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Redmond, WA (US)

I interviewed at Microsoft in November 2012.

Interview Details The process consisted of a phone interview and four rounds of one hour interviews in Redmond with different members of the business unit. I prepared for the interview by doing the questions I found on glassdoor. Although I didn't get the position the questions I was asked were all very similar to the ones on this site.

Interview Question – None were too difficult or unexpected. One I hadn't seen before was give all the test cases for a function which accepts a rectangle and a line and tests to see if any point of the line is inside the rectangle   Answer Question

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