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Netstar IT
A un First Line Field & Helpdesk Engineer Tier II le preguntaron...1 de febrero de 2016

Why aren't you interested in the role?

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There is a very high staff turnover according to previous reviews, the Agency will sell this to you as a regular Field Service Engineer role, but I've been on Police interviews under Caution that have been more pleasant. Go with an open mind, if you can do the hours and the commute (as well as travel to customer offices in central London and one or two in Essex), multitask (fix frozen iPhone 6s while stripping down laser printer and answering phone) have good customer facing skills, then this is right up your alley Menos

"We did not choose to hire the applicant due to the fact that some from more challenging, especially Urban cultures are not the most productive workers." That's actually racist as hell!!! I'm disappointed in you B.W. - that's if you are the same B.W I knew SHAME ON YOU... But I guess that doesn't surprise me considering that place a shambles lead by a dictator who rips off their clients and treats their staff like slaves & is more concerned about looking the part than actually investing in their staff. I'm beyond angry at your comment and i say again - SHAME ON YOU Menos

I had a 2nd interview with Netstar yesterday and I have to say it was the most uncomfortable experience I have had in my professional career to date. The Ops Manager and People and Culture Manager couldn't have been nicer. Shame the same cannot be said for the SDM.... his style of interviewing appears to be one of intimidation and constantly trying to assert his authority by giving negative scenarios and putting people in a corner to see how they react. Very much gave me the impression that it is either done his way or there is the door. Actually found him to be rather intimidating, almost to the point of bullying. When answering his questions the feed back from my answers was 'hmmm ok'. To pretty much all of them. There was no actual engagement around my answers from him. And the scenarios got more and more negative and, frankly ridiculous the more further through the interview I got. I would suggest that the SDM needs to work on his interview techniques, and move away from the alpha male approach and actually engage with candidates. Menos

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Print K distant siblings in a binary tree?

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Using DFS.

There's quite an extended back and forth in actual interviews for questions like this, so nothing quite like real practice. The Prepfully ClearTax Software Engineer-1 experts have actually worked in this role, so they're able to do an honest-to-God accurate mock, which really puts you through the paces. Menos


First Round - Code review round - Difficulty level was ok. A problem histogram has been sent on mail. Needed to be completed in an hour. The interviewer asked about the same assignment, all the optimisation possible in it. He was quite satisfied with my code and tweaks he asked for. In second round, three questions were asked- 1) Two pointer related problem - Was able to answer completely. 2) Water trapped between bars - Was able to answer completely 3) Split wise related problem - Was able to answer partially. Thought it as a graph problem but it was a naive array problem. It went well and she was satisfied with the approaches I gave. Third Round - Manager Round - Started with intro, then 1) Projects was asked - I discussed the project I did on my internship. 2) Anagram string problem was asked. 3) A database question was asked 4) Weaknesses, strengths and Hobbies 5) What have you done in Covid? these type of questions It went well and he was satisfied. I was told no more rounds now. Fourth Round - HR round - Started with intro, then 1) My journey as a civil engineer( I am from Non-CS background) in computer science. 2) My experience in competitive coding. 3) My computer science projects. A feedback for the HR team, kindly respect the time and effort put by the interviewee. Also, please try to be more active on mails and calls. And thank you for this interview experience.

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Answers explained above.

There's a lot of elements to typically cover in these questions, clarifications, scoping, making sure you're answering the actual question the interviewer is looking for you to answer, etc. Could be worth doing a mock interview with one of the Prepfully ClearTax Software Engineer-1 experts... they've worked in the role so they clearly know how to get through the interview. Menos

If you mother were to compare you to a less successful person at your previous job, what would she say?

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Forming a non-technical non-business answer in my mother's voice was a challenge. Menos


Why are you interested in our company?

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Tell me about your internship/project/research experience and how it can translate into your work responsibilities with us? Menos


What professional experience I had.

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I shared about my current job and some of my responsibilities.


Past experiences and tech knowledge.

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Just honestly told him about the work I've done during my past internship and about the projects and all. Menos

Focus Softnet

1st -- about yourself,family details,expected sal, previous company details , income details, reason for quitting previous job, 2nd day-- previous project details, .net architecture, mvc,joins,predefined functions in sql.

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but was no response back, worst management

Aurigo Software Technologies

One logical question was a simple scenario of Uber pool car service from driver end.

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I explained them in a technical way.

Instrumentation Laboratory

They were very interested in medical device experience

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I was from a different industry

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