I applied online. I interviewed at Google.
I got contacted in October 2017 and interviewed in the beginning of November 2017. The interview was easy but, I still got denied. They asked Big O questions, questions about my resume, string manipulation and array manipulation questions. It was nothing to hard. Know about your strings, arrays, algorithms, Data Structures etc. Be prepared, do your best and keep it pushing. Don't let denial get you down; just continue to keep pushing and try again next year. Don't just make Google the only company that you're pursuing. I would advise that you have other options.
- Suppose that you have a array of strings, if there is a duplicate in the array, erase it.
Suppose that you have two strings, iterate through each string until the one string's character doesn't have that same character, then return that character.
EX: "fff", "fffb" ----> Return b Answer Question
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Google (New York, NY) in February 2018.
Was referred to Google through a connection. Had an initial screen, followed by a brief follow up conversation confirming I would be going into the office for a series of final round interviews. There was an error with the way they scheduled the interviews, and they started late with a new slate of assessors. I enjoyed meeting with their assessors, but the interviews felt rushed and it wasn't necessarily the warm experience a candidate hopes for when considering a new place of employment. I had to follow up with my recruiter several times to find out where I was in the process, and ultimately was told I was not moving forward. Overall, I am glad I went through the interview process, but I am not sure I would recommend it based on my experience.
- How would you go about fixing a training program where you routinely see less than 50% attendance? Answer Question