Software Performance Engineer Interview Questions

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MathWorks Interviews

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Jun 14, 2013

Interview Question for Software Performance Engineer at State Street Bank and Trust/SSGA:

“Most people talk about enabling the Extended Log feature in the Run-time Settings Vuser GUI, For example: Parameter Substitution and/or Data Returned by the Server and/or Advanced Trace check boxes…”

May 1, 2013

Interview Question for Software Performance Engineer at Okta:

“Lots of questions about different architecture. One which came to mind is to design a job scheduler.”

Apr 10, 2013

Interview Question for Software Engineer In Test & Performance at Sumo Logic:

“Given a binary search tree write an algorithm that converts the tree into a linked list which is space minimal.”

Apr 10, 2013

Interview Question for Software Engineer In Test & Performance at Sumo Logic:

“Given an integer matrix that is sorted ascending in each row and each column write an algorithm that find an integer X or returns false.”

Sep 27, 2012

Interview Question for Software Performance Engineer at MathWorks:

“How would you define custom memory management for a class in C++? How about if you wanted to return blocks of memory to the OS?”

Aug 9, 2010

Interview Question for Software Performance QA Engineer at Informatica:

“Difference between hashtable and hashmap”

Aug 9, 2010

Interview Question for Software Performance QA Engineer at Informatica:

“How to remove duplicates from an array.”

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