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Boeing
IT Manager was asked...16 May 2016

Both the rounds of interview were conducted in structured format where the panelists ask questions related to candidate's experience. They also gave scenarios to which candidates had to respond appropriately.

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Itz around 130% for me

Any update guys from Boeing

They are setting up new facility in bagmane so it seems like its gonna take time. Less

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Epic

You have a bouquet of flowers. All but two are roses, all but two are daisies, and all but two are tulips. How many flowers do you have?

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The solution is quite simple, if you start with the “All but 2” first: Roses = All but 2 = Two flowers are not a rose; one tulip, one daisy Daisies = All but 2 = Two flowers are not a daisy; one rose, one tulip Tulips = All but 2 = Two flowers are not a tulip; one rose, one daisy Answer: One rose, one daisy, one tulip. Less

3 flowers - 1 rose, 1 daisy and 1 tulip

I would say, "Do you consider three flowers to be a bouquet?"

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American Heart Association

What's the color of money???....

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An 80's movie about Pool hustlers staring Paul Newman and Tom Cruise.

(Well played, Chad.) (Well played, Chad...)

its rainbow color; when you have it, it shows your colors to others around you; when you don't, it shows colors of others around you. Less

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UnitedHealth Group

Pepsi or coke?

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Water!

Coke, please. And a bourbon chaser to go with it. Thanks. ;>)

Personally, I can't tell the difference between Coke and Pepsi and I try to limit my consumption of soft drinks because they are unhealthy. If you compare the ingredients in in a can of Coke vs. a can of Pepsi, they are essentially the same, but everybody has their particular brand affiliation. That's really where these beverage producers excel: branding. And I think UnitedHealth could learn a lot from Coke and Pepsi in terms of branding and PR. The insurance industry in general isn't always seen in the best light and I think that's something I could really help with, marketing UnitedHealth's services so that customers have the same positive feelings they do towards Coke and Pepsi. Less

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Epic

An apple costs 20 cents, an orange costs 40 cents and a grapefruit costs 60 cents, how much is a pear?

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I would say a "pair" of apples cost 40 cents, a "pair" of oranges cost 80 cents, and a "pair" of grapefruit cost 120 cents. Less

This question is meant to be asked verbally so what you hear is Pear but what they mean is PAIR. So the issue is can you think beyond past paterns or are you predisposed to thinking linearly. Oh yeah... a pair is 2. Less

your numbers are off a bit..its apple = 40 orange = 60 grapefruit = 80..the answer is 40 cents because its 20 cents per vowel in the word...tricky but right... Less

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Aguettant

Quelles sont les valeurs de l'entreprise?

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Bởi vì tôi ưu thích công việc này

Tôi cảm thấy rất yêu thích công việc này

Công việc này là niềm mơ ước của tôi

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Akamai

How does the internet work?

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Hamster wheels

The internet, as it is called in the vernacular, is a packet-switched network. This means that each transmission of, for example, a file, is broken onto packets of information, and each one contains the source and destination information, a sequence number that indicates what order the packets are supposed to be re-assembled in, a code that can be used to correct errors or identify bad packets, along with the actual payload data. Special computers called switches and routers read the source and destination data and send the transmitted packet to the correct digital address, ideally by the shortest timewise route, but not always. the many packets that contain a single file may individually be sent along several paths to get to the destination, depending on congestion and load and latencies. The received packets are stored in the destination equipment until all are present and any defective packets have been re-transmitted and received and checked again, then the original file is re-assembled in the correct order for use. Less

Sporadically, lately!

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Network Rail

If you had 3 mins alone in a lift with the CEO what would you say?

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Are you going up or down?

As a passenger I believe railways are the future transport that everyone will need and want to use for work and pleasure, together we can make our future vision a reality. Less

G'day , how are you?

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Google

you are on a biz trip and travelling from one city to another. you have a stack of unsorted flight boarding passes. only departure city and destination city are on the boarding pass. how do you find the first departure city and your final destination city

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Your current location is your departure city. Your final destination is the city whose name occurs only once among all the city names minus your departure city. Less

Why wouldn't you just look at all of the cities listed on the documents and the two which don't ever repeat are your departure and destination city. (For the two that don't repeat, one will only be listed as a departure and the other one will be the one that is only listed as a destination.) Less

Assume this is a acyclic graph (a city is not visited again once you leave it). Now, arrange the boarding passes and note the number of times a city appears in departure as well as arrival. For all intermediate cities this number will be the same. For the initial city the arrival-departure = -1 and for the destination arrival-departure = +1. Now, you start traversing from there. Form a table where you take each node and note the next node. For cyclic graphs it is more complex. You will still find the initial and destination city the same way but the traversal will be hard. Less

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Amazon

The manager of component 'A' says his functionality is more important than that of component 'B.' The manager of component 'B' says his is more important than that of component 'A.' You can only implement one A or B, but not both - which do you choose to implement.

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The key question to ask is definition of "IMPORTANT". Is it important to the managers (ego equation), important to the end consumer or important for Amazon. The first one needs to be thrown out immediately and the others must be quantified based on achievability, impact on end user and ROI. Less

I would say whichever is more valuable to customer & gives competitive advantage to Amazon. Less

In addition to the above suggestions, I would look at cost and time to market and then score both options. Then define value metrics. The cheapest and most valuable either as a technology sustainer or for customer wins. Given that it's Amazon, customer value will hold up the highest as one of their corporate culture virtues. Less

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