A year ago, I interviewed with Google. Google has been my ideal employer for a while, and I greatly appreciated the opportunity and enjoyed the experience.
Unfortunately, my algorithm skills were not quite up to par. I was
told to work on them and interview again in a year. Based on my own
analysis of how well I did with the questions, I wa... [More]
What should I expect from a phone interview with Google?
I have a phone interview which I never done this kind of interview by
phone. What should I expect? Learn? Prepare?
Any tip may help.
A: First of all, congratulations on having the opportunity to work at a top company...
You must have very attractive credentials on p... [More]
I had a phone interview with Google this morning. Overall it was a
pleasant and slightly fun experience. I do not think I botched it up
too badly, but I definitely do not think I had a slam dunk either. Here
are the questions the Google engineer asked me in the interview:
Describe pluggable abstract domains to me. This one related directly... [More]
Tags: puzzle |
Posted by Admin
10/28/2008 9:46 AM |
The following puzzle was given to me by a friend who claimed it was
given in a Google interview. If you can confirm or debunk this claim
just post a comment - until then I am sure the headline will generate
some traffic .
The original question as it was given to me was:
Given an array with 2n+1 integer elements, n elements appear twice in... [More]
I sat in the waiting room with one other applicant. He was older
than me by about ten years. Judging by our clothes, it was clear that
we were taking different approaches to this once-in-a-lifetime
He dressed professionally. Black suit, white shirt, striped tie. His
dress shoes were polished, and their shine matched well with ... [More]
Tags: opinion |
Posted by Admin
10/26/2008 8:55 AM |
Stephen Wynkoop posted an interesting question regarding social networks last week on sswug.org.
Basically he is curious if people are using social networking sites to
help make hiring decisions. Here is what he had to say ...
had an interesting question posed today. The gist of it was that
someone was inte... [More]
don't just want you to have a great job. We want you to have a great
life. We provide you with everything you need to be productive and
happy on and off the clock.”
Larry Page, Google Co-founder
The process begins with searching for a job opening that interests you... [More]
Tags: questions |
Posted by Admin
10/19/2008 10:28 AM |
So the economy is really bad and your job might be on the line,
Google is always looking for new talent. Here are 2 questions that they
asked a friend of mine. What would you answer?
1. You have been shrunk down to the size of a nickel and tossed
into a blender. You are told that the blender blades will start in 60
seconds.What would you do ... [More]
Interesting digg on Google's messed up hiring process. Can't help but
sympathize with some of those guys, especially after hearing the tale
of a friend (from school): This guy goes through the the usual process
(for a developer's position) - lotsa prepping, anxiety, sweating,
mental stress, and tons & tons of tricky questions th... [More]
First, let's make it clear: I never worked at Google, but the following post is the result of my extensive research of google's interview process. This is my version of their interviewer guide, and I can't promise that it is totally accurate.
Google's interview process
is build around the idea that the candidate must never know or... [More]
Google meeting informal, meeting gondola, meeting room pictures…
Google pictures: Relax room, restaurent, microkitchen, gym and others…
Google rest room