I am from MNIT Jaipur. I recently got interviewed in our campus placement for Adobe, following is my interview experience.
They started with something I did not even think of, Images fundamentals. Making images blurry, making them shaggy.
Operating on images in parallel.
Hardware engines support for parallelism.
Some other fundamentals Adobe people were amazingly helpfulabout computer architecture because I had written it in CV.
Round 2 ‘
They started with OS and other subjects of their requirements such as data structures.
Q1 OS support for parallelism.
Q2 Recursion, heap and stack management.
Q3 Memory protection in OS?
Q4 Interviewer asked my laptop’s configuration and then asked some hardware questions about it.
Q5 You have a lot of small integers in an array. You have to multiply all of them. You need not worry about overflow and range, you have enough support for that. What can you do to speed up the multiplication on your machine?
Q6 Design a data structure for excel spreadsheet?
It was the best one. coding questions and algorithmic thinking was checked. Project work was also discussed.
Q1 Tower of hanoi?
Q2 Find pair of elements whose sum equal to a given number
Q3 Few image puzzles were asked.
Round 4 (HR Round)
Q1 Tell me about yourself quickly?
Q2 Why Adobe type questions were asked.
Adobe people were amazingly helpful. It was a nice experience and I cracked the interview.
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