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Schneider Electric
Regional Applications Security Manager was asked...9 February 2017

Related to role and challenged I forsee and how would I tackle such issues

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Seems the person they finally hired left within 3 months. Speaks how the team is--I feel lucky that the role wasnt offered to me. Good luck to the new person accepting this role. Less

Role just opened again, anybody applying please do their due diligence unless you are desperate. In my opinion the leadership is questionable here. Less

Role is open again. good the last person survived 7 months

Microsoft

Present Microsoft message queue products and choose the most appropriate

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The interview, in my experience wasn’t that bad at all. I’ve also dealt with clients that ask similar questions and I felt they were actually pretty much right. The whole point was they were looking for someone who would be able to cut off a line of discussion and focus on the point at hand. You are never going to know everything they ask, and that’s okay, you have to admit that. Say you’ll get back to them after the meeting, but for now we should focus on X,Y and Z. I found the complete opposite to yourself and enjoyed the whole experience, I feel your attitude is quite negative, this should have been seen as an opportunity to show them who you are, not necessarily what you know, and it sounds like you were unable to do that, but Microsoft are known to hire the right people, not the right technical skill set Less

The whole presentation process could be fixed by simply not giving candidates a specific logistics note telling them to prepare for something different. As I alluded to in my original experience, that's ambiguous and could be seen as discriminatory for people with certain mental disposition where being asked to prepare a 20 minute talk should be honored. Taking apart someones work right after they've walked in the door doesn't give a good impression of the company and didn't make me want to work there. Less

I had similar experience.

AECOM

Do you think this team is sufficient for the designated responsibilities, and how would you mitigate that?

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No - definitely not big enough. Submit evidence based on resource planning output to management to grow the team. Less

WHAT does this even mean

GovTech

What would you like to do in 5 years time?

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9years

I was already managing a portfolio of $1M as a project manager. I told them I would like to handle about $5M-$10M in time to come. Less

Analog Devices

What can be improved in op amps to further increase their performance?

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As the unity gain is important for good performance we give emphasis to proper compensation so, if its not present internally like in THS4011 then we provide it externally Less

Technology to lower input referred noise, while expanding bandwidth, lowering power. Less

GovTech

Your experience?

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Explain about 2 of my bigger projects from current and former jobs.

9years

Google

How many people left Kuala Lumpur by plane?

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total crews + 1 >= x <= total number of seats in a plane

I forget the population of KL, but I understand KL is the largest city in Malaysia, if there are 3 million people in KL, and if one person twice a year let KL by plane, there would be 6 million people left KL by plane. On the other hand, there are 20 million tourist every year, if half left by plane there will be 10 million. Total around 16 million people left Kuala Lumpur by plane. Less

INEOS

Where would you like to be in 5 years?

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On a good job with good benefits; with a company that appreciates their employees. Less

Not knowing their structure, I couldn't tell them what position I would like to be in after 5 years. Less

JPMorgan Chase & Co

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

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motivation

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career

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