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It's always hard to know what to expect when going in for that interview -- and preparation can make all the difference. What is the interview process like at Qualcomm?

Any advice on striking the right note?

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Former QC'er in Houston, Texas

94 months ago

No doubt it is difficult to land a position at QC. We would get hundreds of resumes a day, so you really have to stand out. Specifically tailor your resume' to the job description you're going for, if you can.
HR will hit you with a feeler phone interview, then one of our senior staff will follow up. Depending on the person you get, this could be easy or very difficult. Know the basics of sw engineering and systems. Know the types of memory SW uses & OS fundamentals. Be prepared to answer a programming question on the phone. If you get past that, they'll fly you in and you'll interview one-on-one w/ about 6 people who will grill you (I was one of them). Answer questions to the best of your ability, but don't get too cocky. If you get stuck, ask them what they think of your idea. Have a positive attitude, be friendly, and relax.

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CWMetero in Austin, Texas

91 months ago

I interviewed with QC-SD. It was a pressured-type interview. I was asked to solve questions at lunch the included handwriting code in a notebook. (I was asked so many questions I never did get to eat.) After lunch, I was asked to write down how to design a system as the interviewer looked at his computer. He then took my design, mumbled “Hmmm” and took me to the next interviewer. Finally, I had to wait in a hallway for over an hour while one interviewer talked on the phone (poorly planned - and showed no respect for the interviewee). The HR did not have time to talk with me that day since I had to wait for an hour and I was behind schedule. The interview was conducted with an attitude that "I am just lucky to be here." They did not care what I thought of them. I thought QC employees seemed unhappy and overstressed. It had many H1-B employees walking the halls and conducting the interviews.

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Ankit in Rolla, Missouri

85 months ago

Hi,
I have a telephonic interview with Qualcomm for an in tern position for Digital and RF hardware engineer. Can someone guide me on the type of question that could be asked and how the interview procedure is?

Thanks,
Ankit

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swathi k in kearny, New Jersey

81 months ago

Gautami in San Jose, California said: I had my interview in the month of April and they hired me in May.....working since then...

gautami.. can i have you personal email id pls..pls send it to swathi_2026@yahoo.co.in

thanks

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Thuy Tran in San Diego, California

81 months ago

Hi, i have a phone interview (HR called it a technical interview) with Qualcomm for a Sales Forecast Analyst. Does anyone know how "technical" this would be? Appreciate and advice/comments u might have.

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ZeroHeight in California

80 months ago

looserJack in San Diego, California said: Hi Sapna

Qualcomm is split into QCT, QIS, corporte R&D. It seems like a very protective enviromment.
Since you said bluetooth I assume that this was QCT. QCT is very service oriented and needs work-horses. They prefer the H1-B kinds and if you see the demography, it seems to be mostly immigrant population.

I felt that it does not matter how good you are. What matters is how easily will you cave in and how professionally submissive you are.

If you have any interview, I would recommend that you never reveal how smart you are. Show that you are RIGHT for the job... technically just about intelligent and that you will be happy and a perfect fit for the job.

Almost all people who interviewed me seemed lost and did not have technically adept questions to ask.

As posted above, Qualcomm likes people who join there and live there.

Looser Jack

Hey Losser Jack,

Can you explain what you meant by "What matters is how easily will you cave in and how professionally submissive you are."
Plus I have an on-site interview within QCT for a Program Analyst, Specialist - RF/Analog/Power Management, do you think they will ask me technical questions n if so how technical?

Look froward to Responses!!

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LumberJack in Manassas, Virginia

80 months ago

Hi

I cleared onsite interview and currently waiting for an offer. Do anyone know how long does it take for the offer to come thru as its already more than 2 weeks that i have been waiting?

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Gautami in San Jose, California

80 months ago

Hi,

Congrats ....I won't take more than a week for the offer.

Enjoy the days left..:)

Cheers
Gautami

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CarneAsadaBrito in Seattle, Washington

80 months ago

Thought I'd add to this w/my experiences.

I went through a loop with QCT for an Embedded SW Engineer position. I thought their interview process was quite good. They didn't ask a lot of abstract standard coding questions that new grads would do better at than anyone who's been out of school for 4 yrs or more (like the ones that MS and Google asks). They were much more precise in asking about your area of expertise and questions directly pertaining to the position applied for. They will try to call you out on the stuff you have written on your resume (even more so than other places). Two out of the five technical interviews I had with them were composed of grilling me on actual real-life problems they had encountered. I really liked those questions because it gave me a chance to display that I have seen and dealt with the same types of problems. All but one of my interviewers really focused on trying to find holes in my experience and fit for the position. The one abstract coding question I got was a very standard, very easy question about arrays that everyone should know. I think they gave that to me to make sure I actually knew how to _write_ code. But I got the feeling they are more about experience these days than say Google or MS who tend to ask you questions to guage your potential as a coder (ie write me a function that returns the winner of a tic tac toe game, etc.).

