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Software Developer Interview
I applied through other source. The process took a day – interviewed at L-3 Communications (Rockwall, TX) in September 2011.
The interview process resulting in no offer being made. I was strung along for several days with the comment that an offer was going to be made but that it just had to be "approved".
I would recommend anybody take that kind of behavior into account before interviewing with this place!
Other Interview Reviews for L-3 Communications
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took a day – interviewed at L-3 Communications (Tampa, FL) in April 2009.
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I applied through college or university. The process took a day – interviewed at L-3 Communications in May 2010.
Received an e-mail from an HR manager sent out en masse to other students they were interested in speaking with asking to schedule a time for a face-to-face interview. When I first arrived, the receptionist motioned for me to come over and sign in, and then instructed me to make sure I don't take out my cell phone for the entire time I was in the building for security reasons.
I was first taken up to the HR manager's office to give an overview of the skills on my resume. This lasted about 30 minutes.
Second, I was escorted into another room where I was interviewed by someone who I think I would have been working with. He asked me a couple of questions about things I had listed on my resume, but to be honest they didn't seem that relevant to the position I was applying for. He asked me questions like what kind of computer I had and what kind of hardware I had installed in it. Including the time spent waiting for the person interviewing with the next guy to finish so I could have a go at it, this part lasted about 45 minutes.
Lastly, I was escorted to the final room with who I'm almost certain was a senior software developer at the company. He asked very programming-specific questions and asked a programming problem which I had to code with pen (that's right--pen) and paper.