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Binghamton, NY
1001 to 5000 employees
1946
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$50 to $100 million (USD) per year
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Binghamton University is one of the four university centers that belong to the State University of New York (SUNY) system. It offers graduate, undergraduate, and professional programs in arts and sciences, communications and public affairs, nursing, education, business, and ... Read more

Mission: A world-class institution, Binghamton offers students a broad, interdisciplinary education with an international perspective and one of the most vibrant research programs in the nation. Ranked among the elite public universities, Binghamton challenges students academically, not ... Read more

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    I worked at Binghamton University part-time (Less than a year)

    Pros

    Excellent growth opportunities, learn how to manage team dynamics, philanthropic work

    Cons

    time commitment, required a course to receive credits

    Advice to Management

    Jazell Johnson was an excellent leader of the program, however, there has been a transfer of power since my internship.

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Binghamton University photo of: The Binghamton University entrance.
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Binghamton University photo of: A Professor holding an interactive class in Binghamton University's Nature Preserve.
Binghamton University photo of: Jeanette Epps, a NASA astronaut, speaks with Binghamton University faculty and students.
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Binghamton University Interviews

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    Software Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Vestal, NY
    No Offer
    Neutral Experience
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    Application

    I applied through an employee referral. The process took a week. I interviewed at Binghamton University (Vestal, NY) in May 2009.

    Interview

    What position do you expect?
    What language do you want to answer with? (I choose C.)
    What kind of questions do you meet for the online assessment?

    what is static in C? how is it implemented by the compiler?
    write the definition of a function that returns both the max and min.
    why do you use the condition variable?
    how to implement a lock?
    Under what condition must you use linked list instead of array?
    what data structure can you use to store elements dynamically and access
    them efficiently?
    The complexity of finding any element in a linked list in the worst case.
    multi-thread library programming: did you write your multi-thread library
    with p-thread? is there any problem you have with you library?
    did you do your projects on linux? If you want to find a string in a file,
    what command should you use?
    do you know vector in C++?
    a question about real-time programming (I forgot)
    what is buffer overflow?

    Interview Questions

    • Given two classes:

      class B
      {
      public:
      B(args_1);
      B(args_2);
      // and many constructors with different arg lists
      };

      class D : public B
      {
      public:
      D(args_1) : B(args_1) {}
      D(args_2) : B(args_2) {}
      // and many constructors with different signatures similarly implemented
      // some additional stuff specific to D
      };

      Assume that the arg list for B's constructors are quite long and may be
      revised pretty often in the future, in which case D's constructors have
      to be recoded correspondingly. Duplicating the update by copy-and-paste
      will certainly work here. Can you propose a better way so that the
      update can be done in one place without copy-and-paste duplication?   Answer Question
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