NetApp Developer Interview Questions
I appeared in the Netapp interview recently, and I would like to contribute to crazyforcode.com. This website is very helpful for interview preparation.
First, a written round was conducted. Written was based on Programming, Data structure, OS, and Aptitude. There were 4 sections with a total of 50 questions to be done in 1 hour, with each section having an individual cut-off.
- Explain your internship
- The topic of interest and why
- 8 ball puzzle, 7 have same weight 1 has diff
- The same puzzle with 9 balls and optimize it
- what does a QA do
- about NetApp?
- UDP v TCP
- connectionless vs connection-oriented
- some more basic questions related to networking
- 6 people, 6 hats some black, others white, standing in a row, how many can identify the hats on their heads, if they can’t communicate, only make a strategy beforehand
- some more puzzles
- Extracurricular activities
- basic questions like analyzing a pen, based on how deep you can think
Round 3 (HR):
- About yourself?
- Experience of the whole day?
- Is your role NetApp?
- Extra curricular activities, fests etc.?
- Questions, if any?
Thanks, Shrikant Juneja, for contributing to this article. If you would like to contribute, mail us your interview experience at email@example.com. We will like to publish it on Software Testingo and help other job seekers.
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NetApp Interview Process
I am from MNIT Jaipur. I appeared for the Netapp campus interview for the developer profile recently. I want to contribute to CrazyforCode by sharing my experience.
First, a written round was conducted. Written was based on Programming, Data structure, OS, and Aptitude/Quant.
- Explain your internship project.
- Define IP tables.
- Write a program to traverse a linked list.
- Write a program to reverse a linked list. How will you do it if you are allowed to use extra space?
- In a knockout football tournament, there are n teams. Find total no. of matches to be played to choose the winner of the tournament.
- Given two nodes of a tree, find their closest ancestor.
- What is a segmentation fault?
- If you have a million numbers, how will you find the maximum number from them if → the input is given on the fly, i.e. the numbers are entered one by one?
→ Numbers are given 1000 at a time.
- For a kernel-level process, should the variables be stored in a stack or a heap?
- What is internal fragmentation?
- Can you compare 2 structure variables in c? Why? Why not? → What is cell padding? Why cell padding?
- Where are global (initialized + uninitialized) variables and local variables of a program stored?
- How is the control of the program passed from main() to any other function? Where is the return address of the main stored?
- How to calculate the square root of a number?? Note: your compiler does not support math.h
- If you have 4 eggs and you are in a 30-floor building, find the lowest floor from which the eggs break when dropped. If on dropping, the egg does not break; you can not pick it up again.
- If you have a file system that is 95% full and now when new files are created, the os deletes the largest file, finds the data structure to be used.
- If we use a heap in Q6, what will be the disadvantages of that approach?
- In a Unix or Linux file system, how is a file path resolved? e.g., given the path of file: /root/home/mnit/abc.txt, how does an os find where abc.txt is stored in memory??
- Explain about your summer internship? What challenges did you face? → If you developed software, what was the lifecycle model used?
- Find an engineering solution to a given social problem.
- We use cylindrical beakers in our daily life to measure different solutions. We have to bend in front of the beaker to see the level of the solution. Find an efficient solution where we don’t have to bend to see the level, and we can see the level as we pour the solution. Constraint: if the cost of the original beaker was 10 rs, the new beaker could not cost more than 12 rs. hint: think in terms of shape change.
- What is your experience of the whole day?
- What part did you like best in our ppt?
- Are you clear about your role in NetApp?
- What subjects did you like the best in college? Why?
- Extracurricular activities in college?
- Any queries about our company or the compensation package etc..
Thanks, Shefali Agrawal, for contributing to this article.
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