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CarneAsadaBrito in Seattle, Washington

80 months ago

LumberJack in Manassas, Virginia said: Hi

I cleared onsite interview and currently waiting for an offer. Do anyone know how long does it take for the offer to come thru as its already more than 2 weeks that i have been waiting?

I just received a call today saying that my interview went well (My interview was a week ago) and that they expect to put together a package for me by Friday or Monday. Aparently, they have weekly meetings on all the candidates and the group I interviewed with do theirs on Thursdays (don't know if this is standard across the company). So it looks like from the time of my interview to offer in-hand will have taken 2 weeks.

I should also note that I let them know that I had a timeline for competing offers, etc. during my interview which is probably why they were very responsive with me (I have heard from friends that Qualcomm traditionally keep their candidates in the dark for long periods of time before they tell you any news).

Hope that gives you some insight on what to expect regarding their process.

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Apple Smith in Columbia, Missouri

80 months ago

Any advice on striking the right note?

Well I had a on-site interview with QC in SD. I would say the entire interview process from phone screening to on-site is very long and tedious and focuses on "Technical Problems". The interview doesn;t help to much for understanding their company and positions but only gives you an idea that they are really competitive. They always ask you technical questions from many areas and try to find some tiny errors in your answers, making you feel you doesn;t fit their expetations and there are hundreds of applicants waiting for this position, no matter what kind of position you apply. However, from their career website to on-site interview, they only give you a very rough description about their positions. Even when you go to their site, they would tell you they have a position that is different from the orignal one you applied and their is someone else working on this position at the end of the interview. Then ask for your interest for another position. After a trip to their site and long day questioning, they just start to describe their opening positions and demands. It seems they don;t care the match of positions between the applicant's need and company's need. The good thing is that they are still willing to pay you to go their site probably because they are rich.

I would give some advises for interview with QC here. If you have an idea of what kinds of positions you are looking for, keep in mind and try to ask them at the end of your phone screening. Be sure their opening positions match your expectation. When you go to their site, no matter what kind of positions, you will be questioned by a diversed fundermantal problems in computer science and engineering, sometimes combined with a little of area specific problems. They will not be hard. But you will be treated as a "looser". It doesn;t matter, just answer their questions and be submissive. This is a important attitude. Don;t waste time on what you don;t want.

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mohana in Voorhees, New Jersey

80 months ago

Hi,

@Gowtami/@Swathi, I got invitation for phone interview for SW Engg position on WLAN SD.
As I understand from the above conversations, telephonic is technical round.
Please let me know what kind of areas I need to cover for telephonic interview?

Thanks,
Mohana

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conchan827 in San Diego, California

79 months ago

hi. i am a student at ucsd and want to get an internship at qualcomm here in san diego in the marketing department. can someone please give me tips on what to study for or the type of questions that are given to interns? looking at this forum, it seems the interview process is pretty intimidating but how is it for interns trying for the marketing department? thanks!

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NIDHI RASTOGI in Albany, New York

77 months ago

Hi. I have a telephonic interview scheduled in 3 days for the position of Integration, Test Automation with QC- R&D.
Can someone help with the kind of technical qs. asked. C++ is a requirement for this position and I do not have much working experience in that. Any pointers on how to tackle qs. in that?

Thanks

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CarneAsadaBrito in San Diego, California

77 months ago

Get yourself a copy of Programming Interviews Exposed. I've found many of these top tech companies ask questions like the ones found in that book.

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abanerjee in San Diego, California

77 months ago

Hi Nidhi,
how was your interview?what type of questions they asked?

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embedded swathi in Colorado Springs, Colorado

75 months ago

Hi All

plz respond

I wish a very happy and prosperous new year.

I got invitation for telephone interview with QC-CO for embedded software engineer position. I was told that itz gonna be technical interview, please let me know on what areas do i need to concentrate more, looking forward to hear from you.

Thanks
Swathi

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embedded swathi in Colorado Springs, Colorado

75 months ago

hello i forgot to mention division!!!

it is QCT division with job area Engineering-Software!!

