BrowserStack Recruitment Process

About Company :

BrowserStack is a cloud-based cross-browser testing tool that enables developers to test their websites across various browsers on different operating systems and mobile devices, without requiring users to install virtual machines, devices or emulators.
The subscription-based service was founded by Ritesh Arora and Nakul Aggarwal in 2011 in Mumbai, India and since then it has gained widespread acceptance in the web development community worldwide to test the layout and performance of a website from their desktop browsers. As in June 2017, BrowserStack has 36,000 paid users and 520,000 registered developers in more than 135 countries.

In October 2015, BrowserStack was recognized as Bootstrap Champ by Economic Times Startup Awards. Know more about BrowserStack


Recruitment Process :

BrowserStack conducts 3-4 rounds to select freshers as a Web Developer/ Full Stack Developer/ Software Developer in their organization.

  • Online Coding Round
  • Technical Round 1
  • Technical Round 2
  • HR Round

Academic Criteria :

  • 70 percent or above in B.Tech, Class X and XII.
  • No backlogs at the time of interview

Written Round :
In online coding round you would be provided with 2 or 3 algorithm and data structure based problems. To clear this round, you are expected to have good knowledge of data structures and algorithms.

Technical Rounds :
Students who clear the written round are called for face-to-face Technical Interviews at their office.To clear this round you should be clear with your basics. You should be prepared with Data structures and Algorithms and concepts of web development. The questions asked are mostly algorithmic, technology based and some developmental tasks.

HR Round :
In this round you can expect general HR questions like :
1. Tell me about Yourself
2. Why BrowserStack ?
3. How you see yourself after five years from now ?
4. What are your strengths and weaknesses ?
5. Questions form resume

Questions Asked in BrowserStack :

  1. Comment Removal
  2. Factorials of large numbers
  3. Spirally traversing a matrix
  4. Print a Binary Tree in Vertical Order (Function Problem)
  5. Sorting Array
  6. Implement a remote ‘tailf’
  7. Code to take screenshot
  8. Design a monitoring server
  9. HTML parser
  10. Sql Parser
  11. more >>

Interview Experiences

It is always beneficial if you know what it is to be there at that moment. So, to give you an advantage, we provide you Interview Experiences of candidates who have been in your situation earlier. Make the most of it.

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