"Senior software engineers are the most experienced member of a software team and usually carry the most responsibility and authority of that team. Because of this, interviews will be designed to find candidates who have expert knowledge of the field and years of experience as a software engineer. Expect to be asked tough technical questions and to give examples of previous projects that you have worked on."
The skill test was interesting, but not really difficult. I felt more constrained by the amount of time I had and the developer "looking over my shoulder."
can you please share the some of the technical questions?
It has been over a year since the interview, but here's what I can remember: - One question was related to method calling in C++ inheritance. I couldn't remember a lot about that since it's been *years* that I've coded in C++. The hiring manager said they do not use C++ much, but yet I got a question related to it. - Within a set of integers representing an arbitrary waveform, find the peak value. - Bit manipulation in C (swap bytes, I think). - How would you go about finding the beginning of an image in a photo? That's all I can remember. Good luck.