Member of Technical Staff Interview Questions

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May 18, 2014

Interview Question for Hardware Engineer Member of Technical Staff Level II at Hughes Communications:

“None if you are well prepared”


May 15, 2014

Interview Question for Principal Member of Technical Staff at Oracle:

“If the SVP was in front of you, what would you say to her?”


May 6, 2014

Interview Question for Member of Technical Staff II at Charles Stark Draper Laboratory:

“The technical presentation (~30 minutes presenting, ~20 for questions, but it can go a lot of different ways) is the technically demanding portion of the interview. One-on-ones will go well if your…”


Apr 13, 2014

Interview Question for Senior Member of Technical Staff at Altera:

“As a former employee of the company, I had a lot of 'why do you want to come back to Altera?' and 'do you plan to leave again?',”


Apr 12, 2014

Interview Question for Member of Technical Staff at Salesforce.com:

“There were some puzzle type questions asked in the in-person interview which was required to be solved with a white board solution in 2 minutes to judge how you think I guess. It was unexpected..but…”


Apr 12, 2014

Interview Question for Member of Technical Staff at VMware:

“In total 7 rounds.
1st interview Telephonic- Gave a code to find out bugs and suggest improvements, Binary sort
2nd telephonic round - merging two linked lists in sorted order without using extra…”


Apr 12, 2014

Interview Question for Senior Member of Technical Staff at Alta Devices:

“Having to make a 1 hour presentation was a surprise but I had about a weeks notice to put something together.”


Apr 11, 2014

Interview Question for Member of Technical Staff at Technicolor:

“What do you dislike about your last Job”


Apr 7, 2014

Interview Question for Technical Staff Member at Los Alamos National Laboratory:

“Technical interviews are easy.”


Apr 5, 2014

Interview Question for Lead Member of Technical Staff at Salesforce.com:

“Read about Multi tenancy architecture and you will be fine.”