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Phone Pe Interview Experience for Fresher Software Development, Sep 2020

Posted: 18 Nov 2020
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Interview Process

Online Coding Interview

Moderate
Duration:
90 minutes
Interview-Date:
17 Sep 2020
Problems:
3

3 coding Questions:
1st : Easy question based on simple loop iteration
2nd :Medium level Dp question 
3rd : Medium level tree question(where we were not just required to complete the tree function but to build whole bst from 
scratch) 

It was conducted from 1:30 - 3:00 pm.
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Preparation

Duration:
1+2 months (rigorous practicing)
Topics:
1. C++ basic Coding + Data structures knowledge (learned during the two years of college Courses + Coding Ninjas course of C++ introduction and C++ data structures) 2. OOPs + Pointers (best and complete material for interviews is available at Geeks for geeks) 3. Dynamic programming and Recursion best explained in (Coding Ninjas course) + (Youtube channel of Aditya Verma if you want free material ) 4. Graphs , Hashmaps and Priority Queues (again I found Coding Ninjas course to be super amazing) 5. Operating system + DBMS(theory part) (I found best material of Gate smashers (youtube channel)) 6. Networking (just required for very few companies) (I liked TutorialsPoint tutorials a lot (very concise and to the point ))
Preparation Tip

Tip 1 : Practice atleast(easy and medium questions from leetcode under(Top Interview Questions)) and all the questions from Gfg under(must to do coding questions for interviews))
Tip 2 : Don't learn each and every question you solved but try to solve question in a way that you can solve its variation during interviews
Tip 3 : Do one project(one is enough) which you can explain with full technical details (why you used this technology, and all logics you applied in implementation) 
Tip 4: Atleast read the round 1 (Coding round) Archives from (Geeks for geeks or Glassdoor). To get your mind prepared for the types of questions that company usually asks.(Coding round is the toughest Step in the whole Process to clear)

Application Process

Where:
Campus
Eligibility:
CGPA above 6 and no backlogs (there was no branch criteria for eligibility)
Resume Tip

Tip 1: Have at least one project which you have made yourself and you should know all the technical questions related to that project (I feel project domain hardly matters like web development or android or ML/AI)
Tip 2: You should Put only those skills in resume :
1. Which the company requires (eg if you know company doesn't require Networking domain knowledge so 
don't include it unnecessary if you are not much confident in it)
2. For on campus internships resume shortlisting is very easy so don't add anything unnecessary which might 
cause you pain during interview.

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