Software Engineer Co Op Interview Questions

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Charles River Development Interviews

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Amazon.com Interviews

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Diebold Interviews

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Jun 7, 2014

Interview Question for Anonymous at Diebold:

“Pretty standard interview with no unexpected questions. As it was an internship, focus was primarily on soft skills such as working as part of a team.”


Apr 11, 2014

Interview Question for Anonymous at Charles River Development:

“Some of the technical questions were tough for my lacking of expertise but not particularly difficult. Data structure questions, object oriented focused questions, etc.”


Mar 8, 2014

Interview Question for Software Engineer Co-op Intern at Seapine Software, Inc.:

“Asked some questions about classes in OOP.”


Feb 16, 2014

Interview Question for Anonymous at Emerson Process Management:

“Ask me about my plan for the future or next semester”


Nov 14, 2013

Interview Question for Anonymous at GMO:

“Nothing unexpected. Few of the process related questions are a bit though provoking”


Oct 30, 2012

Interview Question for Anonymous at Cypress Semiconductor:

“If you drop a rock out of a boat, does the real height of the boat rise or fall?”


Oct 3, 2012

Interview Question for Software Engineer Co-Op at RailComm:

“When is the right time to optimize the code?”


Apr 30, 2012

Interview Question for Anonymous at Amazon.com:

“What is a binary search tree and how to get an ordered array from the tree”


Apr 30, 2012

Interview Question for Anonymous at Amazon.com:

“How to print a link list reversely”


Apr 8, 2012

Interview Question for Software Engineering Co-op at Halliburton:

“Write a function that can converts capital letters to small letters for a given string. Any programming language is acceptable.”