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Anonymous Interview Candidate in Austin, TX
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at (Austin, TX) in April 2017.


Interview Process was very professional and streamlined once again. Just like any top notch company, though these folks are start up they are pretty good. So the interview process starts with initial email from HR and then after agreeing for a time slot, HR then sets up the interview with one of their Dev teams, for me here i had both the team members for the initial phone verbal interview.
On the phone interview day which lasted about 30 minutes, was asked few basic general Android questions which i will post below.

After clearing the first phone verbal interview, the interviewers were clear on what next rounds would be and they said it would a android app assignment project and then a onsite interview for 2.5 hrs.
All too excited to hear as it sounds.

After submitting the android app, i got the result a week later that i was not considered for the role further. It was again another shocking after previous week and i had expected to make it onsite.
Anyways i don't regret it and it was another great experience would have loved to work with the folks @ uShip but its okay.

Interview Questions

  • Initial Verbal Phone Screen questions:
    1. Life cycle of activity,
    2. Ways in which data can be passed between activities.
    3. Couple of questions on running network call on UI thread causing app to stall and unresponsive
    4. Async task methods when to use and why
    5. Basic questions on what is broadcast and service.
    6. Intent defnition   Answer Question
  • Android app assignment question was:
    i would not reveal the link of the app to be built of straight away but here is the clue,

    Pick any website on google search where or which would expose its services to be consumed by any mobile app be it Android or iOS.
    Using which you get a JSON response from a Restful API and then build a app which does everything a basic Android Developer must and should know   Answer Question
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