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I applied in-person and the process took a day - interviewed at Texas Instruments in June 2009.

Interview Details – Interview was very straightforward as they would want to know your experiences and skills. They prefer not to take fresh graduates as the time it takes for the new hire to get into the learning curve vary. They seem to have a 6 month probation process , but this may not apply in all case as some positions are in critical need to be filled.

Interview Question – salary expectation and optimistic duration of stay,   Answer Question

Negotiation Details – Fast negotiation as i was previously and intern and was called in to fill a post left by someone

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