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Domande poste durante i colloqui presso Facebook

Colloqui presso Facebook

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  1. Utile (1)  

    Colloquio per Legal Counsel

    Candidato anonimo a colloquio
    Nessuna offerta
    Esperienza negativa
    Colloquio nella media

    Candidatura

    Ho presentato la mia candidatura online. La procedura ha richiesto 1 giorno. Ho sostenuto un colloquio presso Facebook.

    Colloquio

    Hasty interview, terrible speakerphone. The recruiter wasn't too interested in my experience and achievements . In my opinion she didn't pay enough attention to the candidate. Bad experience. Please make skype interviews and hire better recruiters!

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  2. Utile (1)  

    Colloquio per Product Designer

    Candidato anonimo a colloquio a Londra, Inghilterra (Regno Unito)
    Nessuna offerta
    Esperienza negativa
    Colloquio nella media

    Candidatura

    Ho presentato la mia candidatura tramite un selezionatore. La procedura ha richiesto 1 giorno. Ho sostenuto un colloquio presso Facebook (Londra, Inghilterra (Regno Unito)) a aprile 2019.

    Colloquio

    Sono stato contattato da un recruiter e alla telefonata del colloquio la persona ha cominciato a parlare velocemente in inglese senza mai fermarsi, poche domande, nessuna domanda sul mio portfolio

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  3. Utile (1767)  

    Offerta accettata

    Colloquio

    phone interview starting with introducing yourself followed by two code questions.
    The first coding question is very standard coding question and the second one is
    a little more related to facebook's certain functionality

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    Colloquio per Data Scientist

    Candidato anonimo a colloquio a New York, NY (Stati Uniti d'America)
    Nessuna offerta
    Esperienza positiva

    Candidatura

    Ho presentato la mia candidatura online. Ho sostenuto un colloquio presso Facebook (New York, NY (Stati Uniti d'America)) a marzo 2020.

    Colloquio

    A recruiter contacted me over email and set up a phone interview for the following week for a 15-minute call. I guess next round would have been with a hiring manager

    Domande poste durante i colloqui

    • PLEASE DON'T TAKE THE PHONE SCREENING LIGHTLY! I did and got rejected. I was expecting SQL questions and in general talk about my resume but she asked me a question on product sense and I was completely unprepared for it. Creation of Facebook user groups has gone down by 20%, what will you do? sounds simple but I messed it up so badly. I was just blabbering anything in an unstructured way, I sounded so stupid and not even fit for a small company forget Facebook. The recruiter was nice and she did not say anything but I were to hear my own answer, I would reject myself on spot. I regret it so much wish I could have prepared for it. I hope someone sees this and it helps them.

      The SQL questions were easy and I did answer them correctly- what kind of joins to get only common rows, what the natural sorting order etc.   5 risposte

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    Colloquio per Data Engineer

    Candidato anonimo a colloquio
    Nessuna offerta
    Esperienza positiva
    Colloquio nella media

    Candidatura

    Ho presentato la mia candidatura tramite un'altra fonte. Ho sostenuto un colloquio presso Facebook.

    Colloquio

    Telephonic Interview: 30 mins SQL and 30 mins coding.
    Expectation: 4/5 in SQL should be correct and 3/5 in coding should be correct.

    Most of the folks have already explained this process in detail so will jump on the interview questions.

    Domande poste durante i colloqui

    • want you to write me a simple spell checking engine.

      The query language is a very simple regular expression-like language, with one special character: . (the dot character), which means EXACTLY ONE character (it can be any character). So, for example, 'c.t' would match 'cat' as the dot matches any character. There may be any number of dot characters in the query (or none).

      Your spell checker will have to be optimized for speed, so you will have to write it in the required way. There would be a one-time setUp() function that does any pre-processing you require, and then there will be an isMatch() function that should run as fast as possible, utilizing that pre-processing.

      There are some examples below, feel free to ask for clarification.

