I applied through a recruiter and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Verizon Wireless in June 2008.
Interview Details – I was interviewed 3 times each lasting for an hour. All the 3 times i had a panel interview with 3-4 people asking me questions on different areas randomly. SQL, JAVA, SDLC. I get that it was more of a Business Analyst role but the interview was from a Technical developer asking me questions on Java developing and other more of a developer kinda role questions. It would have been good if it was more focused on an analyst role. Though i was able to answer all their technical questions and even after being considered for 2 other roles as Business analyst by the same people on panel it was tough walking up till there getting interviewed liked grilled by them in areas outside of a BA role and end up waiting for their next call to come for one more round.
Interview Question – I was asked to write some SQL queries which i was fine with but i was asked to write a code in Java which i thought was not upto my level. Answer Question
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