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Interviews at XtremeEDA
Anonymous Employee in Minneapolis, MN
I applied through an employee referral The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at XtremeEDA (Minneapolis, MN) in Mar 2015
I had three phone interviews and that's it. I interviewed with the recruiter and he mostly talked about my experience and why I'd like to leave my previous employer. The second interview was with the Director of Engineering who is based out of Canada. We talked a bit regarding my experience and possible salary demands. The third was with the person who'd be my boss. That was mostly personal stuff. He wanted to get to know me.
- Why did I want to leave my current employees
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at XtremeEDA
The HR recruiter initiated a phone interview, this was followed quickly by the hiring manager and once this progressed there was direct contact with different E-team members. They were all professional and very knowledgeable in the Verification area. Being a small company the decision process and offer was quick and reasonable.
- General questions on Verification and Design including UVM, directed-tests, Analog design and Mixed-signal methodologies.
Anonymous Employee in Ottawa, ON
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at XtremeEDA (Ottawa, ON) in Jun 2012
After submitting my resume I was offered an opportunity for an in-person interview. The interview consisted of describing technical details on my resume, in detail. The interviewer was experienced in interviewing and, I think, could tell if any exaggeration was involved. Always be honest about what you can and can't do, and where you need to learn more. That tells the interviewer more about your integrity than anything.
- Most of the questions were about detailed technical questions about things on my resume. The interviewer was technically capable so discussion was easy.