Round 1:(30 mins)
It was Face to Face Interview. Interviewer asked the below questions.
1) Self Introduction
2) Explain roles and responsibility in last project
3) Explain storage classes in C
4) constant pointer, pointer to constant difference
5) Dynamic memory allocation malloc, calloc, realloc. How does free() knows the size of the memory to be freed.
6) find middle element of linked-list
7) consumer producer problem
8) linux commands to search for a file, to find memory occupied by processes
Round 2:(15 mins)
It was a telephonic interview with the manager.
Interviewer asked about my role in previous company and asked me question on vlan, basic switching and routing etc.,
Round 3:(10 mins)
It was also a telephonic interview with HR.
1) Brief about yourself
2) why do you want to change company?
3) why HCL
4) job location and salary discussions
- Walmart Labs Interview Experience | Set 17 (Experienced Java Development Stack)
- Sandisk Interview Experience | Set 6 (For Software Development)
- C-DOT(Centre for Development of Telematics) Interview Experience | Set 2
- Adobe ( Product development) Internship Interview
- Oracle Interview Experience | Set 18 (On-Campus for GBU App Development)
- Oracle Interview Experience | Set 19 (On-Campus for App Development)
- Bloomberg Interview | Set 3 (For Software Development Programmer)
- Oracle Interview | Set 9 (On campus for Application Development profile)
- Amazon Interview | Set 58 (On-campus for Software Development Engineer)
- Adobe (Product development) Internship Interview On Campus
- CDOT (Centre for Development of Telematics) Interview Experience
- Cadence interview Experience | Software Development Engineer
- Oracle Interview Experience | Set 28 (Application Development Engineer)
- Jabong Interview Experience for Software Development Engineer
- Walmart Labs Interview Experience (Off Campus, Engineer 2 Development)
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