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Technology Analyst Interview Questions in Irving, TX

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Summer Technology Analyst at Goldman Sachs was asked...

Feb 12, 2018
 Minimum number of races to find the fastest horse among 25 races and a racecourse where 5 horses can be raced simultaneously.1 Answer7

Technology Analyst at Goldman Sachs was asked...

Dec 13, 2017
 What was a timeline for a project and how did you meet itBe the first to answer this question

Technology Analyst at Goldman Sachs was asked...

Dec 13, 2017
 What was a problem u faced and how did you fix it1 AnswerHi! Thanks so much for sharing your experience! I had my superday at the Irving office last week and really liked there. If you don't mind, can you share when did you hear back from them after the superday? They said one or two weeks but as time passes by I get so nervous. Thanks a lot!

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Dec 13, 2017
 Abstract class vs interface and when to use whichBe the first to answer this question

Technology Infrastructure Analyst at Citi was asked...

Nov 30, 2017
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Technology Infrastructure Analyst at Citi was asked...

Nov 30, 2017
 What do you know about Citi and what makes you want to work for our company? Be the first to answer this question

Summer Technology Analyst at Goldman Sachs was asked...

Nov 5, 2017
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May 3, 2017
 Logic game: 3 boxes containing Apples, Oranges, Apples & Oranges. All boxes are labeled incorrectly. You can pick only a single fruit from only 1 box. Re-label them correctly. 2 AnswersSo you start with the one with A&O label, bc the other two are symmetrical and will put you in a dilemma. You pick a fruit from the A&O box - if it's Apple, then it's actually an apple box, you switch the label with the box labeled as Apple. Now you've solved one (Apple) box, you only have two left to solve - simply switch the A&O label with the rest untouched box, bc otherwise it means the untouched box has been labeled correctly, which is not the case. Thanks for sharing! Nice problem from the green book. Wish I had puzzle/probability/math problems instead of algorithm on my superday lolHint: All the labels are incorrect

Senior Technology Analyst at Citi was asked...

Sep 29, 2015
 What qualities do you have that make you a fit for this position.Be the first to answer this question

Summer Analyst - Technology at Goldman Sachs was asked...

Nov 21, 2014
 Design an algorithm for a business executive to manage meetings. The basic idea is simple, but they drilled down your algorithm to satisfy various requirements.Be the first to answer this question
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