      Word List:

      [cat, bat, rat, drat, dart, drab]

      Queries:

      cat -> true
      c.t -> true
      .at -> true
      ..t -> true
      d..t -> true
      dr.. -> true
      ... -> true
      .... -> true

      ..... -> false
      h.t -> false
      c. -> false
      */

      // write a function
      // Struct setup(List<String> list_of_words)
      // Do whatever processing you want here
      // with reasonable efficiency.
      // Return whatever data structures you want.
      // This function will only run once

      // write a function
      // bool isMatch(Struct struct, String query)
      // Returns whether the query is a match in the
      // dictionary (True/False)
      // Should be optimized for speed   4 risposte
    • Given an array of integers, we would like to determine whether the array is monotonic (non-decreasing/non-increasing) or not.
      Examples:
      // 1 2 5 5 8
      // true
      // 9 4 4 2 2
      // true
      // 1 4 6 3
      // false

      //1 1 1 1 1 1
      // true   8 risposte
    • Calculate the average word length.
      For the given set of words return the average word length.   3 risposte
    • products sales
      +------------------+---------+ +------------------+---------+
      | product_id | int |------->| product_id | int |
      | product_class_id | int | +---->| store_id | int |
      | brand_name | varchar | | +->| customer_id | int |
      | product_name | varchar | | | | promotion_id | int |
      | price | int | | | | store_sales | decimal |
      +------------------+---------+ | | | store_cost | decimal |
                                      | | | units_sold | decimal |
                                      | | | transaction_date | date |
                                      | | +------------------+---------+
                                      | |
      stores | | customers
      +-------------------+---------+ | | +---------------------+---------+
      | store_id | int |-+ +--| customer_id | int |
      | type | varchar | | first_name | varchar |
      | name | varchar | | last_name | varchar |
      | state | varchar | | state | varchar |
      | first_opened_date | datetime| | birthdate | date |
      | last_remodel_date | datetime| | education | varchar |
      | area_sqft | int | | gender | varchar |
      +-------------------+---------+ | date_account_opened | date |
                                            +---------------------+---------+

      Question 1:
      What brands have an average price above $3 and contain at least 2 different products?

      Question 2:
        To improve sales, the marketing department runs various types of promotions.
        The marketing manager would like to analyze the effectiveness of these promotion campaigns.
        In particular, what percent of our sales transactions had a valid promotion applied?

      Question 3:
        We want to run a new promotion for our most successful category of products
        (we call these categories “product classes”).
        Can you find out what are the top 3 selling product classes by total sales?

      Question 4:
          We are considering running a promo across brands. We want to target
          customers who have bought products from two specific brands.
          Can you find out which customers have bought products from both the
          “Fort West" and the "Golden" brands?   1 risposta

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    Colloquio per Software Engineer

    Dipendente anonimo a Menlo Park, CA (Stati Uniti d'America)
    Offerta accettata
    Esperienza positiva
    Colloquio difficile

    Candidatura

    Ho presentato la mia candidatura online. Ho sostenuto un colloquio presso Facebook (Menlo Park, CA (Stati Uniti d'America)) a maggio 2020.

    Colloquio

    COVID-19 Interview Experience:

    Since I had a great resume (ex-Lyft, ex-Airbnb, ex-Segment), the recruiter scheduled a virtual onsite by skipping the technical phone interviews. I asked the recruiter to give me 4 weeks before the interview so that I could prepare for it. Here's what I did:

    Coding: I solved ALL the medium problems on Cracking the Coding Interview book. I also solved 20 Medium and 5 Hard questions on Leetcode. Also booked 2 chesky.ai interviews a week before the interview.

    System Design: Didn't really prepare much since I have a ton of experience as a senior engineer.

    The interview lasted for about 5-6 hours. It was surprisingly not too overwhelming. I definitely prefer this style over onsite interviews tbh. The only downside was the system design portion. I had a whiteboard facing the camera so the positioning was rather odd.

    For folks that are interviewing virtually (I guess everyone right now?), GET A WHITEBOARD and face it in front of the camera. Trust me. You'll appreciate this advice :)

    Domande poste durante i colloqui

    • Design "stories" (like Instagram and Whatsapp). Stories disappear after friends view them, and are only available for 24 hours after publishing.   4 risposte
    • LRU Cache   5 risposte
    • Clone Graph   1 risposta
    • K closest points to origin   1 risposta

  7. Utile (20)  

    Colloquio per Product Manager

    Candidato anonimo a colloquio
    Nessuna offerta
    Esperienza negativa
    Colloquio nella media

    Candidatura

    Ho presentato la mia candidatura online. La procedura ha richiesto più di 2 mesi. Ho sostenuto un colloquio presso Facebook.

