Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at WMS Gaming
- Software Engineer (3)
- Business Analyst (2)
- Associate Software Engineer (2)
- Associate Test Engineer (1)
- Principal Business Intelligence Analyst (1)
- Associate WAP Operator (1)
- Senior Staff Game Designer (1)
- Artist (1)
- Senior Manager (1)
- Senior Software Engineer (1)
- Associate Engineer (1)
- Team Lead (1)
- Supplier Quality Engineer (1)
- Finance (1)
- Shipping Manager (1)
- Senior Mechanical Engineer (1)
- Director (1)
- Customer Support Associate (1)
- Engineering Intern (1)
- Product Manager (1)
Associate Software Engineer Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at WMS Gaming in March 2013.
Got the hiring manager's contact from school project. First interview is with HR on site while visiting the company. Later on received a phone inter view with a panel of two. Questions are engineering questions, and the project I did before. Since it's a internship offer, I feel like it really depends on the hiring manager's preference so it could vary.
- I had a little bit hard time when questioned about technical details about computer graphics, so definitely warm up yourselves before taking the phone. Answer Question
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Associate Software Engineer InterviewApplication Details
I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at WMS Gaming in July 2012.Interview Details
The first contact was by a talent recruiter, who coordinates the interviews. He was also the first person to interview me. His interview was just getting to know me. Also, he did give me a heads up on what to expect in future interviews.
The phone interview was a technical one, done by an engineer and a manager. It consisted mainly of C++ questions (what is [C++ Term]? What is the difference between [this term] and [this term]). The talent recruiter requested a debriefing afterwards.
Some time after the phone interview, I was contacted for an in person interview. That consisted of a tour hosted by the talent recruiter, who then gave advice about the next interviews. Then there were three sets of half hour 2:1 interviews.
*The first pair asked technical questions and about previous experience.
*The second pair asked to design something on a whiteboard (to see how I think) and about previous experience.
*The third pair mainly asked about previous experience.
The in person interview lasted for two hours. Everyone I have spoken with were nice. The overall tone was very conversational and there was never a single instance when it seemed like an inquisition.
I was contacted one last time by the talent recruiter saying that no offer was to be made, along with some notes gathered from the interviewers. It was still a positive experience.Interview Questions
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- Design some software on the whiteboard. Answer Question