Thanks
Swathi

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siuc in Morrow, Georgia

75 months ago

embedded swathi in Colorado Springs, Colorado said: hello i forgot to mention division!!!

it is QCT division with job area Engineering-Software!!

Thanks
Swathi

hey ....

Best of Luck for the interview . you might be busy , but if you have enough time please reply to my question ....

Did you applied, recently or before few months

Thanks

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siuc in Morrow, Georgia

75 months ago

piyu in Norfolk, Virginia said: Hi Swathi,

Did u get finish the technical round, please let me know what questions they asked, as I have a call for embedded sw engg.

hello piyu

when did you get the call . can you reply me about this

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gmp in College Park, Maryland

74 months ago

Gautami in San Jose, California said: Hi..I am really sorry for the late reply. I was interviewed by 8 ppl..both in hardware testing and software testing. They asked me everything from my resume and my experience. I was working as an intern in Broadcom Corporation for WLAN testing. So, they asked me everything related to that.

I would suggest no matter position you are interviewed for....just make sure that you thoroughly know your resume. They won't ask anything beyond your resume...

All the Best for your interview and let me know if u have more questions....

Cheers

Gautami

Hey Gautami,

I have a telephonic interview in 3 days for the WLAN testing team SD office. Can you please tell what kind of questions to expect? I have worked with WLAN before so I expect questions related to that. ButIi wanted to know what other general questions do they ask? what about programming questions? please do let me know.. so I can accordingly prepare. Thanks

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gmp in College Park, Maryland

74 months ago

mohana in Voorhees, New Jersey said: Hi,

@Gowtami/@Swathi, I got invitation for phone interview for SW Engg position on WLAN SD.
As I understand from the above conversations, telephonic is technical round.
Please let me know what kind of areas I need to cover for telephonic interview?

Thanks,
Mohana

Hey Moahana,
I have a telephonic interview for the WLAN team at SD. Can you please tell what kind of questions to expect? so I can accordingly be prepared. Appreciate your response.
Thanks

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Shadab Siddiqui in Santa Clara, California

67 months ago

I have a phone interview for a position for a Software Engineer - Windows Mobile Productivity in QCT Division. Does anyone know what type of questions can be asked? Is there anyone familiar with this job type with Qualcomm that could help me in my interview??

Thnx

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rizwan in Frankfurt, Germany

66 months ago

Ishrat Ali Awan in München, Germany said: Hi Rizwan,

I have an interview with in two days for internship in Qualcomm for UMTS mobile testing (mainly related to GSM/UMTS) , can you please guide me what kind of questions they ask, because they said there will be a technical interview of one hour.
I am looking forward to your kind response.

regards

Hi Ishrat,

Don't worry, onsite interview would be general.
They would look for the eagerness and motivation you have for the internship.

You should have general idea of WCDMA/UMTS system, go through your CV throughly because each single point you mention there; they'd probably discuss forsure.

If you need further information, you can contact me at: rizwan_xz (at) msn (dot) com

Thankyou,

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lakshan perera in Tustin, California

66 months ago

I have a telephone interview with Qualcomm Innovation Center, for a Linux application dev position. Anyone have any clues as to what kind of questions to expect ?

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aprillove in Cagayan De Oro

66 months ago

hi..its a lot of technical questions and computer science knowledge.

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lakshan perera in Tustin, California

66 months ago

aprillove in Cagayan De Oro said: hi..its a lot of technical questions and computer science knowledge.

@aprillove, have you had one with them ?. When you say technical, is it related to C, Linux only or anything else ?

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Judson in San Diego, California

66 months ago

I am going to have a phone interview for embedded software position (entry level). I saw some post along the line saying there will be a lot of question about C and OS. I am pretty confident on C programming, but what kind of question will they ask on OS side? In my case, it will be linux, but I have no clue what they will ask. Does anyone know?

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lakshan perera in Tustin, California

66 months ago

Judson in San Diego, California said: I am going to have a phone interview for embedded software position (entry level). I saw some post along the line saying there will be a lot of question about C and OS. I am pretty confident on C programming, but what kind of question will they ask on OS side? In my case, it will be linux, but I have no clue what they will ask. Does anyone know?

ISR, MMU, TLB , basic OS related things that are relavent to drivers.

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Judson in San Diego, California

66 months ago

lakshan perera in Tustin, California said: ISR, MMU, TLB , basic OS related things that are relavent to drivers.

Thank you Iakshan. I haven't touch these topics for years, so its a good time for me to get back on the books.

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piyu in Norfolk, Virginia

65 months ago

HI guys,

have a telephone interview for embedded s/w engg position, please give me some hints on the technical interview questions.......

