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On a demandé à un Software Engineer/Developer for Microsoft Windows Azure Fabirc Foundations Group...9 mai 2011

Assume that you are given the head and tail pointers of a doubly linked list where each node can also have a single child pointer to another similar doubly linked list. There are no cycles in this structure outside of the traditional double links. Write a procedure in C++ that flattens this structure into a single list.

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Do you know the name of the book?

I don't know the particular book it was taken from. However, a colleague recommends the book: _Programming Interviews Exposed_ by John Mongan The second edition is available, but a third edition (with two additional authors) is on its way and available for pre-order on Amazon. There are several other similar books. For example, _Cracking the Coding Interview: 150 Programming Questions and Solutions_ by Gayle Laakmann McDowell _Programming Pearls_ by Jon Bently _Puzzles for Programmers and Pros_ by Dennis Shasha _How Would You Move Mount Fuji?: Microsoft's Cult of the Puzzle -- How the World's Smartest Companies Select the Most Creative Thinkers_ by William Poundstone and many others you can probably find by looking at Amazon's recommendations when viewing the descriptions of those books. Moins

Glad to help! And many of those coding-specific books include lots of questions about operations on linked lists. I have a feeling that the questions asked to me probably come from that set of books (or a book that shares a source with one of those). There might be some variation, but the basic principles should be the same. Moins

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NTT Global Data Centers Americas, Inc.

I was asked about FSMO roles and wanted me to explain RAID configurations. Asked me to explain how long a security change would take to replicate across a domain. Also asked me to explain how DHCP functions. Define "Netstat".

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Sounds like you didn't do that great. Just take it and do better on the next interview. Moins

I was a bit rattled and could not think clearly and did not expect to be grilled from a recruiter within the first 2 minutes of the conversation, so I blew it about giving him the information which I knew but mostly dribbled a response. Moins

It happens to virtually everyone. Just take a deep breath. If possible, write down the question and answers. Then explain it from the top of your head using the answers as reference. FSMO Roles: Infrastructure master, RID master, PDC Emulator master. RAID(0,1,5,10). 0 is mirroring, requires minimum of 2 disks; 1-striping(2 disk), 5-striping with parity bit(3 disk minimum). 10-Mirroring with striping(I think this is 3 not sure though). Configuring RAID is easy using dynamic volume in disk management on windows OS; or using mdadm in Linux OS. Security change replicated throughout domain depends on how fast the link is( with 10GE Ethernet, it is incredibly fast). DHCP allows dynamic assignment of IP addresses to computers in an Enterprise. Remember DORA when explaining DHCP. Moins

Jennison Associates

In a room full of computers, one of the PCs is connected to a monitor but there is no signal. How would you go about troubleshooting to see establish a connection?

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I would first start by checking if the HDMI cable is functional and I would check for any loose connections on both sides of the cable. I would try connecting the monitor to another PC in the room to see if the monitor is functional or not. Assuming the monitor is functional, the GPU may not be working on the PC. If the GPU works, then see if the monitor is set to the proper source such as HDMI 1 or HDMI 2. Moins


Do you know how to deploy app as Beta version?

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I explained procedure for deploying app as Beta version.

Cognizant Technology Solutions

Based on Skill set

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Depend on the question


2 SQL challenges 2 Python challenges

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I got 2 out of 4 correct, and 1 partially correct.


Write a procedure in C that reverses the letters of a null-terminated string. Then write another procedure in C that reverses the words of a null-terminated sentence.

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There are answers that are space optimal (e.g., reverse the words of a sentence by reversing the letters of a sentence and then reversing the letters of each word in place) and other answers that are time optimal (e.g., copy data into new data structures with the desired properties). This apparently is also another classic programming interview question. Moins


If given an unlimited budget how would you build a network from the ground up?

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Vague open ended questions. No objectives or requirements stated.


Too many Data Structures and algorithm questions

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Job description said "7-10 years of experience programming Windows applications in C# and/or C++, .NET Framework", but interviewer Tamas Kalman insisted on asking only core C++ questions Moins

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