Very Difficult Interview
I applied through college or university and the process took 3 months - interviewed at VMware in April 2013.
Interview Details – It was long and pretty much a nightmare. I only ever had to interview once and it was a pretty intense interview, but getting in touch with the right people afterwards was challenging. You can tell there is a bit of a lack of communication between the different groups at vmware.
Interview Question – I do not really remember a lot of the questions, but almost everything I did iteratively had to be redone recursively and vice versa Answer Question
Negotiation Details – The offer was kind of to good to have to negotiate anything
I applied online and interviewed at VMware.
Interview Details – HR called me to make appointment. Then an engineer called again who asked some background questions and coding question
Interview Question – how to implement atomic semaphore (dekker's algorithm ) Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at VMware in March 2011.
Interview Details –
Two phone interviews:
The first one was with a Quality Analyst consisting of questions from operating systems and linux system calls and Linux OS.
Got call next day to schedule next round
The second interview was with a manager.
role Description, Software engineering concepts, good coding and design practices.
Waiting for result..
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at VMware in April 2010.
Interview Details –
Some one from their HR called me up 3 times at least to schedule an interview time. I was partially flattered but I also noted that they were inefficient.
This was followed by just a normal phone interview with some problem solving activity. The interviewer was polite and the interview went off well.
Interview Question – Tell me about yourself Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at VMware in November 2013.
Interview Details –
I applied through college and process took around 1 month. The process was smooth, started with a written test and then 3 telephonic interviews. The interviewer was very nice and guided me throughout the process.
They asked basic java questions about interfaces and abstract class, plus a lot of data structure questions.
Interview Question – Overall nothing difficult, basics should be clear though. Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 5 weeks - interviewed at VMware.
Interview Details – There were 2 rounds of technical interview.The first interview was purely technical. The guy who took it was very helpful when i was answering the questions. He asked me typical data-structures questions like sorting,trees,lists and inorder, pre order and post order questions and some puzzles. Second round was just bad. There were 2 guys taking the interview.
Interview Question – How would you write a printf statement without using the keyword printf in c? View Answer
I applied through college or university and the process took 1 week - interviewed at VMware in May 2013.
Interview Details –
The Interview process consisted of four rounds, the first of which was a Aptitude and Technical written. There were about 10 aptitude questions and 20 technical questions with a maximum time of 75 min given to us to crack that. I started with the apti and it was not that difficult. Having the formulas and all the tricks and tips any one would have cracked it. It was all normal Time and Work problems, Water tank problems and Data analysis problems with some really good questions were you really had to think out of the box.Then there was technical questions. I had taken bit more time to solve apti so had to do the technical things very fast. Frankly speaking they asked everything which we would have studied OS,DBMS, SQL Queries, CO and obviously programming that of C and C++.. If we would have studied well in BE and remembered the formula most of them will crack it. Real Problem was in tracing the C++ codes but eventually that went well.
So we were waiting for our results and it came after 3 days, There was only three people selected and to my much surprise I was one of them. So next we had 3 rounds of interview 2 technical and 1 managerial. First technical he asked me about my interest which i obviously told networks so he asked me everything about networks tcp/ip, OSI,protocols functionalities etc. It went well and the round took almost 20 min.
Second round was also technical her they asked all about programming gave programs and asked to find the output etc. It was tricky. Then they asked much about SQL queries an OS concepts. Went pretty well. And at last he told me to write a string reverse program and his last question was an aptitude question. This round went for almost 1 hour.
So the last round was managerial. Here he asked general questions a lot n less technical. Guys always go through companies website. He asked me many questions about their products and all. He asked me my goals, challenges etc. It was my best round as I had impressed him pretty well. Always ask him questions when he asks DO you have any questions for me.. Finally I thanked him and my Interview was over. Results were in next few days and the very next day i was informed by the placement department that I got selected. It was a great feeling.
Thanks to our HOD, professors and obviously the placement dept. for their support.
Interview Question – difference between SQL and MS SQL server 2000 Answer Question
I applied through college or university and interviewed at VMware.
Interview Details – I saw them at the career fair. I went up and talked to them and on spot they asked me a question about how you should go about finding the depth of a binary tree. They also asked a question that has to do with doubly linked list. They both involve recursion.
Interview Question – Tell me about a time when you have failed. Answer Question
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