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Software Engineer Interview

Anonymous Interview Candidate in Boston, MA
Declined Offer
Positive Experience
Average Interview

Application

I applied through a staffing agency. The process took a week. I interviewed at NaviNet (Boston, MA) in September 2013.

Interview

Pretty straightforward. Got the interview through a recruiter and was able to land a phone interview which was then followed up by an in person interview a few days later. Interview went well. I met with the manager and we discussd the role and what they were looking for and then I was asked to design a shopping cart system. After designing the system two developers came in and we discussed the architecture and implementing new methods into the design

Interview Questions

  • Nothing too difficult I knew the shopping cart system problem ahead of time as it was given to me by the recruiter and company beforehand to prepare.   Answer Question

Reasons for Declining

Was offered other positions I was more interested in.

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    Software Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Boston, MA
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Easy Interview

    Application

    I applied through college or university. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at NaviNet (Boston, MA).

    Interview

    Interviewed out of college via a career fair. Interview was a pretty standard audition type. They gave me a simple data structure (like you'd get for an intro to data structures assignment) and gave me an hour by myself to draw out on a whiteboard the general interface and implementation for how I would design a few features and how they would interact. Two engineers than came back and asked my questions about my design decisions. I basically just had to justify why I made the decisions I did, and we discussed in a non-interrogative way what were some other ways it could have been implemented, and they asked me hypothetically how I might change things to satisfy a different set of requirements. I would basically just suggest getting comfortable with object oriented design and be able to explain why you design something the way you did. They didn't ask me any syntactic or nitty gritty "even if I didn't know that I could just google it" questions, which was a nice change of pace and I felt was a plus (some places think its important to be know obscure shell commands and the like off the top of your head).

    Interview Questions

    • Nothing exceptional. Was asked to design a shopping cart system that you might find on a e-commerce web portal and show how I would implement a few basic methods and structure the data.   Answer Question
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    Software Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Cambridge, MA
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Difficult Interview

    Application

    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at NaviNet (Cambridge, MA) in March 2010.

    Interview

    Detailed phone interview to weed out anyone who doesn't know what they're talking about. Second interview was developing and presenting role based software. Third interview was one on one meet and greet.

    Interview Questions

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    Software Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Cambridge, MA
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Easy Interview

    Application

    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at NaviNet (Cambridge, MA) in July 2007.

    Interview

    I had a technical phone screen first, during which I was asked pretty basic technical questions that covered broad range of things (from Transact SQL to object oriented design). They immediately told me that it went well and that HR person will be in touch. After that they emailed me "technical audition" material, which I was supposed to prepare for in advance. I then came in and presented the solution to 2 senior developers on a white board. They asked me a lot of questions, most of them were open-ended design questions and very few syntaxical ones. They made me an offer within a week. This company is taking the hiring process very seriously and is looking for certain types of people that are smart, generic, dynamic, curious, passionate about what they do, and also can communicate well. You can't really prepare in advance for interviews like that.

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