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The Trade Group
On a demandé à un Production...28 juillet 2013

what have you failed at

12 réponses

nothing

I failed the 10th grade.

I failed at being my best friends best friend.

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Toyota North America

How many sick days have you had previous employer

8 réponses

Zero

zero

Honestly 2 days in 1 hall year

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GE

Tell me about a time when you had to make a decision without all the information you needed to make the decision. What was the decision and what was the outcome.

7 réponses

I was asked how much lean and safety experience I had.

I would have to rely on personal experience and how to prepare for the unexpected. It is difficult to make a decision without all the information needed but history of how similar situations have played out will ensure a reasonable outcome. Moins

I felt I wasted my time even interviewing with GE. I glad I took a different job at another company. Moins

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Mauser Packaging Solutions

Do you work more efficiently with a team or alone?

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I work best when I am with someone else.

Don't have nobody on my back

Alone

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Nature's Touch

Do you have any production work experience?

7 réponses

Yes

I have experience in production 03years

I have experience in production 03years

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Amdocs

How to rename a set of *.txt files to *.c

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mv cant be used because it will try to find a file with name *.c. So need to use for loop kind of thing. for example: 1)for i in `find / -type f -name '*.txt' -print` do x=`cut -d'.' -f1` mv $i $x.c done 2) ls *.txt|sed -e 's/.*/mv & &/' -e 's/.txt/.c/2'|sh Moins

All of above command may seems good to all of you, but except rename command follow command is more compatible to do such task: find / -name "*.txt" -exec mv {} {}.c \; Moins

By using alias name = sai

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Nespresso Global

Comment s'appelle votre enfant.

6 réponses

Alors ?

Oui il y’a examen basique de français, math, et informatique.

Ok merci y a t il des question technique ? Pour l’entretien telephonique ? Quels sont le genre de question ? Merci d’avance Moins

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Motherson Sumi Systems

Tell us something about yourself

5 réponses

General description about college, family, general interests and technical skills. Moins

I am Neeraj Sethi

Presently working in Unisol India pvt ltd

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Precor

Can you be on time everyday? Can you drive?

5 réponses

I will be there on time and even on weekends if you need me, I’m very hard working and always on time. Moins

Yes I can drive

No

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Meta

For a given set of software checkins, write a program that will determine which part along the branch where the fault lies.

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A - array of versions, |A| = n check(A[0]) = true - first version is fine check(A[n-1]) = false - last version has the fault binary search: int start = 0; int end = n-1; while(end-start>1){ int middle = (end+start)/2; if (check(A[middle])) start = middle; else end = middle; } A[end] is the version with the fault Moins

first, design a test case to detect the failure. next, determine the last known "good" state of the software, i.e. the revision number of the last known "good" state. now, write a script that will check out each subsequent revision starting from the known good revision, build, run the test case and examine the output. When output fails, you can determine the revision at which the bug was introduced. Moins

I would write an integration test, for that scenario which started to fail. Then I'd write a shell script which would run that test over some amount of last revisions. Once test is failed, you've found a revision where mistake was made. Moins

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