Organization : Tribal Fusion
Position : Software Engineer
Tribal Fusion Interview Process
I applied at Tribal Fusion for the post of Software Engineer through a staffing agency. I was interviewed at Tribal Fusion and the process took just two days. There were a total of four rounds in the hiring process at Tribal Fusion - Written Test and Technical Interviews.
Round 1 - Written Test
The written test was based on java based questions. There were some coding problems and there were aptitude questions as well. The test was average in difficulty and the time given was enough to complete it if you know how to.
Round 2 - Technical Interview
If you qualify the previous round, you will be called in for the technical interview. This technical interview lasted for about an hour. Many questions were asked. All the questions were technical and majorly they were focused on core java. Some of the questions that were asked are:
Q1. What is a JVM? Differentiate between JDK and JVM.
Q2. What is the access scope of a protected method?
Q3. How do you extend a Class more than one Class?
Round 3 - Second Technical Interview
This technical interview was more or less the same as the previous. Many more java development based questions were asked. This time, I face two interviewers at the same time. So the speed at which questions came was more obviously. This might leave you under pressure. But if you can focus, the questions were not difficult. Probably they just want to check if you can work under pressure or not. Some algorithm based questions were asked as well in this round.
Round 4 - HR Round
The HR interview was all about human behavior based questions. Thus it will be advisable to go through with all the expected questions online. Other than that, you may be asked a couple of questions on your resume. But nothing is difficult or problem worthy.
After your basic interview, you will be offered a package and you can't negotiate.
How to crack (get into) Tribal Fusion Interview
The hiring process at Tribal Fusion but I did not like the staff much. People here try to outsmart you boasting their knowledge. If you come across any such questions which are vague, don't start getting tense. Probably they want to scare you away but if you keep calm and answer other questions, you will definitely be able to crack the interview.
The questions in my interviews were mostly based on core Java and thus that is the area you need to focus on if you want to crack the interview. Also go through all the important algorithms and that will be sufficient. Rest, all I can do is wish best luck to all the candidates who will be appearing in the interview at Tribal Fusion.
Thanks Anmol for sharing the details of your interview.
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