I applied through college or university and interviewed at Motorola Mobility.
Interview Details – This job was for a co-op at the undergraduate level. Interviewed for about 30 minutes. Was asked about current knowledge of C/C++, linked lists, arrays...
Implement a small program that involved manipulating an array of integers. I was basically tested on my proficiency in C programming
Interview Question – Did not really have a difficult question. Just show how proficient you are in C Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Did not need to negotiate. Offer was pretty decent and I was satisfied
I applied through college or university and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Motorola Mobility in December 2009.
Interview Details – Dropped off resume at my university's career fair. Took only a few days for them to offer a phone interview. From phone interview to onsite interview, hoever, took 2 months. Did onsite interviews for 4 1:1 interviews lasting 45 mins each. Now it's been another month since the onsite interview and no word. It's possible that they are really slow in the procedure because of red tape.
Interview Question – Reverse the words in a string, but not the characters. Do it in linear time. View Answers (2)
The process took a day - interviewed at Motorola Mobility in February 2009.
Interview Details – I was contacted by the manager, and a phone interview was set up. There were no technical questions during the phone interview, more of what I have done before. He then gave me a test which consisted of constructing a BFS and DFS iteratively, some Java concurrency issues, and basic object oriented questions.
Reason for Declining – The salary was too low.
Interviewed at Motorola Mobility
Interview Details – 60 minute phone interview and then onsite interview. Very straightforward, be sure to know your C/C++
Very Difficult Interview
The process took 1+ week - interviewed at Motorola Mobility in November 2009.
Interview Details – Please be as detailed as possible - everything from your initial communications with the company, organization and planning of the interview, number and type of interviews, and any advice you might offer to other interview candidates. Bonus points for your perceptions of the people, office, and work culture.
Interview Question – Linux Kernel Development Answer Question
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