I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at LitePoint.
Interview Details – 2 technical phone interviews followed by a a day long onsite technical interview. Most questions were related to RF concepts and test methodologies. Interviewers are all very courteous and it is evident that they knew what they were talking about.
Everything that they asked was related to the profile I was interviewing for and no unreasonable questions were asked.
Interview Question – Spectrum representation of a phase shifted CW waveform in a band limited digital capture Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 2 days - interviewed at LitePoint in May 2012.
Interview Details – I met one of the managers at a job fair on campus. He started talking about the company and what they do. Then I started talking about my background and my knowledge in programming and parallel processing and multi threading. At that point he was impressed, so he set up a time for the onsite interview.
At the first phase they sent me a link to answer some GRE-wise questions (math + vocabulary)
The interview took like 5.5 hours with 3 people. First person asked general software engineering questions, object oriented questions and some operating system questions such as mutual exclusion and semaphores and etc.
The last interviewer was the most difficult part. He had a stack of C/C++ programs. There were some mistakes in the programs and I was supposed to find the mistakes, correct them and optimize them.
But in general the manager was so friendly and based on his feedback I could say that I got the job.
Negotiation Details – The offer is negotiable.
The process took 5 days - interviewed at LitePoint in January 2012.
Interview Details – I had 2 phone interviews
Interview Question – “How will you implement sets and the intersection operation? Complexity?” Answer Question
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