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lakshan perera in Tustin, California

65 months ago

lot of questions on hardware, and OS related.

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sonu123 in Bangalore, India

65 months ago

Gautami in San Jose, California said: Hi..I am really sorry for the late reply. I was interviewed by 8 ppl..both in hardware testing and software testing. They asked me everything from my resume and my experience. I was working as an intern in Broadcom Corporation for WLAN testing. So, they asked me everything related to that.

I would suggest no matter position you are interviewed for....just make sure that you thoroughly know your resume. They won't ask anything beyond your resume...

All the Best for your interview and let me know if u have more questions....

Cheers

Gautami

hey gautmi,
Need your help ...i was interviewed 4 technical round in QC Hyd India...suddenly they scheduled one more round and this time a person from San Diego is going to take this interview. This opening is for WLAN testing. Please let me know what all I can prepare.

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Sam29 in Chicago, Illinois

65 months ago

Hi All,

I have on-site interview with Qualcomm for System test engineer multimedia position, can you please give me some idea such as what type of question they ask etc...etc...

Thanks

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lyc in San Diego, California

65 months ago

Hi all,
Has anyone got on-site interview without being phone interviewed first? i've got one in next week. my location is close but i don't know if it matters. i am looking for sr. software position. should i mention that to the recruiter?

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mic pal in SA, Texas

65 months ago

lyc in San Diego, California said: Hi all,
Has anyone got on-site interview without being phone interviewed first? i've got one in next week. my location is close but i don't know if it matters. i am looking for sr. software position. should i mention that to the recruiter?

What's up with your interview ? have u done with your interview ?
Kindly let me know , myself also the same case, close to the interview date in another two weeks time.
thanks.

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DQQ in Denver, Colorado

65 months ago

@lyc

I work for QC. We regularly bring people in for an onsite with no phone interview if they live in the area.

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sonu123 in Bangalore, India

65 months ago

Hi All,
In QC I have been thru all the technical interview ( 7 rounds ) but I didnt have my HR yet ..I asked HR about this , he has asked me to wait... how are the possibilities that they will call back or HR round will happen . Its been 5 days since my all technical are finished.

Please let me know if any one has some idea on this.

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nickxu in Kirkland, Washington

62 months ago

Shadab Siddiqui in Santa Clara, California said: I have a phone interview for a position for a Software Engineer - Windows Mobile Productivity in QCT Division. Does anyone know what type of questions can be asked? Is there anyone familiar with this job type with Qualcomm that could help me in my interview??

Thnx

Could you please tell me what questions did you have in that interview? I am gonna be interviewed by the same team.

Thanks!

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Altan in San Diego, California

62 months ago

Basically QCT interviews are similar. They ask you to write C algorithms to implement either standard libc functions or data structures.

All interviewers ask you write functions that are similar to each other, so sometimes they ask whether you did same question with prior interviewers. (It gives an impression that they have a set of questions to ask somewhere on intranet)

The algorithm questions are easily be found in internet, just check cupcake or similar sites has also valuable answers.

The trick is, if you interviewed in QCT,study very well with these algorithms. Because everyone else coming to the interviews (mostly people from one particular Southern Asia) just memorizing those algorithms as their native alphabet and once asked, they write the algorithm without stuttering or a pause to think. So any performance below the typewriter speed interpreted like you are lacking C programming and Data Structure knowledge.

This gives the interviewers (mostly from one particular country) to have a chance to provide a negative feedback for you and positive feedback for their fellow countrymen.

The whole interview process is designed to encourage to hire people from one particular country. QCT has highest concentration ratio of engineers from that country in US. And that's no coincident.

The interview questions are same for both senior and junior candidates, so which provides an edge to fresh graduates since they are current with those algorithms and can easily memorize them.

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Altan in San Diego, California

62 months ago

Mostly No C++ questions asked, C++ is rarely used in QCT, so most engineers are not C++ experts neither.

Algorims to study:
* strstr, finding patterns
* atoi/itoa
* reverse string in place
* swap integers/strings in place
* binary tree specific questions (search, insert, delete, traverse, deepest node detection)
* linked list questions (insert, remove, circular detection)
* string operations in variable wide characters
* bitwise operations (counting 1s, reversing bits)

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CarneAsadaBrito in San Diego, California

62 months ago

Altan in San Diego, California said: Basically QCT interviews are similar. They ask you to write C algorithms to implement either standard libc functions or data structures.

