Problem of the day
Tip 1 : Be focused on concepts and not coverage area.
Tip 2 : Be prepared to communicate your solution properly.
Tip 3 : Be frank to your interviewer if you know you won't be able to solve a problem, don't waste their and your time.
Tip 1 : Include Projects that you have already done.
Tip 2 : Be sure to write skills that you are sure you know.
It was a cognitive logical thinking exam, including games and puzzles.
Included puzzles regarding memory, logical thinking, basic mathematics and various basic skills.
Each question was timed.
It was a very interactive game based test.
Match the orientations according to the rotation degrees suggested
This round included 2 problems
1. A Coding question
2. A SQL Query problem
This round had 3 questions.
1. A coding question
2. A SQL query problem
3. A business logic implementation problem
This question included a large problem including the basics and condition of a business problem in my case related to various taxes, and I had to form a solution to get the final output.There wasn't any direct formula given but very basic instructions which had to be understood and formulated into a formula. It was a very lengthy problem and consumed a lot of time.
This was an interview on Webex, there were two seniors who were very humble and friendly.
They first asked me to introduce myself and then to elaborate on my projects and then asked me questions based on those.
It was a fun interaction on problem-solving, projects, recent issues and stuff.
If I leave you in a room along with 4 people of software engineers and I give you time to formulate any idea or a project, what will it be?
What projects you have worked on?