I applied through college or university and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Laserfiche in November 2013.
Interview Details –
Went to a recruiting fair at the beginning of the year, got asked the difference between virtual functions and non virtual functions. Went on to a behavioral phone interview, mostly about my interests and past experiences, and what exactly I was looking for. I got emailed a couple of problems to solve (programming and problem solving) a couple of days later, which I had about four or five days to figure out.
From there, I got an on campus interview with the CTO and a Senior Engineer. Had to program the solution to a problem on the fly, but it wasn't too bad. I screwed up quite a bit in terms of syntax, but I think they knew my algorithm skills were there.
Interview Question – Given a sorted array and an element k, find the longest subsequence of k. Return the index of the start of the subsequence. View Answer
Reason for Declining – Got a higher offer from a company with some friends in a better location.
I applied through college or university and the process took 6 weeks - interviewed at Laserfiche.
Interview Details – I give their campus recruiter my resume during the oncampus job fair. And they reached back to me with a programming problem and a problem solving question. After I submitted the solution, there is a phone interview. The interview was about one hour and it is generally about the resume and life experience. Questions like what is the most challenging part of the project is are asked. And also some behavior questions. Now I am waiting for the second round skype interview.
Interview Question – Do you have a hard time coorperating with your teammate. Answer Question
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Laserfiche.
Interview Details –
Phone screening - Typical interview questions such as your experience, hobbies, strengths, weaknesses, and school information.
Problem solving Exercise - You are given a written scenario with the expectation to report on what the issue is and how to solve it.
Management Interview - a set of typical quesitons, such as experience, strengths, weaknesses, school and life experiences. Also a set of "riddles" or problem solving questions. Questions vary by department, but most can be solved by using common logic and mathematical skills.
Presentation - some departments may require you to do 2 presentations, one for ECM and another of a topic of your choice. This is to show your research and presentation skills.
Interview Question – If you are applying for a technical position, be ready to answer some problem solving questions. For example, you have 8 balls of equal shape but 1 is heavier than the rest. Using a scale balance, what method will minimize the amount of times you use the balance to find the heavier ball? View Answer
Negotiation Details –
Very few people negotiate because they hire straight out of college. Do not be scared to negotiate because they are very picky with their employees, so if you receive an offer then they really like it and making a counter-offer won't change that. I have heard from previous managers that they would actually prefer the candidates that make counter-offers because it shows confidence and self worth.
If you make a counter-offer, be prepared to know WHY you're worth what you're asking.
I applied online and the process took 2+ weeks - interviewed at Laserfiche.
Interview Details – basic phone interview with questions about current internship and the project I did and why interested in the position.
Interview Question – what surprise you when you did the project? Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 6 days - interviewed at Laserfiche in September 2013.
Interview Details – Contacted by hr recruiter. He asked me a few questions. An on site inter was scheduled for the next week. Laserfiche is located in long beach with a 6 story building. There is a equally large car park. I met with several managers and the interview was over in two hours. Some questions were tricky. Others were way to hard for me.
Interview Question – What was my most difficult project and how I handled it. Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Laserfiche in August 2013.
Interview Details – Contacted at school for 1 on 1 with engineering manager. 2 weeks later I went on site to Long Beach. I first talked with the recruiter for an hour. then spent another 5 hours including lunch with various engineering groups. Seven different engineers interviewed me. Their offices are nice. The people seemed friendly.
Interview Question – What was the most difficult course I had. View Answer
I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Laserfiche in March 2013.
Interview Details – An hour long interview that goes through standard resume reviews and some behavioral questions like why you chose your major. Then gives a homework assignment for additional assessments. After this, an interview with a hiring manager takes places.
Interview Question – Asked what my SAT score was Answer Question
I interviewed at Laserfiche in March 2013.
Interview Details –
Initial Process involved a review of my resume and why I was interested in the position.
Next process involved two questions. One was a programming question similar to the knapsack problem. The other question was open-ended; given a scenario on a manufacturing plant with multiple views from various managers to determine what the root cause of an issue was.
Afterwards was the onsite interview.
Initially it was behavioral questions such as Tell me about a time when you had to make a decision but wasn't sure of its outcome? and Tell me about your team experience in the past?
(Was very particular in giving lots of details.)
Next part involved technical quesitons.
Programming: Was asked to write a function that takes in an integer N and prints out all of the prime numbers till N.
1. Given 9 balls with one ball heavier than the rest and a balance, what is the least number of tries to determine the heavier ball?
Interview Question – Given two light bulbs and a 100 floor building. Determine the best starting floor to determine at which floor the light bulb will break. Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 3 months - interviewed at Laserfiche in February 2013.
Interview Details – After summited the resume on career fair, they contacted me 2 month later. Firstly, it is an hour of phone interview, it is about the resume and some behavior questions. Then, some exercises including one programming problem and one case solving problem. After that, is an onsite interview, it is an about the resume and behavior question. There is also an coding problem, to parse the Roman Number.
Interview Question – To understand the rule of roman number takes some time. Answer Question
-Free Lunch (If you don't mind the same terrible food over and over again)
-Will look good on your resume
-Some opportunity to travel and gain frequent flyer miles
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