All interviewers ask you write functions that are similar to each other, so sometimes they ask whether you did same question with prior interviewers. (It gives an impression that they have a set of questions to ask somewhere on intranet)

The algorithm questions are easily be found in internet, just check cupcake or similar sites has also valuable answers.

The trick is, if you interviewed in QCT,study very well with these algorithms. Because everyone else coming to the interviews (mostly people from one particular Southern Asia) just memorizing those algorithms as their native alphabet and once asked, they write the algorithm without stuttering or a pause to think. So any performance below the typewriter speed interpreted like you are lacking C programming and Data Structure knowledge.

This gives the interviewers (mostly from one particular country) to have a chance to provide a negative feedback for you and positive feedback for their fellow countrymen.

The whole interview process is designed to encourage to hire people from one particular country. QCT has highest concentration ratio of engineers from that country in US. And that's no coincident.

The interview questions are same for both senior and junior candidates, so which provides an edge to fresh graduates since they are current with those algorithms and can easily memorize them.

Unfortunately, this is all true. However, if you are unlucky enough to get a very competent interviewer, just scribbling out the algorithm on the white board will do you no good. When I encounter these types in an interview, and they do not walk me through their thought process while they write on the board, it's just a flat out NO HIRE from me regardless if the answer is correct.

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CarneAsadaBrito in San Diego, California

62 months ago

I think I said this before, but get yourself a copy of Programming Interviews Exposed (tinyurl.com/ydv79og
). You need to learn how to think in an interview, not try to learn exactly the algorithms you may or may not get.

Earlier in this thread I mentioned my interview experiences and how they asked questions pertaining to the position I was interviewing for. Well, it seems the interview process here has changed. QC is steering away from interviewing folks for specific positions, but rather interviewing folks as general QC SW engineers or general QC HW engineers.

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Lazlo Jr in Arlington, Virginia

61 months ago

I had a phone interview recently for a product security engineer position. Mostly i was asked about(based on) what was on my resume. Some cryptography questions like ECC VS RSA, Key length of ECC, some computer security like access control(Mandatey, roll based ..etc) and which one is good for this scenario, how can you secure a system with this set up ... I had a project on multimedia security and he asked me about its application , when and where that can be used ...
Basically it was more of checking my familiarity with cryptography and computer security. i heard from previously interviewed guys the real hard core questions will be during onsite ...
Hope it helps for anyone who is going to be interviewed for Product security engineer position. Hey the guy who interview me was relaxed and friendly(lucky me!).

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Altan in San Diego, California

61 months ago

Quite interesting. When have you had the phone interview? I know that QCOM are still in hiring freeze mode. Did you asked your recruiter about the hiring freeze?

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Manish Madhsoodan in Mundelein, Illinois

56 months ago

Hi All,

I have an interview for Test Engineer position. Could some one please let me know how to prepare.
It is for QCT team.

thx

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jay in Breitungen, Germany

51 months ago

rizwan in Saarbrucken, Germany said: Hi, can anyone tell me about the onsite interview.

I had two telephone interviews for UMTS mobile testing (mainly related to GSM/UMTS) and now being called for the onsite interview.

I'll be keen to know any suggestions etc or what exactly the can ask in onsite interview.

your comments would be much appreciated.

Thanks,


Hi Rizwan,
i have telephonic interview with QCT frankfurt division.Could you tell me what all the questions they ask.
Thanks
Jay

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ravali in San Diego, California

48 months ago

Hi I am Ravali, I got a call from Qualcomm technical phone interview for an IT summer Intern. I am really new and I am wondering if anyone can help me with kind of questions I can expect in a phone interview. If any one has been to an IT intern interview.
Any suggestions would be really helpful.

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nrjpoddar in Gainesville, Florida

48 months ago

Lazlo Jr in Arlington, Virginia said: I had a phone interview recently for a product security engineer position. Mostly i was asked about(based on) what was on my resume. Some cryptography questions like ECC VS RSA, Key length of ECC, some computer security like access control(Mandatey, roll based ..etc) and which one is good for this scenario, how can you secure a system with this set up ... I had a project on multimedia security and he asked me about its application , when and where that can be used ...
Basically it was more of checking my familiarity with cryptography and computer security. i heard from previously interviewed guys the real hard core questions will be during onsite ...
Hope it helps for anyone who is going to be interviewed for Product security engineer position. Hey the guy who interview me was relaxed and friendly(lucky me!).

Hi,

I have an interview with Qualcomm for Product Security Engineer. Can you tell me how there on-site interviews are and what kind of questions can I expect? Are there any coding questions? What sort of cryptographic protocols are asked?? Thanks

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