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CUDA Software Tool Developer Interview

CUDA Software Tool Developer
San Jose, CA

I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at NVIDIA in February 2011.

Interview Details – Initially I applied online for the position and after 5 weeks I got a request for a phone technical interview. I got the response after a few days (3-4 days) and was invited to an on sight interview. The on sight interview was from 10AM - around 4:30 PM In total I interviewed with 8 people including the HR person. All except for the lunch interview and the HR where technical and required problem solving and coding on a white board (in C). The questions ranged from simple algorithms to debugging features and included fields which where not listed in my resume. At that time I already had an offer from a different company so I asked them for a quick response which was negative with no additional explanation.

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  • Write an implementation of malloc in C (referring to the stack and heap).   Answer Question
  • Describe and write an implementation of memcopy function and suggest improvements (SSE copying using assembly and the 128 bit register).   Answer Question

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