I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at eBay Inc..
Interview Details – Was contact over the phone by a Recruiter. She talked with me regarding my resume for about 20-30 minutes. When she was satisfied she told me what the interview process is going to be like and told me look forward to an e-mail requesting some time and dates when I'd be available to take an interview. The interview was then scheduled in 2 parts. 2 people were set to call me on 2 different days for 1 hour each. The first round was non-technical. Mostly talked about what they did, what I had done in the past. He went over my whole resume and everything that I had written in it. In the second round the guy asked me a lot of technical questions only one of which I was not able to answer at the time. Very basic but I guess I just got a little nervous and confused. He then gave me his e-mail address and 3 questions to write the code for and asked me to e-mail the answers to him within 20 minutes. It took me about an hour to do so. I think that was my failing point in the interview.
Interview Question – What is the difference between a static method, a static variable and a static class? Answer Question
I interviewed at eBay Inc. in June 2013.
Interview Details – There was a phone screen followed by an onsite interview after a week. Interviewed by 6-7 engineers and one HR round onsite.
Interview Question – Mostly comprised of technical questions on algorithms, Java, programming Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at eBay Inc. in March 2013.
Interview Details – There are two more rounds of technical interview. The final round is a HR interview with the mundane “Tell about yourself”, “What your strengths and weaknesses”, “Why do you want to work here?”, “Why should we hire you?”, Do you prefer to work alone or on a team?, How do you handle pressure?. 3-5 days but could take up to a 4 weeks before they will give you a job.
Interview Question – Why should we hire you? Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took a day - interviewed at eBay Inc. in June 2011.
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write compilable code in 1 hr to solve the problem: given a number, how many different ways to separate it by unlimited 1, 5, 10, 25 coins.
1:1 interview: describe 1NF, DFS vs BFS, o(1) time search
The process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at eBay Inc. in February 2011.
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I initially had an interview with them at a job fair at my university, followed by a random phone interview (they called me with no warning and asked if I could talk for about 30 minutes), and then an on site interview with six people. I immediately did not like the atmosphere at their headquarters. No one seemed happy or interested in working there and my interview was very unorganized.
The person I was supposed to report to was unavailable so I had to report to an HR manager who did a pretty good job of explaining the process for the day. The second interviewer couldn't make it so a replacement had to be called in that arrived 10 minutes late. The following two interviewers were interrupted half way by a call and one of them even left early because he had somewhere to go. The questions included some average technical java questions (including junit testing), some conceptual testing questions, experience with testing questions, and some thought process questions.
My interview was cut short and I did not get to interview with the last two people, but I had already lost interest after the first interviewer. So, the last interviews involved uninterested people discussing java and testing.
Overall, the interviewers didn't seem very interested at all in what they were doing and the interview felt more like an afterthought for them. Like a chore they were forced to do. Even if I would've gotten an offer I would've declined it.
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