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Senior Manager Interview

Senior Manager
Menlo Park, CA

Interviewed at Oracle

Interview Details – Since I joined as an employee thru acquisition, there was no interview process

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Software Engineer Interview

Software Engineer
Menlo Park, CA

I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Oracle in October 2010.

Interview Details – One hour phone interview, asked some questions about the projects that I worked on. And then asked some algorithm questions, the questions is very simply. One week later, get an on-site interview. the interview has 3 rounds:
The first round: Questions related to OS, Kernel etc.
The second round: Questions about the projects I have worked on, like which one is your favorite and why, describe the technical details.
The finial round: Questions about data structures and algorithms. Sort a linked list, improve the performance by multi-thread (suppose on a multi-core system).

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  • Questions about OS and kernel. How an IO request processed by system, from user mode to kernel mode.   Answer Question
  • Sort a linked list, improve the performance by multi-thread on multi-core system.   Answer Question

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