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Google interview questions for java developer

 
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Any idea about Google interview questions for java developers ?
 
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Google conducted a descriptive written test + 7 rounds of technical interviews in my college..The emphasis was primarily on Algorithms and data structures and how optimized ur code(with regard to both time & space complexity)
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They asked lot of puzzles..and each round was an elimination round...
 
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Vetti,

How many guys did they select from your college?
 
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2 guys
 
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Vetti Payanuku entha ooru? entha colleguu?
 
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English only, please.
We are unable to moderate posts in other languages so they get removed at the discression of the forum moderator.
 
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Originally posted by David O'Meara:
English only, please.
We are unable to moderate posts in other languages so they get removed at the discression of the forum moderator.


Vetti Payan in Tamil means : Guy with out any work.
"Vetti Payan" (Workless fellow) does this display name sticks on to java ranch naming standards ?

 
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Vetti..in Tamil also means "to Cut"..Analogously it means Sharp..So vetti Payyan mean "Sharp guy"..
 
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Originally posted by Vetti Payan:
Vetti..in Tamil also means "to Cut"..Analogously it means Sharp..So vetti Payyan mean "Sharp guy"..


Great.. This is Lateral thinking !!!
Any way I think a bartender will catch you for your display name.
 
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Originally posted by Vetti Payan:
Vetti..in Tamil also means "to Cut"..Analogously it means Sharp..So vetti Payyan mean "Sharp guy"..



As you announced it is "fictitious name", now your name is invalid as per JavaRanch naming policy.
 
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No it is not a Fictious Name..It is my real name..For that matter most of the indian names have a meaning..(example)..The guy who reported me (ie)Srinivasa raghavan

Srini means Sugar
Raghavan-raga-->means song

So his name mean A guy who sings sweet songs...
So then that is also fictious..
[ January 18, 2006: Message edited by: Vetti Payan ]
 
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Srini means Sugar .. No . I dont agree.
I think you have mis understood the word fictitious.

"Srinivasa Raghavan" is not fictitious but "Sharp Guy" or "Workless fellow" is..
Even I can prove that this is my original name. I can publish my SCJP Certification.

Also google for my Name you 'll see more people with this name. But when i googled for "Vetti payan" I got this web page in ranch

[ January 18, 2006: Message edited by: Srinivasa Raghavan ]
 
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Ok Srini...Let us not pull each other leg

Let us follow the policy
Live and let live
 
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Sounds great. I dont want to comment any more. I respect ranch. I'm following the policy. All the best dude.
 
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ok,Vetti which college is this where they conducted the interviews?
I heard they select only C.S. guys from IITs?
Were the positions for Google Adworld,or programming?
 
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college:iiit-b http://www.iiitb.ac.in

pay was 12 lakh/annum and the position was for Google development & Research(Bangalore & Hyderabad)

[ January 18, 2006: Message edited by: Vetti Payan ]
[ January 18, 2006: Message edited by: Vetti Payan ]
 
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I've seen detailed Google's interview description in some Russian board, so if you read Russian, then you can get a good information about what to expect.
 
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Originally posted by Vetti Payan:
college:iiit-b http://www.iiitb.ac.in

pay was 12 lakh/annum and the position was for Google development & Research(Bangalore & Hyderabad)
[ January 18, 2006: Message edited by: Vetti Payan ]
[ January 18, 2006: Message edited by: Vetti Payan ]


Yes I too heard they give 12L/year.Coming Saturday,they have walk-in here in some college.Positions are for Google Adworld.
 
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Hi,

Excited to see this nice thread!

What about google's opportunities for experienced java/j2ee people?

What kind of expectation has it?

I saw a blog; Its about a guy's google interview experience. I will post that link here after sometime.

If any body knowing opportunities for Java people in Google, keep posting here.
 
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