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Full Stack Engineer Interview Questions

A full stack engineer is a technical expert in web and software development. They can handle almost every aspect of development, from servers to systems engineering and databases. During an interview, you can expect both technical questions and questions to determine your interpersonal and communication skills.

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Top Full Stack Engineer Interview Questions & How to Answer

Here are three top full stack engineer interview questions and tips on how to answer them:

Question No. 1: Are you working on anything right now?

How to answer: Since more coders are always working on something, the interviewer wants to get an idea of how involved you are in coding. Talk about any projects you are currently working on, whether it is for work or something you are doing in your own time.

Question No. 2: How did you select the tools and technologies for your last project?

How to answer: The interviewer wants to get an idea of your experience and how you go about working through a project. Explain the details about the process you followed; talk about why you selected the language you used; and mention what tools and technologies you selected. You can also talk about any problems you faced throughout the development and how you overcame them.

Question No. 3: What are the latest trends in full stack web development?

How to answer: Make sure you are up to date on the latest trends in all kinds of web and software development before your interview. Mention a few of the latest developments you are familiar with and how they might apply to the job. You can also talk about how you learned about the new technology.

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Full Stack Developer was asked...June 7, 2020

Given a formula (string) and a dict, replace each key that appears in the formula with its value. "CONCATENATE("#first_name#", " - ", 30)" { 'first_name': "Moshe", 'age': 20, 'status': "Done"} Result: "CONCATENATE("Moshe", " - ", 30)"

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column_id_to_value = {'first_name': "Moshe", 'age': 20, 'status': "Done"} formula = 'CONCATENATE("#first_name#", " - ", #age#)' dotIt(formula, column_id_to_value) def dotIt(formula, dictionary): answer = [] formula_list = formula.split("#") for form in formula_list: if form in dictionary: answer.append(str(dictionary[form])) else: answer.append(form) print(''.join(answer)) Less

let formula = "CONCATENATE('#first_name#', ' - ', '#age#')"; let user = { first_name: "Moshe", age: 20, status: "Done"}; let keys = Object.keys(user); function getKeys() { const keys = Object.keys(user); keys.forEach( key => formula = formula.replace(new RegExp('#'+key+'#'), user[key])); console.log(formula); } getKeys(); Less

def calculate_for_row(formula, column_id_to_value): result = [] replaced_last_part = False new_formula_parts = formula.split('#') for index, part in enumerate(new_formula_parts): if part in column_id_to_value: result.append(str(column_id_to_value[part])) replaced_last_part = True else: if index > 0 and not replaced_last_part: result.append('#') result.append(part) replaced_last_part = False parse(''.join(result)) def parse(formula): print(formula) column_id_to_value = {'first_name': "Moshe", 'age': 20, 'status': "Done"} formula = 'CONCATENATE("#first_name#", " - ", #age#)' calculate_for_row(formula, column_id_to_value) Less

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list and array related questions Basic sql question

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did my level best in 2nd round but not selected.

Can you share 2nd round question

Hi, can you please share the coding questions asked in round 2?

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MountBlue Technologies

Print patterns like Swastic sign, 2-D Array manipulations(Bit Difficult) and String manipulations.

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They will mail the exact date. The joining date is between 6-16 aug. The difficulty of 2nd round was medium. One question was a bit difficult and the rest were medium.If you are good at coding and regularly doing it then you can easily crack it. Less

Be sure you are good at coding.

when is your joining??what is the difficulty of 2nd round?

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return true if array of size n contains a permutation of [1,n]

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public static bool isPermutation(int[] arr) { int num = 0; for (int i = 0; i arr.Length) return false;//number out of range int tmp = 1 << (arr[i]-1); if ((num & tmp) == tmp) return false;// number was found before - duplicate num |= tmp; } return true; } Less

// Java Program to decide if an // array represents a permutation or not import java.util.*; class GFG{ // Function to check if an // array represents a permutation or not static boolean permutation(int []arr, int n) { // Set to check the count // of non-repeating elements Set hash = new HashSet(); int maxEle = 0; for (int i = 0; i < n; i++) { // Insert all elements in the set hash.add(arr[i]); // Calculating the max element maxEle = Math.max(maxEle, arr[i]); } if (maxEle != n) return false; // Check if set size is equal to n if (hash.size() == n) return true; return false; } // Driver code public static void main(String args[]) { int arr[] = { 1, 2, 5, 3, 2 }; int n = arr.length; if (permutation(arr, n)) System.out.println("Yes"); else System.out.println("No"); } } Less

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JATO Dynamics

Why did i choose to apply for JATO?

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I answered with I am looking for a challenge and to join a company that has a long term vision and goal and they needs people like me to join the journey and support them through the company transformation. Less

Read my "Database Production Assistant" and you will realise how slippery, contorted, unreliable and mendacious they are, worthy of avoiding for aye. Less

Thank you for your review. JATO appreciate the comments and feedback provided and are happy to hear you were happy with the outcome of the interview, even though the technical questions were a little difficult. Less

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difference between null and void

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Could you please tell us what can be the expected salary for 4-5 years of experience candidate. Less

Do you know what is the salary band for PM?

How much salary did they offer you?

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What are the design patterns? What is a promise? Asked about my projects Program about linked list

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Builder pattern A linked list is a linear data with structure in which elements , design a data structure that supports for following operations Less

Oct 2nd

Yes we have to conduct the interview

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solve a problem without for loops

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How went the second challenge?

How was the second challenge?

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How to print numbers from 0 to n without using a loop?

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using recursion was my answer, make a function that calls itself with a stop condition Less



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They always start with: Why would you like to work with us?

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"It is very confuse they want a Country who speak Chinese but also native on English." wut Less

"It is very confuse they want a Country who speak Chinese but also native on English." wut Less

I also applied Full Stack Developer (No Japanese Required) Interview on my country. I found that LINE interview is good for fresh student because their technical question is not practical and quite look like my master degree homework question about the theory in I/O, network. I had 15 years+ experience in IT and 10 years in development cross-thought dataware house, ETL, windows, web, frontend, backend experience. But LINE doesn't focus on how's my experience can be contribute to their company, but just keep asking me question of (How to do), (What to do) brabrabrab to their product. Although they doesn't need to know Japanese, but they require the applicant have native level English. It is very confuse they want a Country who speak Chinese but also native on English. Less

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