    Colloquio

    FB's product manager interview is really a hit or miss process. They basically ask you to go through multiple rounds of leadership, product sense, and analytics-based interviews, which seems fair, but the reality is that if you screw up on one small area, you get disqualified. So overall the process optimizes for people who thinks fast on their feet over the substance of the answer. While I don't disagree with the fact that there are a lot of good PMs who are like that, there are also a second breed of PMs who are more analytical and can offer much better solutions (especially product sense) if they are given the chance to research and analyze the problem. Asking me how to measure whether to autoplay videos and expect me to get ALL the metrics is not an accurate measure of my execution or analytic aptitude.
     Beyond the basic metrics, there are a lot of intuition, strategy, and peeling the onions that need to happen.

    Domande poste durante i colloqui

    • How should you decide whether to autoplay videos on the newsfeed? What success metrics?   6 risposte
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    Colloquio per Software Engineer

    Candidato anonimo a colloquio
    Nessuna offerta
    Esperienza negativa

    Candidatura

    Ho presentato la mia candidatura tramite segnalazione di un dipendente. Ho sostenuto un colloquio presso Facebook.

    Colloquio

    Easily one of the worst experiences I've had so far. I has scheduled a time with the recruiter for a pre-screen call and had to re-schedule because she forgot. There was no apology, no excuse, just a plain "let's reschedule" email. Following the call, she told me I would be a really great fit for some of the junior level positions and that she would definitely email me about it. But after following up with her thrice and receiving absolutely no response, I had to take a step back. It makes no sense if a big company such as yourself hires recruiters who don't have the basic courtesy to say "no" directly or respect the candidate's time.

    Domande poste durante i colloqui


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    Colloquio per Research Leader

    Candidato anonimo a colloquio a New York, NY (Stati Uniti d'America)
    Nessuna offerta
    Esperienza negativa
    Colloquio facile

    Candidatura

    Ho presentato la mia candidatura tramite un selezionatore. La procedura ha richiesto più di 4 settimane. Ho sostenuto un colloquio presso Facebook (New York, NY (Stati Uniti d'America)).

    Colloquio

    Am a top-tier player in the business and got pinged by a recruiter for a position that was a little junior, but appeared to potentially pay better than what I was making when stock was included.

    Was a little worried because I'd been ghosted by Facebook recruiters during discussions in the past, but this one was very good.

    Went through a screening interview with hiring manager and had a good conversation; after a couple of video interviews with remote employees

    I got a sheepish call back from the recruiter claiming I don't have cross-functional experience (which even a cursory look at my resume shows is a rather silly thing to say). One literally could not do the things I've done without extensive cross-functional work styles, and a former colleague laughed out loud when I told him of this statement.

    They "assessed" this alleged shortcoming in 2 interviews of 30 minutes in duration on a video call, the second of which was more like 25 mins because the interviewer was late.

    Historically, I've assessed candidates' capabilities in interviews with peers and references, especially before making a sweeping statement as they did, but this wasn't done. Weird.

    Overall a bit of a waste of time, but given the recent negative publicity about the brand and its support for questionable advertising, I suspect I dodged a bullet.

    Sent LinkedIn invitations to the people who interviewed me after receiving a rejection and none accepted; kinda weird. Reinforced my perception of bullet-dodging; I usually accept invitations from individuals I've interviewed in my role, even if they're rejected.

    Domande poste durante i colloqui


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    Colloquio per Software Engineer

    Candidato anonimo a colloquio
    Nessuna offerta
    Esperienza positiva
    Colloquio nella media

    Candidatura

    Ho presentato la mia candidatura tramite l'università. Ho sostenuto un colloquio presso Facebook.

    Colloquio

    4 rounds of interviews. 1 online quiz, 2 coding challenges and 1 on site. The coding challenges were using a shared screen. On site was with 4 different engineers. 3 of them were technical, one of them was behavioral

    Domande poste durante i colloqui


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