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The process took a day - interviewed at NASA in August 2009.

Interview Details – Was contacted by HR to let me know that the hiring manager had requested an interview. Called hiring manager and scheduled interview. Interviewed with hiring manager for about one hour. HR called in a little more than a week to let me know that the hiring manager would like to offer me the job.

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The process took 2 weeks - interviewed at NASA in May 2009.

Interview Details – At first it was more of a behavioural interview baesd on my skills and strength. Then the harder part was when i was tested on my ability to use JAVAscript to manipulate a drving in simulator on google API to become a flight simulator.

Interview Question – are you able to use JAVAscript to manipulate a drving in simulator on google API to become a flight simulator.   Answer Question

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