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Charles River Development Engineer Interview Questions

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Anonymous Interview Candidate
Declined Offer
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Interview

Phone interview was followed by in person interview, analytical test and reference check. The interview process was quick except that the recruiter whom I interacted never even cared to explain about the benefits, company etc and was just simply rude.

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  • One of the person who interviewed was very critical of the company policies especially the 9 hr a day and no work from home policy. This was very uncomfortable as well as surprising especially during the interview process.   1 Answer

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    Engineering Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Burlington, MA
    Accepted Offer
    Neutral Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Charles River Development (Burlington, MA) in January 2009.

    Interview

    Standard phone screen questions on the phone such as understanding of Java collections, OOD/OOP.
    More detailed questions on the interview. Mostly along the same lines. Written database knowledge test. (If you know how to write inner and outer joins, you'll be fine) plus English language test for non-native speakers (easy).

    Interview Questions

    • This isn't really the most difficult question
      i've ever heard but...

      Say you have the following classes

      class A
      { public String doIt() { return "A"; } }

      class B extends A
      { public String doIt() { return "B"; } }

      class C
      { public static String doIt() { return "C"; } }

      class D extends C
      { public static String doIt() { return "D"; } }

      Now consider the following code snippet

      A b = new B();
      String s1 = b.doIt();
      C d = new D();
      String s2 = d.doIt();

      What will be the values of s1 and s2?  
      2 Answers

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