Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. I interviewed at Xignite.
An HR will give you the first phone call. She will go through a list of very basic tech questions and you should make sure you say the keyword of the answer because she just probably checks your answers against the ones provided by their developers. The second phone call will come from an experience dev. He will first ask you to rate your skills on several language, then try to poke your limit on the one you are best on. So get prepared. After the phone call, he will give you a code test which is about implementing operations on a data structure with designated time complexity.
- the use of most seen network commands in linux's command line Answer Question
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I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Xignite.
In the first phone call, someone related to HR asked these questions. Recruiter told me it won't be a technical interview but the person calling me, who was not a technical person, read these questions to me from a given list. She didn't ask any questions related with my experience or what I am looking for. None of the questions were difficult. You should just remember at that time and express yourself very clearly with right words. Because probably the person who is asking doesn't understand the questions and just checking your answers from a given answer list.
- Questions were asking the definition of some basic network commands and some other networking concepts. There were also questions about programming and design. Answer Question
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The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Xignite in March 2011.
I had 1 phone screen and one challenge question. The first phone screen had veriety of questions, including OOPS concepts, networking, IIS, database knowledge, indexing. The questions are mostly problem solving and coneptual. The challenge question was about to implement the binary search tree and how to enhance it to the self balancing tree.
- Explain some OOP concepts Answer Question