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Domande di colloquio per Software Engineer presso IBM

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Colloquio per Software Engineer

Dipendente anonimo
Offerta accettata

Colloquio

You can apply through online portal or through friends referral. If you get shortlisted,HR will call you and provide you details about opportunity. Number of interview are generally depends on the team and kind of position. It sometime be done with 1 technical interview followed by HR interview or sometime it can be 2-3 technical interviews followed by HR round.

Domande poste durante i colloqui

Altre recensioni di colloqui per IBM

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    Colloquio per Software Engineer

    Candidato anonimo a colloquio a Littleton, MA (Stati Uniti d'America)
    Nessuna offerta
    Colloquio nella media

    Candidatura

    Ho sostenuto un colloquio presso IBM (Littleton, MA (Stati Uniti d'America)) a febbraio 2014.

    Colloquio

    In the phone interview, I was asked to introduced myself focusing on my developing experience and skills instead of being asked questions. Then I went to the second round interview, and talked with a technician in an office. I was asked how to design a website.

    Domande poste durante i colloqui

    • There would be a IQ test. Get well prepared for that or you might regret!   Risposta Domanda

  2. Utile (9)  

    Colloquio per Software Engineer

    Dipendente anonimo
    Offerta accettata
    Esperienza positiva
    Colloquio nella media

    Candidatura

    Ho presentato la mia candidatura tramite segnalazione di un dipendente. La procedura ha richiesto più di 3 mesi. Ho sostenuto un colloquio presso IBM a marzo 2013.

    Colloquio

    *Please note that due to the size of the company this process may vary.

    The interview came in three distinct phases. All were conducted over the phone. I was referred to the company by an employee so they seemed to be confident to not need an in person interview before making the decision.

    Phase 1 was speaking with someone from the skills management department. She was a neutral party unaffialited with the department I would be interviewing with. She gave a breif overview of the company and what the position would be. After confirming I was still interested I continued to phase 2.

    Next was a discussion with the hiring manager. This was not technical at all; mostly a meet and greet for both parties. I was asked mostly about my background and what I why I wished to work for the company. The manager shared some details about how the department operates and what I would be doing if I were to accept the offer.

    Phase 3 was the technical interview. I had expected a number of whiteboard style questions but there was a distinct lack of them. I had already sent in some code samples of a game that I had created previously. The most technical questions related to the reason why I had made certain design choices when designing the code for the game. After that, the questions become more about myself and why I was passionate about technology and to see if I really enjoyed working in this field. Once I believe the interviewer was satisfied with my ability the interview became less about one way questions and more about free flowing conversation to see if I would mesh well with the team. Shortly after this interview the hiring manager called to let me know that they would be extending an offer to me soon.

    The experience was a very positive one.

    Domande poste durante i colloqui

    • What was most unexpected was the lack of typical whiteboard style programming questions in favor of other topics.   1 risposta

    Trattativa

    The neogotian phase was very pleasant. However, the division of HR being in India and my department being in the US caused the process to move quite slowly. After getting put in touch with the proper people to speak with in the US the process was much smoother. After receiving the initial offer I did my homework and came up with a very solid counter offer. The counter was accepted without issue.

  3. Utile (1)  

    Colloquio per Software Engineer

    Dipendente anonimo a New York, NY (Stati Uniti d'America)
    Offerta accettata
    Esperienza positiva

    Candidatura

    Ho presentato la mia candidatura tramite segnalazione di un dipendente. La procedura ha richiesto più di 4 settimane. Ho sostenuto un colloquio presso IBM (New York, NY (Stati Uniti d'America)) a ottobre 2010.

    Colloquio

    phone interview, onsite interview, people are nice there. and lunch interview is good. did some programming tests and asked about technical questions, what i did in the past. some situation questions, what do u plan to do in the future.

    Domande poste durante i colloqui

    • what do you think your former employee will talk about you?   Risposta Domanda

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    Colloquio per Software Engineer

    Dipendente anonimo
    Offerta accettata
    Esperienza positiva
    Colloquio facile

    Candidatura

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

    Colloquio

    The interview consisted of a phone conversation. The phone conversation was relatively lax. I was not asked any technical questions. They mostly just asked what I was interested in working on. This probably is not the norm with IBM in the states

    Domande poste durante i colloqui


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    Colloquio per Software Engineer

    Candidato anonimo a colloquio a San Francisco, CA (Stati Uniti d'America)
    Nessuna offerta
    Esperienza neutra
    Colloquio nella media

    Candidatura

    Ho presentato la mia candidatura tramite segnalazione di un dipendente. La procedura ha richiesto 2 settimane. Ho sostenuto un colloquio presso IBM (San Francisco, CA (Stati Uniti d'America)) a dicembre 2014.

