Disclaimer: View described below are my own and do not reflect those of my employer! Granted it's been not a long time since I've been working at my new job; but the macro below is pretty apt! Ever since graduating, I've worked more than a few jobs. I started off as a technical editor and…Read more Working at a FAANG
9 days in an overcast London.
Okay. Time for the onsite. After the phone interviews went well, the recruiter scheduled a call with me to discuss dates and preparation strategies. The call was insanely helpful and it actually felt like that he wanted me to succeed. I decided to schedule the onsite a month from my phone interviews hoping this would…Read more Cracking the Facebook Developer Interview (2/2)
I've learned a lot through other engineers sharing their interview experiences. Maybe someone can learn something from mine.
My pre-planned -- yet inadvertently a surprise for many -- trip to India was something that I was looking forward to since the last 3 years. 2019 was extremely challenging work-wise and I was intensely home-sick. I wanted to meet my relatives, my neighbors, my friends and most all my family. Suffice to say, I…Read more India 2019
My first H1-B interview happened last week and I wanted to share my experience for documentation purposes.
2018, for me, had many highlights. A new job, getting a chance to see my fam, new cities and states, but more importantly; I met you.
Applying to a big company for an internship isn't always fun!
Problem: How would you determine the column name (e.g. "AQ" or "BH") of the nth column in Excel? Solution can be found here.
Given a list of words and a single word I had to find out if that single word is an anagram with any of the words in the list and return those words that are anagrams in an array.