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BI Data Architect was asked...February 6, 2020

A lot if SQL related questions were asked but i was able to deal with it nicely.

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Need to be perfect in SQL

Precision System Design

In a specific technology called SSIS they asked me about some of the do's and dont's when it comes to best performance.

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There were a variety of answers and I seemed to hit on about 4 of the 5 answers they were looking for. Less

BI Architect was asked...February 15, 2015

Questions were routine and predictable.

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Hi , i have a interview this week, had a technical interview last week, what kind of interview did u have for your face to face interview? Any help would be much appreciated Less

BI Architect was asked...December 20, 2022

Em qual situação você teve que tomar uma decisão importante?

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Dei um exemplo de algo que ocorreu em minha carreira.

Tata Consultancy Services

Why TCS when you belong to Non CS IT field ?

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Rather asking me , slap your stupid HR why he called me here.

Healthfirst (New York)
BI Architect was asked...February 22, 2018

Basic BI architecture expertise, usage of the latest tools and tech stack

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Pretty well.

Iovate Health Sciences

General HR questions. Not much substance in the hiring manager's questions.

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I applied to this job because, based on the job description, I satisfy a good chunk of the requirements, except for the Microsoft on-premise data reporting and analytics technologies (SRSS, ...etc). I do have their equivalent, however, plus a couple of years of using SQL server. The HR screening was fine, but I did sense some lack of organization early on. Next thing, I had an interview with the hiring manager on a Tuesday, just to receive a confirmation from HR that the interview is on Monday (few hours before the actual time). I accepted that, but there was no apology or explanation, and that served as a first sign of disrespect and lack of courtesy. The hiring manager was generally polite, but I did feel some scornful demeanor, complaining twice about my camera freezing (did not have that complaint ever before, during any virtual meeting). What I did learn from him is that most of their technology stack is still on premise, with some cloud presence, and that their data volume is mostly on the low end, still using old Microsoft based technologies for generating reports and running some analytics. I learned, however, that this (presumably, permanent) position was to replace someone going on maternity leave, but, upon her return, the new hire can move to a more managerial role. Of course, this was not highlighted in the job posting or by the HR, and does raise the question of the fate of the new employee if someone else is favored for that managerial role over the course of the year. The hiring manager highlighted that they are a Microsoft shop, and questioned my skills in that area, which I highlighted earlier. When asked about my preferences in a workplace, I mentioned working with new technologies and open communication with management. I was then told by the hiring manager that, in the spirit of open communication, he believes that I am not a good fit for the job because of the lack of some Microsoft technologies (which were never listed on my CV in the first place, so why did they waste my time by calling?) and because of my preferences in a future workplace (apparently, he was offended by me saying 'new technologies'). I did read some Glassdoor employee reviews before the interview, which flagged an unhealthy work environment, and, unfortunately, the condescending interviewing approach proved that right, and considering the employer's size and technology stack, there is really nothing that justifies such demeanor. Less

Deutsche Bank

How cool was it when you worked at Harley Davidson? (not kidding about this at all)

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"It was the most boring IT job I've had." Yeah I know, it wouldn't get me the job, but this was an innapropriate question in a technical interview. I mean, the hiring manager showed up in a HD T-shirt, and I had already decided that I didn't want to work for this person Less


Business case on implementing an OLAP solution

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BI Architect was asked...September 25, 2016

If I was brave enough to create a good Business intelligence Team

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It will be a pleasure

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