Problem of the day
Tip 2 : Be prepared with the library/framework's basics that you've used in projects, in my case it was React.js and React paired with Redux is what everyone asks.
Tip 3 : Have stories to present based on your past experience, working on projects helps you run into situatuons you'd otherwise not experience, so you'd be having substantial information to cite based on the challenges you've faced and how you overcame.
Tip 1 : Have projects specific to React/Angular on resume
Tip 2 : Mention in details the list of dependencies/technologies you used in those projects
It was a meet and greet round wherein my background was evaluated, the interviewer had me walkthrough all the projects that I have done and my interest in open source as well as technical competencies, post that I was made to solve a data structures based question. It was more or less around to figure out what my background is and how my qualifications match with the companies requirements.
This round was conducted by the Vice President, where I was asked questions pertaining to my projects and technologies used.
1) API design using Express.js
2) Security testing using Veracode.
3) Event loop in JS.