Intuit Interview Experience

One of our successful users, Satveer Singh with a decade-plus of experience shares his success at Intuit Interview Experience and his journey with us.

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Satveer Singh
Malaviya National Institute of Technology
Intuit Interview Experience

1)Tell us about yourself in a few words

Hi Everyone, I am Satveer Singh Mechu.

I have been working with industry for 12 years, worked on various organizations like Samsung, Oracle, VMware, and Intuit. I joined Intuit as a software engineer 6 months back to work with their flagship product QuickBooks. In my free time, I like to travel to different places and spend time with family.

2) How did you land a job at Intuit?

Intuit called me one evening saying they have shortlisted my resume and I heard this company name earlier also, one of the Best workplaces to work in India.

The first round was a telephonic screening and this round was mostly focused on C++. Around 30-35 different questions were asked to me which covered all areas of  C++.

The second round was Craft demo in which they gave me 2 problems and I had to choose any one problem and was given 2 days time to solve it.

I needed to demonstrate this craft when I went for F2F discussions.

Interviewer focused on

 – Design

 – Working code with correct results

 – Unit Test

Next rounds were related to C++, Design, DS & Algo and problem solving same as any other company like Microsoft/Amazon.

At last one round was Architect and this round completely focused on Operating system concepts.

Everything was completed in a day.

3) How was your experience with InterviewBit?

Whenever I used to get any doubts regarding interview scheduling or offer raise I always approached InterviewBit and a recruiter from InterviewBit always provided me with a quick response.

The practice problem set is good and such type of questions are usually asked in an interview. Test case attached to the problem set is really good.

4)  How many hours a day do you code?

I usually don’t code much. On an average, I code 2 hours a day. But whatever I code I focus on its unit testability, error handling, and portability.

5)  Why do you think you were selected among other candidates?

Whatever I know or do I keep deep understanding of it, I don’t just code but I know where this code is going to be used and what can be the performance impact of it.

6) What is that one thing about which you can talk for hours? Something that interests you a lot.

I can talk many hours or even days on data structures and algorithms/C++. These are the areas which I used extensively during coding and I spent many years to gain deep understanding around it.

Another thing is debugging and troubleshooting and this I learned when I faced fields issues related to performance and hang from live customers.

7) How do you prioritize what’s on your next “Learn Next” list?

I listen to buzz from around people and then I choose one of them. Like nowadays I hear a lot about AWS Lambda and I’m learning it to add it to my skill set.

8) How would you evaluate success? What are the top three factors that you would attribute to your success in life?

Whenever you get free time utilize it to learn something new and whatever u know should have a deep understanding of it.

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