It was on Campus in an IIT.
Don’t just jump into the solution. They judge your thought process. Start with the simplest solution and build up on that, optimize that.
Know your resume. They asked a lot of questions about projects and internships that I mentioned in my resume. Make sure that you are able to describe whatever you have written on your resume.
Think out loud. Make sure you handle all corner cases while answering coding questions.
There were a total of three rounds. Each round was of 50 minutes. First, there was a coding round, followed by system design round and finally a HR round.
Each round started with interviewer giving his/her introduction and what he/she is working on followed by detailed technical or HR interview and then 5-10 minutes for questions from the interviewee.
Round 1 :
- Josephus problem.
- Interviewer wanted analytical solution.
- A simple problem based on DFS.
- Interviewer wanted proper code with all corner cases with proper function names etc.
- Finally, there was a discussion on various projects and internships that I mentioned in my resume.
Round 2 :
- Design a game leaderboard displaying top rankers from different regions.
- Take reliability, availability and latency into account for system design questions.
- Discussion on choice of databases : SQL based vs NoSQL.
- Discussion on latency, availability and reliability (CAP theorem).
- Database design for the system.
- API design.
- What happens when you type an address on a web browser and hit enter. Followed by questions related to DNS like what it is and how it works etc. This was followed by a question about how would I design DNS.
- This was followed by discussion on projects that I mentioned in my resume.
Round 3 :
- Discussion on various projects and internships that I mentioned in my resume.
- Discussion on scalability of work done during my internship.
- Discussion on some of the open source development I have been involved in.
- General HR questions.
- Discussion on work culture in Apple.
- Apple Siri Team Leader Interview Experience
- Amazon Interview Experience | Set 167 (SDE I for 1 year 6 months experience)
- Adobe Interview Experience for MTS-1 (1.5 Years Experience)
- Walmart Lab Interview Experience | Set 7 (Off-Campus 3 Years Experience)
- Walmart Lab Interview Experience | Set 8 (Off-Campus 3 Years Experience)
- Brocade Interview Experience | Set 2 (For Software Engineer 0-2.5 Years Experience)
- Amazon Interview Experience | Set 241 (1.5 years experience)
- Amazon Interview Experience | Set 242 (1 Year Experience)
- Amazon Interview Experience | Set 243 (2.5 Years Experience)
- Oyo Rooms Interview Experience | Set 3 (For Backend Engineer, Experience <=1yrs)
- Amazon Interview Experience | Set 248 (4.8 Yrs Experience for SDE II)
- Goldman Sachs Interview Experience | Set 23 (2+ years Experience for Java Developer Role)
- Amazon Interview Experience | Set 391 (SDE-2, 5.5 years Experience)
- Arcesium Interview Experience | Set 5 (3+ years experience - Developer profile)
- Amazon Interview Experience | 401 (3+Years Experience for SDE II)
- Oyo Rooms Interview Experience | Set 12 (4+ experience Backend Developer)
- Microsoft Interview Experience | Set 151 (SDE-2 3.5 years experience)
- Paytm Interview Experience | Set 21 (5+ Experience)
- Goldman Sachs Interview Experience | Set 39 (1.5 years experience)
- Microsoft Interview Experience | Set 169 (SDE 2 for 3.5 years experience)
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