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    Senior Software Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Mountain View, CA
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    Application

    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Nimbula (Mountain View, CA) in February 2011.

    Interview

    I had three phone interviews.
    The first one was non technical.
    The next two interviews were one hour technical interviews.
    After the last phone interview I was supposed to go to an on site interview but I didn't hear back from them yet. I also didn't ask what's happening since the things at my current job are getting better ;-).

    Interview Questions

    • A File System with directories at many levels. A duplicate of a file will have the same file name. We can treat the first instance encountered as a master copy, all others are duplicates.

      Write a program to remove the subsequent copies of the file and create symbolic links to the first copy encountered (the master copy).   1 Answer
    • Write a C program which will construct a binary (search) tree from an array of integers and then provide a function to walk the tree in-order.

      int data[] = { 100, 7, 200, 8, 299 };   1 Answer
    • Write a function that will reverse a string in the following fashion:
      Input: "My name is Amanda"
      Output: "Amanda is name My"   3 Answers
    • You are given a sorted array of integer. Describe an algorithm that finds two numbers in that array whose sum equals a given number.

      What's the complexity of your algorithm ? Can you do better ?   1 Answer
    • What will this program do ?
      ========
      int main(void)
      {
            char *s = "123";
            s[0] = 'a';
            printf("%s", s);
      }
      ========   4 Answers

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