Here is the hiring process they followed (in my case):
Round-1: (Online Coding Round)
An orienteering map is to be given in the following format.
######## #@....G# ##.##@## #..@..S# #@.....# ########
Calculate the minimum distance from the start(S) to the goal(G) with passing all the checkpoints(@).
‘.’ means an opened-block that players can pass.
‘#’ means a closed-block that players cannot pass.
It is allowed to move only by one step vertically or horizontally.
1 <= width <= 100, 1 <= height <= 100
The maximum number of checkpoints is 18.
Return -1 if given arguments do not satisfy specifications, or players cannot arrive at the goal from the start by passing all the checkpoints.
The input is to be given in the following format, from the standard input.
W H Row1 Row2 ... RowH
The first row is to describe the width and the height of the orienteering map, sectioned by a space.
Output into the standard output, and put a return.
Implement a Immutable Queue in Java.
In both of these question Code skeleton was provided.
After this, we had to select our location and dates of the interview also.
It was 13th September and we went there for the interview. Interview was further taken in 4 different rounds.
1. Live Coding – In this round the interviewer asked to optimize and code the first problem in the given assignment and print the complete path from source to goal in 45-60 min.
2. Aptitude – 30 MCQs from P&C, Probability, Contribution, Profit – Loss, Time and Work etc. to be done in 1 hour.
3. Live Coding & Technical Discussion – In this round an engineer discussed the technologies I have worked on and then gave me another problem to code. It was to print all the permutations of a string in sorted order. He gave me a software designing problem and asked me how will you proceed with that and what ideas are you proposing for that kind of a design? And then he asked me about my internship experience with Oracle and what work I was doing that time.
4. H.R. –
Not to mention but it was the best round among all. She asked me some usual questions like how their interview process was, the differences I found in the process, why I want to work with them, how I fit in their organization.
If you like GeeksforGeeks and would like to contribute, you can also write an article and mail your article to email@example.com. See your article appearing on the GeeksforGeeks main page and help other Geeks
- Works Applications Interview Experience | Set 1 (Japan)
- Works Applications Interview Experience | Set 3
- Spring Works Interview Experience
- Applied Research Works Interview Experience for Software Developer
- Oracle Interview Experience | Applications Engineer
- Oracle Interview Experience for Applications Engineer | On-Campus
- Oracle Interview Experience for Applications Engineer Role(2020)
- ZS Associates - Software Engineer (Applications) Position
- Amazon Interview Experience | Set 167 (SDE I for 1 year 6 months 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)