Lead web developer Interview Questions
28Lead Web Developer interview questions shared by candidates
So how do you implement workflow?3 Answers
Me: So to implement workflow, you need to actually map out the "work flow" ... NO. NO. NO. How do you implement it? Me: Well, you do realize that you have to map out the workflow, right? Have you used the WorkFlow Designer? It leverages Microsoft Visio to map out the "work flow" as a diagram.... Yes, I know that but how do you make it work? Me: Well, once you map the "work flow" then you save it and you have to code C# fragments that you attach to each node in the diagram that performs a specific action. So the actual diagram is key to the workflow implementation, because the rest is just C# fragments.... Ok. ok. ok. Next question. It turns out that he is a Java guy, like 75% of Silicon Valley and as soon as you say C# they "tune out" and do not want to hear more. Less
The point was to highlight the lack of diversity and how unwelcome I felt after being asked to come in for an interview, but if you must know. I include India when I say asian, but maybe some prefer differentiating asian, south asian, etc. Just gets silly. Anyway, interviewer #1 was probably Chinese female from the name. Interviewer #2 was Indian male. Interviewer #2 was definitely Chinese male. As for the people I saw in the cubicles, they were all Indian males from the people I saw conferencing together in cubicles, and the other 2 people interviewing were Indian females. Explicit enough detail for you? I really enjoy walking around the Google campus. VMware is also another GREAT campus. So much diversity in terms of age, race, etc although I know those campuses have a TON of students interning and working temporarily there, so they might not be permanent staff. Less
Are you including Indians as Asian? Were there a lot of Indians? Or mix?