I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at Real-Time Innovations in April 2012.
Interview Details – There was a thorough and technical skills test interview that was formatted like a written exam. The interview was a full day in length and I got to meet a lot of different people from upper management to various engineers. They took me out for lunch as part of the interview and I also received a tour of the office.
Interview Question – Why do you want to leave your previous job and work for RTI? Answer Question
The process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Real-Time Innovations in January 2010.
Interview Details –
They approached me, found my resume in my school's database.
Initial phone screen was on C/C++ basics (like what does & do) and ambitions.
On-site interview was a bunch of 1 on 1s with a few engineers and senior people like VPs and the CEO. Also had a technical test and what I remember is it asking you to write some code for an application, a kind of design spec, what some networking terms are, etc.
The 1 on 1s weren't difficult. Did some problem solving with an engineer, while the non-engineering types asked questions on ambitions, where you want to go, etc.
Not being a systems or networking guy, I think it would have been more helpful had I had more of a background in concurrency, networking and multi-threading in C/C++...
Interview Question – What does '&' do in C? View Answer
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