Software Development Summer Intern Interview Questions

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Amazon.com Interviews

2 Software Development Summer Intern Interview Questions and Reviews

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Northrop Grumman Interviews

1 Software Development Summer Intern Interview Question and Review

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S&P Capital IQ Interviews

1 Software Development Summer Intern Interview Question and Review

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Apr 16, 2014

Interview Question for Anonymous at S&P Capital IQ:

“What do you know about S&P Capital IQ?
Explain in detail the process of software development.”


Mar 12, 2014

Interview Question for Anonymous at Pointwise:

“The phone interview was very organized. They had four people over on the phone at the same time (managers, engineers, etc.) and each of them had questions prepared related to their own area of…”


Jan 3, 2013

Interview Question for Anonymous at Microsoft:

“None were too difficult or unexpected. One I hadn't seen before was give all the test cases for a function which accepts a rectangle and a line and tests to see if any point of the line is inside…”


Sep 1, 2012

Interview Question for Anonymous at Imprev:

“The first question given to me was the most difficult. It was a logic puzzle, and asked which of four statements about the puzzle was true. I could have sketched a logic puzzle grid, but I decided…”


Mar 6, 2011

Interview Question for Anonymous at Salesforce.com:

“Given 999 distinct numbers between 1 and 1000, find one/two that is/are missing.”


Mar 6, 2011

Interview Question for Anonymous at Salesforce.com:

“Find a pair of numbers that sums up to zero (or any other number), then find three (and then four) numbers that sum up to zero.”


Mar 6, 2011

Interview Question for Anonymous at Salesforce.com:

“Quick Sort code”


Jul 18, 2009

Interview Question for Anonymous at VMware:

“Look at the image of a C++ snippet and identify syntactical and logical errors.”