I applied through a recruiter and interviewed at iLink-Systems.
Interview Details – First HR contacted me followed by a technical interview next week. The interviewer was asking questions as if I am school kid. He probably had i list of questions, most of them were very silly questions.
Interview Question – Don't remember Answer Question
I applied through other source and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at iLink-Systems in January 2011.
Interview Details –
I had 3 tests(interviews).
First round was a telephonic interview which lasted for around 45 mins. The questions were moreover from my past experience and technologies I have worked on.
Later I got a mail from HR and was told to provide a solution for a problem definition that he/she shared through mail.
Third round was an in person interview in which I was told to explain what solution I had implemented for te problem given. It also included couple of other technical questions.
Finally I got selected and was offered a salary.
Negotiation Details – I made a mistake while quoting a salary. I quoted what I felt I should get and I actually got far less than what I should have got. Remember 1 thing, the employer will never ever give you what you quote. They will always try to bring you down to the least salary they can give.I would advise you all to keep this in mind when you quote the salary here..
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at iLink-Systems in March 2010.
Interview Details – I was contacted by someone interested in me becoming a chemistry tutor for the company. The company's policy is spend 4-6 hours of your time to complete a bunch of college-level exams before we decide to interview you. I told the recruiter that I wasn't too thrilled about the prospect, so one of the managers called me back. I requested an interview before I spent hours of my life with the exam...he wouldn't budge and gave me a bunch of excuses. Unfortunately, I decided to amuse them and take the exams, which I did well on being a recent college graduate. So I completed them, never heard back since and never bothered to call back because the people there are arrogant, and I felt belittled by them...as if I was back in grade school almost. I feel they made a serious mistake, as I was overqualified for the position I was applying for.
Interview Question – Would you like to come in and take a series of tests in algebra, calculus and chemistry? It will take 4-6 hours. View Answer
I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at iLink-Systems in March 2010.
Interview Details – A couple of rounds of phone interview, followed by in-person interviews with 5 people. The questions were fairly straight-forward and about my past experience in related technologies. Many questions were mini technical cases, where I was given a technical situation, with many possibilities and asked to advise on a recommended action. Questions on managing teams and multiple projects.
Interview Question – To describe the technical platform I would use under a specific scenario. Answer Question
The process took 2 weeks - interviewed at iLink-Systems in August 2010.
Interview Details – phone interview will be scheduled and about 3 to 4 rounds with an face to face interview
Interview Question – sorting the movies in netflex movies website according to users interest View Answer
I applied in-person and the process took a day - interviewed at iLink-Systems in April 2008.
Interview Details –
I was called by the HR-Recruiter. She scheduled a phone interview and followed that up with a technical telephonic interview. I was then called in for a 1:1 interview which involved whiteboard discussions. I was later on called again for salary negotiation.
You don't really get much from the negotiation.
Interview Question – Compare/contrast WCF Bindings. What should be used when and few other follow up questions Answer Question
Negotiation Details – There isn't much to advice. You get what you're promised
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