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Programmer Analyst IV Interview

Programmer Analyst IV
San Diego, CA

The process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at San Diego Supercomputer Center in January 2010.

Interview Details – Atypical research interview process. First round of interviews you talk over the phone with your to be peers and hiring manager as a group, every one pretty much chimes in and asks their specific questions mostly related to your research and thesis. If selected they fly you down for a full day of interview. On site interview starts with a one hour research talk, followed by one on one interviews. My interviewers asked me questions related to programming , some asked me follow up questions on my research talk, while others had more specific systems research questions.

Interview Questions

  • given an unkown memory hierarchy , how would you design an experiment to ascertain the memory organization   View Answer
  • Implement bread first search   View Answer

Negotiation Details – I did not negotiate, but I would recommend to do so because your start salary sticks with you for a few years.

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