Problem of the day
Tip 1 : When you are explaining the approach to a question, try to parallelly think about how you would code it.
Tip 2 : Read the previous interview experiences. It would give a fair idea of the kind of questions one should expect.
Tip 3 : Practice atleast 200 questions from coding platforms like CodeZen, LeetCode, Interviewbit as they contain common
Tip 1 : Mention at least 1 project and past work experience as it sets good impression.
Tip 2 : Try to keep your resume of 1 Page.
This round was conducted in Hackerrank portal for a total duration of 75 minutes and was divided into 4 sections.
1st Section : Aptitude Section : 14 questions , 28 minutes
2nd Section : Technical Section : 12 questions , 17 minutes
3rd Section :1 coding Questions : 20 minutes+30 minutes
Write a query that prints a list of employee names (i.e.: the name attribute) for employees in Employee having a salary greater than $2000 per month who have been employees for less than months. Sort your result by ascending employee_id.
Given a Problem Statement and a Code we need to find the bug in the code and correct the given code.
I was shared a link of Google Meet and the Google Docs was shared where there was 1 coding problem to be coded there and then the code was run on an IDE to check the sample tests.
Then the interview was followed by a lot of Operating System and Computer System Architecture Questions.
There were 2 Interviewers and both were helpful.
The timing was from 2:30 PM to 4:00 PM
1. The string ‘S’ consists of only lowercase English alphabets...
The round was held on Google Meet with HR from 3:00 PM to 3:15 PM.
The HR was friendly and asked the basic questions.
How quickly do you adapt to new technology?
What software packages are you familiar with?
Tip 1 : Have practical approach towards the questions.
Tip 2 : Be confident and voice should be loud and clear