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Software Engineer Interview Questions in Syracuse, NY

Software engineers write programs to design and develop computer software. Interviews are highly technical, so come ready to work through coding problems and math brainteasers. The specific questions you are asked will depend on what type of programming position you are looking for. Try researching a specific software discipline such as web development, application development, or system development.

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Second Round: This was a bit difficult. The question is to generate sample math problems(additions) for a 8th grade student and the results should be stored in such a way that they can be printed when required. Sample problem is 7+8=_____ The constraints are:- 1) The numbers that are to be added should be <=9 2) The result should be <=17

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this actually fairly simple, for the second constraint its x+y &lt;=17, then all you need to do is have a random generator that finds some x solve for y (i.e. y&lt;=17-x, that way you dont have to use the random generator twice and then have run it multiple times to make sure the result is valid) then a simple if statement to test whether user input is correct

one more thing to get every result less than 17 , you would have to another if statement that uses 2 randomly generatored numbers if x+y &lt;=17 isnt true do what i mentioned earlier

What do you think separates your fro the many applicants applying for this position?

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Tell me about a time when somebody disagreed strongly with a decision of yours. What did you do?

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Tell me about a time you had to deal with a difficult team member.

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How do you deal with difficult people?

Typical questions relate to embedded programming and working with RTOS as well as model based design. Lots of innovation has been going on as new projects are developing. They typically look for application development in embedded systems and on the Linux side of things.

Please explain a project that you have worked on.

What is OOP? What is polymorphism? What is inheritance? What is an abstract class? What is FINAL in java? Complete Whizz-bang question you have 13 minutes.