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Organization : DirectI
Position : Software Developer
My interview at Directi comprised of 1 written and 4 technical face to face interview rounds.

Round 1: Written (Coding)
I was given 1.5 hours to solve just one question. It was based on coding and was quite tough. I was able to solve it but the given time is appropriate as you will need that much time for the question they give you.

Round2: Technical Interview + Puzzles/Aptitude
Some technical questions and puzzles were asked by the interviewee. I lost the count of questions but they were in general easy to moderate and a technically sound person will have no problem in this round.

Round 3: Technical Interview
Again, technical language base questions were asked with the difficulty level ranging from easy to difficult. Some aptitude puzzles/questions were asked as well which gave me a sigh of relief as they were easy when compared with the technical questions.

Round 4: Technical Interview
This interview was pretty difficult and the interview was keen on asking the difficult and tricky technical questions. I was not able to answer all the questions correctly and one needs to be prepared very well for this round.

Round 5: Technical Interview
By this time, I was literally exhausted. This was the fourth and last technical interview round. The questions were difficult again. Also in this round I was asked about my previous projects and some work related things.
The best part about my interview at Directi was the experience I gained through the process. Plus the interviewees were really nice and overall it was good.


Thanks Anmol for sharing the details of your interview.
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