Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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Senior Software Quality Assurance Engineer Interview
Got a call from the hiring manager directly. First round was the phone interview and was regular QA questions.
Next round was face to face. I was interviewed by like 6 employees. They were nice and asked expected questions.
- I was asked to write a program for one of the automation scenarios. I did not remember the syntax, but gave them the logic. Answer Question
Other Interview Reviews for Symantec
Senior Software Quality Assurance Engineer InterviewAccepted OfferNeutral ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3+ weeks – interviewed at Symantec (Pune (Brazil)) in April 2011.
I had two rounds of interview for a position in security domain product. Interview dealt mainly with cryptography, key management, basic testing, automation and cryptographic keys. For automation, Perl was my preferred language and they are open to take interviews in any language of interviewee preference.
They also ask puzzles and analytical questions.
- I felt that interview was quite sub-standard in comparison to interviews I have taken with other companies. It was a easy nut to crack. Answer Question
HR was adamant on their offer though they increased it by a miniscule value. They offered Stocks instead to compensate better.