I had a phone interview, then an onsite interview at Intel in Folsom, California, for the position of Graphics Software Engineer. They mostly asked questions about C++.
Round 1: Phone interview
-Tell me about yourself
-What is a template in C++
-How would you resolve an issue within a group when working on a group project
Round 2: Onsite interview
-Asked questions about resume and projects
-Why are you interested in this position
-Difference between stack and heap
-What is an inline function
-What is a virtual function and why is it needed
-What is virtual memory
-Difference between array and linked list
-What is a page fault
-How do you set the last 2 bits in a number?
-Why do we need to use templates
-What is the difference between a class and a struct?
-Question about access modifiers
Here are some tips for you:
-Go over your resume often
-Review C++ concepts and operating systems concepts
-Review data structures such as arrays and linked lists
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