I applied through a recruiter and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Veeva Systems.
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Spoke to a recruiter on my campus during a career fair and after following up shortly after, immediately scheduled a phone interview that lasts an hour and a half. First half is getting to know each other while the second half is a coding test online.
On campus interview at Veeva is a six hour day that includes lunch as well as a product demo. Not all the interviews are technical and everyone is very friendly.
Interview Question – Not all of the questions are standard algorithm questions, you may run into SQL or Java specific questions as well. All questions are fair and are not meant to be tricky. Answer Question
I applied in-person and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Veeva Systems.
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One phone screen that led to an on-site interview.
The phone screen was a bit weird as the interviewer actually hung up after he gave me the coding question. He said that he didn't want to "overbear me" and wanted me to be able to think on my own and if I had any questions, chat with him over collabedit. Not sure that's the best way to do this as he wasn't able to see my thought process.
On site interview had two interviews: one with a coding question, the other one more behavioral and asked about my resume. The coding question was fairly standard as was the behavioral one.
Interview Question – Technical Question: given a list of sorted integers and an integer sum, find two numbers in the list that sum to said sum. Answer Question
I applied online and interviewed at Veeva Systems.
Interview Details – Have one phone interview, then two onsite interviews. They are basic but also tricky questions. I have been interviewed with a lot of companies but the guy who interview me, Paul, and recruiting manager Ashley are the nicest people ever. Still waiting for the result but will accept immediately if they say yes.
Interview Question – Basic algorithms. View Answer
I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Veeva Systems.
Interview Details – It took 3 weeks. Got a phone interview. The interviewer was extremely nice and asked simplel java questions in the beginning. We went over some details and talked for about 40 minutes. Then took a online coding test on colladebit.
Interview Question – The question was about finding the greatest sister in a person class. Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Veeva Systems in October 2013.
Interview Details – Got a quick response after sending my resume. Had an initial phone interview where I went through my resume talking about my experience. I was also given a quick overview of the company and the position i was applying for. The interview was scheduled for 45 minutes. After the overview I was given a coding exercise using collabedit web site, be prepared to have a computer and a good connection when doing the interview. I was asked to solve the problem recursively given some data structure and a set of requirements.
Interview Question – The question was not unexpected. Just review tree data structure and traversal algorithms. Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Veeva Systems in July 2013.
Interview Details – Very responsive for first interview basically about past experience and overview of your resume. Technical interview will be stern if you have no experience in QA so be prepared for that.
Interview Question – What would you do in a certain situation Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at Veeva Systems.
Interview Details – Applied online. Got a quick reply and scheduled a phone interview with a couple of online coding tests. The tests were not trivial and I made some small mistakes which were pointed out to me and discussed over the phone. Then i was called for an onsite interview which followed a similar pattern but also included some 'soft skills' interviews. In total, onsite I met with 4 people. Overall it was quick, smooth and nothing I wouldn't expect at any company.
Interview Question – I got an SQL question that asked me to correct bad data in the DB Answer Question
Negotiation Details – My sense is there isn't much room for negotiation, although I didn't try, the offer was fair.
I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Veeva Systems in June 2013.
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Heard about the company and interested in their business model and direction. Filed application online and received response shortly for a phone screen, which includes questions and a program testing.
Passed that and was invited for an onsite interview, which I met future colleges and mangers.
The process was very smooth and pleasant, the people I met are all friendly. The office environment looks new and fresh.
Interview Question – All the questions are normal, no surprise. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Not a lot room for negotiation.
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Veeva Systems in June 2013.
Interview Details – Straightforward. People here seem to be friendly and pretty quick in processing.
Interview Question – there were no unexpected questions. pretty straightforward. Answer Question
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