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Senior Technical Consultant was asked...29 September 2012

Is the platform a "relational database"?

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I think it falls under the object-relational umbrella. Sure it does relationships, but it does more than that, and with the abstraction of the API you never really get at the full relational structure of the underlying oracle DB. Less

Answer number four is good I accidentally marked it as a negative

Yes it is, the platform is built on top of an oracle relational database.

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To implement database view

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Developed a case study

There's quite an extended back and forth in actual interviews for questions like this, so nothing quite like real practice. The Prepfully Fujitsu Senior Technical Consultant experts have actually worked in this role, so they're able to do an honest-to-God accurate mock, which really puts you through the paces. Less


How to provide end to end integration solution

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Provided the steps.

It's essential to demonstrate that you can really go deep... there are plenty of followup questions and (sometimes tangential) angles to explore. There's a lot of Senior Technical Consultant experts who've worked at Fujitsu, who provide this sort of practice through mock interviews. There's a whole list of them curated on Prepfully. Less


Why do you want to be a Technical Client Consultant and what is your career track plan?

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At the time I responded at length in detail. Obviously, this is an important technical type of question where the company Regional Manager is attempting to source out your tactical and strategic plans for integrating your career motivations and expertise into a goal oriented success plan for your future starting years in the company. I stated why I valued this technically integrated role in engineering, consulting and sales over simply an engineering position at the time and why I thought my base experiences were the best for this job and where I saw myself in 5 years and how I would get there. I explained how I would excel at the first position I was starting in and how I would make it to the next position I desired at a higher management level in the company within a dynamic window of time. Less

Answer is too focused on you. Should turn it around to indicate what benefit there is to the company with YOU being the Technical Client Consultant and indicate how they, being as wonderful as they are, are important for your growth. Less


Write a program to output all the unique combinations of a string of non-repeating alphabetic characters.

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This is a little tricky as it requires a recursive function. To sniff out the pattern just write out a sample set of combinations. My biggest problem with it was that whether and how quickly I got the answer has little to no bearing on how I would handle the real day-to-day responsibilities of the job. It's ridiculous. Nobody codes low-level crap like that anymore anyway. Just go find it online, why re-invent the wheel. If he had asked me, I could have explained how I solved a real problem for a real client writing code to create baseball schedules that simultaneously meet nine conflicting and ranked criteria. Less

In these sorts of interviews you really need to drill down and understand what the interviewer is looking for. A good way to simulate a real interview experience is to do a mock with one of the Teradata Senior Technical Consultant experts on Prepfully, rated super strongly on TrustPilot... Less

mainly they will concentrate on application knowledge

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it was good


There were no difficult or unexpected question during the interview process

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Acumen Solutions

Q: Tell us about your background/experience <with follow-ups afterwards>

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Discussed my background and experience, how both fit with the position, as well as Acumen's and my goals. Less


Explain asymmetric cryptography.

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Described public key, private and session keys. I explained how they were exchanged, how and why you needed a session key. Less

Bridgewater Consulting Group

What assets do you bring to the role in terms of tools used to develop training for end users?

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With 12 years experience in the role (s) and strong background creating innovative and engaging training programs, both synchronous and asynchronous, I've honed my skill-sets in Captivate, Camtasia, Articulate (Storyline &amp; Presenter), VideoScribe, GoAnimate, FrameMaker, Word, and PPT. Therefore, whether I build technical or soft-skills training content, the deliverables are customarily world-class based on client feedback. Less

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