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I applied through other source. The process took 6 weeks. I interviewed at NVIDIA (Santa Clara, CA) in Dec 2019
InterviewThe process was the usual. Starts off with phone screen, then more complicated phone interview with a few knowledge-based questions and maybe a simple question. Then last is the on-site interview with 5-6 different people.
This was my favorite interview during my job search. It was a good mix of experience-based, knowledge-based, coding, and design questions. It definitely was not easy, but the reason I liked it so much was that it did not include solving annoying coding "puzzles" in which some secret algorithm is the answer. Instead, it was more focused on overall design. Even the coding questions were more of the type "please write some code to design me a class that would carry out this functionality for this example use case". Overall, the questions felt more like real engineering and casual conversation about design, rather than the interviewer sitting there in silence as you try to decipher a puzzle.Answer Question
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