Customer Support Engineer Interview Questions

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Dec 16, 2013

Interview Question for Customer Support Engineer at OSIsoft:

“2. What is virtual memory?”


Dec 16, 2013

Interview Question for Customer Support Engineer at OSIsoft:

“1. What is DNS?”


Dec 15, 2013

Interview Question for Customer Support Engineer at OSIsoft:

“There was nothing unexpected. The brainteasers are straightforward, and there is a correct answer (which differs from some other software companies in the bay).”


Nov 27, 2013

Interview Question for Customer Support Engineer at OSIsoft:

“Question 5: You have a vehicle on a flat surface and need to measure the weight of the vehicle with just a ruler. How do you do it?”


Nov 27, 2013

Interview Question for Customer Support Engineer at OSIsoft:

“Question 4: You have a round cake with icing on the sides and top of the cake. You want 8 equal slices with equal volume of cake and equal area of icing. You can only cut the cake three times. How do…”


Nov 27, 2013

Interview Question for Customer Support Engineer at OSIsoft:

“Question 3: Write a program in whatever language you like that solves for the factorial of a number.”


Nov 27, 2013

Interview Question for Customer Support Engineer at OSIsoft:

“Question 2: You have a word document that doesn't printer 6's or 8's. How do you trouble shoot it and what's the issue?”


Nov 27, 2013

Interview Question for Customer Support Engineer at OSIsoft:

“Question 1: You have a railroad track that run along the equator of the earth. You build a second railroad track exactly one meter above the first track. What is the increase in length?”


Aug 15, 2013

Interview Question for Customer Support Engineer at OSIsoft:

“How many golf balls can you fit in a school bus?

You have nine balls all of the same size and 7 of them weigh the same, and one of them weighs slightly more. How can you find the ball that is…”


Aug 7, 2013

Interview Question for Customer Support Engineer at OSIsoft:

“In a 24hr period how many times do the minute and hour hand cross each other?”