Senior Development Engineer Interview Questions

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Jan 17, 2013

Interview Question for Senior Software Development Engineer In Test (SDET) at Microsoft:

“Find the most amount of palindromes in a given string.”


Dec 10, 2012

Interview Question for Anonymous at ArthroCare:

“Was asked very pointed questions by one of the directors, questions like "what does everyone else do better than you". And then "give me a specific example of when you failed". There were about…”


Nov 15, 2012

Interview Question for Senior Software Development Engineer at Amazon.com:

“Write a function to allocated two dimensional rectangles within a larger area.”


Oct 28, 2012

Interview Question for Senior Development Engineer at Seagate Technology:

“Behavioral interview questions! Just a few though. For example, how do handle conflict? What would you do if a team member isn't completing his work? Tell me 2 weaknesses, not just one.”


Oct 6, 2012

Interview Question for Senior Product Development Engineer at AMD:

“Detailed analyzing of certain processing steps and the motivation behind it.”


Sep 20, 2012

Interview Question for Anonymous at Microsoft:

“Nothing really unexpected. I would say that reading the "Programming Interviews Exposed" book got me the job.”


Sep 4, 2012

Interview Question for Senior Software Development Engineer at Microsoft:

“There were a couple difficult sorting type questions that required some deep thought. However, the coding wasn't difficult once an algorithm was identified.”


Aug 16, 2012

Interview Question for Senior Software Development Engineer at Microsoft:

“Shortest path graph question you should probably be up on if you just graduated, if not review Skienna or one of those texts.”


Aug 14, 2012

Interview Question for Senior Software Development Engineer In Test (SDET) at Microsoft:

“finad all plaindromes ina string.”


Aug 3, 2012

Interview Question for Senior Software Development Engineer at Microsoft:

“N-Queen problem -”