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Project Engineer/Manager - Mechanical Design was asked...23 July 2016

Asked questions about injection molding part, any sensor technology used in previous job.

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SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS 40+ years experiences as Senior Civil Engineer worked on projects in land development, water, sewer, grading, hydrology, CPM schedules, drainage, transportation systems, geotechnical, seismic retrofits, structural designs & construction as Senior Project Construction Manager, Structure Representative, Project Design Engineer, Resident Engineer, Chief Inspector Sr. VP for various horizontal/vertical Public Works & Private projects, Partnership, P3, staffing & reviews (Projs. Cost $4+ billion). EDUCATION B.S. Civil Engineering- Florida International University (FIU) (Florida State, Miami, FL), Miami, FL 1979 Less

40+ years experiences as Senior Civil Engineer worked on projects in land development, water, sewer, grading, hydrology, CPM schedules, drainage, transportation systems, geotechnical, seismic retrofits, structural designs & construction as Senior Project Construction Manager, Structure Representative, Project Design Engineer, Resident Engineer, Chief Inspector Sr. VP for various horizontal/vertical Public Works & Private projects, Partnership, P3, staffing & reviews (Projs. Cost $4+ billion). EDUCATION B.S. Civil Engineering- Florida International University (FIU) (Florida State, Miami, FL), Miami, FL 1979 M.S. Environmental and Urban Systems. Also, M.S Urban Transportation. FIU, Miami, FL 1983 Wrote a master thesis on a major public works project Which saved the owner net net about $100 million present value & about 3 years by implementing the findings, redesigns, value engineerings, & recommendations. P.E. Licensed Professional Civil Engineer Registration No.: 53250, California, Current, not expired, clear. Less

40+ years experiences as Senior Civil Engineer worked on projects in land development, water, sewer, grading, hydrology, CPM schedules, drainage, transportation systems, geotechnical, seismic retrofits, structural designs & construction as Senior Project Construction Manager, Structure Representative, Project Design Engineer, Resident Engineer, Chief Inspector Sr. VP for various horizontal/vertical Public Works & Private projects, Partnership, P3, staffing & reviews (Projs. Cost $4+ billion). EDUCATION B.S. Civil Engineering- Florida International University (FIU) (Florida State, Miami, FL), Miami, FL 1979 M.S. Environmental and Urban Systems. Also, M.S Urban Transportation. FIU, Miami, FL 1983 Wrote a master thesis on a major public works project Which saved the owner net net about $100 million present value & about 3 years by implementing the findings, redesigns, value engineerings, & recommendations. P.E. Licensed Professional Civil Engineer Registration No.: 53250, California, Current, not expired, clear. Less

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Microsoft

Write a function that takes an input string, consisting of several words separated by spaces, and print out each word reversed, keeping the same order within the string.

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Create a stack. Traverse the string and push the characters onto the stack until a space is encountered, then print all the characters off the stack until it's empty. When the end of the list is reached, empty and print the stack. Less

I know that a Java answer isn't always what MS likes to hear. However, the technique is essentially the same if it's C#, C++, or even C. Extracting the tokens from the string and reversing them in the same order as the original string is the trick. ---------------------------------------------- import java.util.StringTokenizer; public class MsTest { public static void main(String[] args) { // TODO Auto-generated method stub String aString = "ABC 123 Doe Ray Me Fala=la 890"; System.out.println( "Original String: " + aString ); StringReverseElements( aString ); } private static void StringReverseElements(String Mess ) { StringTokenizer st = new StringTokenizer (Mess, " "); String tmpString; System.out.print( "Reversed String: " ); while (st.hasMoreTokens ()) { tmpString = (st.nextToken()); PrintReverse( tmpString.toCharArray(), tmpString.length()); } } private static void PrintReverse( char[] AnArray, int iLen ) { for ( int kk = 0; kk < iLen; kk++ ) System.out.print( AnArray [ iLen - kk -1] ); System.out.print( ' ' ); } } Less

Clay - That would absolutely work, but during my interview I was told I couldn't use library functions, including Tokenizer. Less

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Bank of America

How is your family life and how old are you

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You are legally not allowed to ask how old they are

You're legally not allowed to ask about family status, either.

I didn't think the question was relative to the interview

Google

How would you count the # of words in a text ?

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In bash tr ' ' '\n'|fgrep -c "word" in python list.count('word') perl: #!/usr/bin/perl my $count = 0; open(FH, './dumbfile'); foreach ( ) { split / /; if ($_ =~ /word/) { $count++; } } print "Found $count instances of word\n"; So yeah. Less

In bash tr ' ' '\n'|fgrep -c "word" in python: with open('./dumbfile', 'r') as f: count = 0 for line in f.readlines(): for item in line.split(): if item == 'word': count +=1 print "%d instances of word" % count perl: #!/usr/bin/perl my $count = 0; open(FH, './dumbfile'); foreach ( ) { @new = split / /, $_; foreach(@new) { if ($_ =~ /word/) { $count++; } } } print "Found $count instances of word\n"; Less

Dyson

if you put 120Vac into a full wave rectifier what do you get out?

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The answer is not half as the interviewer believes ( its half the peak voltage but that's not what the question asks) Less

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J.P. Morgan

How would you bypass change management processes to dynamically change OS JCL streams?

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You would need to establish a baseline set of JCL procedures and identify the parameters which could change depending on the run time requirements. The domain values for all variables would need to be stored in DB2 table or a VSAM indexed file and a Stored Procedure or REXX script would need to determine what variables were required for a particular run and obtain them from the VSAM or DB2 datastore. These parameters would need to overlaid onto the templatge JCL and the resulting JCL stream would need to be submitted via the internal reader. The feasibility of this would depend on the scheduling software in use on the mainframe LPAR. Less

This may be too simple of an answer, but I would have answered the question by saying I would do this as a global change. Less

Meta

Have you ever been in the situation to manage conflicts?

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George Schmitt & Co

How experince may benifit GS

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Lean culture.

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