Thales Interview Questions & Reviews in Toronto, ON
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Software Engineer Interview (Neutral Experience; Difficult Interview)
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Thales in June 2014.
Interview Details 1. HR interview
2. Interview with different project managers to see which project was the best fit for me
Interview Question – Questions about queues, heaps, arrays, algorithms... View Answer
Design Engineer Interview (Neutral Experience; Average Interview)
I applied in-person and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Thales in March 2010.
Interview Details I met the manager at Job fair and have been called for interview by HR. I met a HR manager and the Hiring manager together. Few technical questions have been asked. When they called me they asked to send my expected salary for contract and for full time employee.
Interview Question – They asked me if I want to be under contract or full time employee. I said both work for me. When the called me for contract and just told me the salary. They did not give a chance for negotiation or discussing about it. View Answer
Very Difficult Interview
Software Developer Interview (Negative Experience; Very Difficult Interview)
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Thales in February 2013.
Interview Details First Interview - very nice and decent about your work experience and personality.
Little talk about way you code and how to handle projects.
Second interview - full on technical interview two expert from Thales will come to interview ONLY PREPARE FOR TECHNICAL. there will no other questions
Interview Question – ALL QUESTIONS were most difficult and unexpected. They are quite not sure about how to prepare interview questions they will be same if you are experienced junior or intermediate. They want everyone to know all stuff in depth. IF you successfully answer one question another question in depth of that will be ready until you give up. 50% questions will be out of requirements. not sure what they want out of candidate but they want candidate to know everything. View Answer