    Colloquio

    I applied through an employee referral for an entry level software engineer as I am a new BS graduate. I interviewed with IBM tea leaf in SFO after an initial phone interview for about 20 mins. The phone interview was very casual asking questions about your background and some OOP concepts. A week later I was invited onsite scheduled to interview with 6 people - developers, QA and director. Some of my interviewers didn't show up to work and in order to replace them some other random people interviewed me and it was a little disorganized.
     Questions were mainly about my background, resume, and projects etc. They grilled me on each and every project/work experience on my resume and asked me questions on how I did whatever I did. I was asked a few technical questions here and there but no extensive whiteboard coding.

    Domande poste durante i colloqui

    • write pseudo code to add a node to a singly linked list   Risposta Domanda
    • have you ever used exception handling in your projects? any OOP concepts?   Risposta Domanda
    • how did the frontend connect with your backend in your project? How do you parse a JSON object?   Risposta Domanda
    • What is the most efficient sorting algorithm? What is its runtime?   2 risposte
    • how do you check if a number is odd or even?   3 risposte

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    Colloquio per Software Engineer

    Candidato anonimo a colloquio
    Offerta rifiutata
    Esperienza positiva
    Colloquio nella media

    Candidatura

    Ho presentato la mia candidatura tramite l'università. La procedura ha richiesto più di 2 settimane. Ho sostenuto un colloquio presso IBM a ottobre 2014.

    Colloquio

    I submitted my resume to the career fair for IBM. A few weeks later, I was contacted by a manager that they were interested in doing a phone interview. I did the phone screen and then was followed up with another technical phone interview a week later. Both went well so later on I then took the IPAT test and submitted more details on my application. I later then received an offer. I asked for an extension to decide after some interviews with other companies. For now, I will say that I "declined" the offer, but it is still on the table and who knows if I will accept it in the coming month.

    Domande poste durante i colloqui

    • Why does the printf statement take so long to print from the Arduino in one of my projects?   Risposta Domanda

  7. Utile (2)  

    Colloquio per Software Engineer

    Dipendente anonimo a Burlington, VT (Stati Uniti d'America)
    Offerta accettata
    Esperienza positiva
    Colloquio facile

    Candidatura

    Ho presentato la mia candidatura tramite segnalazione di un dipendente. Ho sostenuto un colloquio presso IBM (Burlington, VT (Stati Uniti d'America)).

    Colloquio

    Meet with about 5 managers and teams, it's a day long. They do more speaking than you have too. Be honest and tell them your interests. The managers go over what they do and sometimes they describe the entire organization. The questions they generally have are not too difficult, but you should be on top of things just in case. This didn't happen to me, but someone had to write a small circuit example for an engineering job.

    Domande poste durante i colloqui

    Trattativa

    There was no negotiations.

  8.  

    Colloquio per Software Engineer

    Candidato anonimo a colloquio
    Offerta rifiutata

    Candidatura

    Ho presentato la mia candidatura online. Ho sostenuto un colloquio presso IBM.

    Colloquio

    No Technical Questions. Mostly common scenario questions. Initially had a phone call from recruiter. Then invited for hiring event. You get to talk to more than one division. You will then be invited for on-site. Offer arrives in 3 weeks or less.

    Motivi del rifiuto

    Offer came late


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    Colloquio per Software Engineer

    Dipendente anonimo a Foster City, CA (Stati Uniti d'America)
    Offerta accettata
    Esperienza positiva
    Colloquio nella media

    Colloquio

    I submitted multiple applications for various software development roles. About a month later I received a call asking to set up a phone interview. It was a comprehensive interview with multiple team members, covering points on my resume, Java-knowledge questions, and soft skill questions about how I work with other people. Soon afterwards, I received my offer.

    Domande poste durante i colloqui

    • General Java development knowledge, resume questions, and work ethic / situational questions.   Risposta Domanda

    Trattativa

    It never hurts to try negotiating. Every company expects developers to do so, so they won't be offended.


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