I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at National Instruments in September 2011.
Interview Details – The recruiter was extremely nice. I only got one interview, and it was on my campus. They told me they would call me back if I got a second interview, and they never called. They asked 2 questions: one behavioral and one technical. They give you a sheet of paper for the behavioral question, and ask you to explain/draw how you would approach the problem. If I would have received a second interview, I definitely would have went.
NI employees enjoy a work environment framed more by guidelines rather than hard and fast rules; an outstanding, multifaceted compensation and benefits package; and access to tools and resources equipping them to drive… — Full Overview
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