Campus Interview, asking Java Basics, Inheritance, Interface etc..
- Basic coding question including array, linked-list
- Since I had some SQL knowledge, explained joins
-Then phone interview with 2 managers, explaining projects and coding etc...
Interview Question – given node a and b, find the lowest common ancestor (lowest in terms of ancestor that is most close to a and b) Answer Question
The process took a day - interviewed at Intuit in March 2012.
Interview Details –
On campus interview with two 1:1. One asked programming questions and the other one asked behavioral and design questions.
The programming questions included looking at code and fixing it and coding a few specific functions.
The design questions included questions like encapsulation and project design.
Interview Question – Code a function to see if two circles are overlapping on a coordinate plane. Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 3 months - interviewed at Intuit in January 2012.
Interview Details – I gave my resume to Intuit's booth at the college career fair, and was called for an on-campus interview a few weeks (<1 month) later. This interview was 1hr, and I switched between two interviewers. The first person asked personal questions, eg., "Tell me about an experience that challenged you," while the second asked me to analyse a simple bit of code. I then had a phone interview with Intuit's recruiter, and another phone interview with the project manager (both were personal, focused on resume). Finally, I had an interview over WebEx with two engineers, which was technical. I have yet to hear back from Intuit.
I applied online and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at Intuit in November 2010.
Interview Details – The interview was a two part one: technical + personality. The technical one was solving some textbook questions on a PPT, and the personality one was similar to a resume check. The interviewers are nice. But never heard back from them. To me it was really rude.
Interview Question – How would you pitch your best project Answer Question
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