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Jul 25, 2011

Interview Question for Software Engineer at Oracle:

“Implement an IEnumerable class (C# coding skill test).”

Jul 4, 2011

Interview Question for Software Engineer In Linguistics at Nuance:

“You're given a keyboard and a key on it. How would you determine all the keys that are adjacent to that one?”

Apr 16, 2011

Interview Question for Software Engineer Internship at Amazon.com:

“How would you count the number of words in a string consisting of uneven number of spaces between words( not dictionary words)? With and without library functions.”

Apr 7, 2011

Interview Question for Senior Software Engineer at Amazon.com:

“Print BST”

Nov 19, 2010

Interview Question for Test Engineer at Qualcomm CDMA:

“Write strcpy (string copy). What test cases would you have?
Write strrev (string reverse) in place. (temp char is fine)”

Nov 19, 2010

Interview Question for Test Engineer at Qualcomm CDMA:

“Initialize a 5 by 5 array with this sequence.

1 2 3 4 5
6 4 8 9 10
11 12 9 14 15
16 17 18 16 20
21 22 23 24 25”

Sep 14, 2010

Interview Question for Software Engineer at VideoEgg:

“implement sort(int a, int b, int c) in Java w/o using any Collections methods”

Aug 17, 2010

Interview Question for User Interface Engineer at Facebook:

“Write a function in Javascript that takes Roman numerals (in String form) and convert it to decimal form. Assume the string is well-formed.”

Jul 15, 2010

Interview Question for Software Development Engineer at Amazon.com:

“Given array of integers representing historic stock prices. Find the buying and selling points to maximize the profit. (original: You can hold the stock for only 30 days maximum.)”

Jul 15, 2010

Interview Question for Software Development Engineer at Amazon.com:

“Given array of integers, find the first pair add up to 10. Analize your solution.”

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