Interviewed at McAfee
Interview Details There are a minimum of 3 rounds one of which will be a coding round in code of your preference.
Round 1 - involved basic aptitude and QA concepts
Round 2 - involved more details questions on the tasks that you would be involved in
Round 3 - a coding round that involved 2 or 3 simple programs in C++ (they did ask me what language I was comfortable with)
Additionally there will be HR rounds and meetings with your senior managers and so on.
Interview Question – Coding round was unexpected. They asked me to write a sorting algorithm, some previous question, writing and reading from a file Answer Question
I applied through a staffing agency and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at McAfee in May 2011.
Interview Details Telephonic round
3 round of interview face to face
They asked questions related to c/c++
Interview Question – Prepare C/C++ questions Answer Question
I applied through other source and the process took a day - interviewed at McAfee in October 2011.
Interview Details The process was good, I think you needs to be more focus on networking.
Interview Question – What is network and how you will configure? Answer Question
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