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Adobe's India campus was inaugurated in February 1998 to augment engineering resources for the Product Development organization. From the very outset, the focus was on hiring top engineering talent and establishing a world-class work ethic. The results were soon evident. In 1999 the India engineering team shipped key components for InDesign 1.0-Adobe's premium offering in the page layout and design area. A small engineering team was seeded to work on the Acrobat Desktop Product. In 2000, the team expanded further and shipped components for Illustrator, Golive, Photoshop and Indesign 1.0 (J). A new team was setup to proliferate the Adobe Acrobat Reader on various alternative platforms. A singular achievement in 2001 was the release of PageMaker 7.0 from the India campus. This was perhaps the first instance of a major international Desktop product being engineered from India. The Hand Held team shipped the Acrobat Reader on Palm OS and Pocket PC. These products had more than a million downloads. The Digital Imaging and Digital Video team was set up in 2002. In October 2002, as the headcount crossed 130, the campus shifted to a new 200,000 square feet state of the art building in the heart of Noida. New Engineering teams were set up to work on the next release of Frame Maker (FM 7.1) and for working on a plug-in to move PageMaker customer's to InDesign. A small team was formed to work on New Product ideas. The DI team released the Photo Shop Album Starter Edition in 2003.The Acrobat team released key components for the Acrobat 6.0 release. To support Adobe's thrust in the Forms based solutions area, the Acrobat Server group was set up at the campus. A new team was set up to work on PostScript. A Pre-release Program Management team to run the Beta programs for some Adobe products from India was formed. Another milestone was the signing up of partnerships with major Indian software companies like TCS and Wipro to sell Adobe Forms solutions to Enterprises as part of their overall solution. A Team was set up to partner with these companies and provide support. We exited the year with 250 people on board. The campus would continue to grow in 2004. The areas of expansion include the Acrobat Server group, Digital Imaging and Digital Video. In the Creative Pro Business Unit growth is expected in the Post Script team.

ADOBE Written Test Section -1 1) Wap to reverse a linked list and sort the same. 2) Given two integers A & B. Determine how many bits required to convert A to B. Write a function int BitSwapReqd(int A, int B); 3) Write an algorithm to insert a node into sorted linked list.After inserting, the list must be sorted. 4) Without using /,% and * operators. write a function to divide a number by 3. itoa() function is available. 5) Wap to swap two integer pointers. 6)Write a funcn int round(float x) to round off a floating point num to int. 7) write an ALP to find sum of First n natural numbers using the following Instructions LDA num ; load Accumulator with num DCR R ; decrement Register R INR R ; increment Register R MOV x,y ; move the contents of register y into register x JZ label ; jump to label if A=0 DJNZ label; Decrement & Jump if A 0 you can use B & C registers in addition to A register Cool prove that a tree is BST.what is height of a tree? 9) Given A,B & C Boolean polynomials.Prove That (A+BC)=(A+B)(A+C) Section - 2 There Were four section: 1. Aptitude: They had fairly simple arithmatic question, questions on geometry and questions like whether information can be deduced from the comments given. It was fairly easy and jst u need to have basic clear. 2. Analytical: Questions like pattern matching, odd one out were there. Be careful while attempting these two sections that u wont be having much time. Before u know the time is over. 3. Computers: This paper is mostly from the topics u cover in B.Tech. there was one question on finite automata,Bit manipultaion(flipping the bits), drawing the tree given preorder and inorder traversal, finding the formula for N-ary tree to fine number of external nodes. 4. C/Java: Here u had to write C programs(Mind u no mutiple questions).There was one question to write program to search a string from bigger string, write a algorithm to compute X^n which is of complextity log n, implement atoi

function.(U cannot use any standard function in these.)

Questions 1. what percentage of total mass does liver has Ans 2.4% What is the ratio of bones to total mass All the questions are simple .. 3. 45 min Testing concept test: 20 objective multiple choice qustions like binary form of numbers, virtual memory, lossy compression, while loop, if-then-else, error codes. ba. lossy compression b. lossless Compression c.text d image 2. output of 11000100 minus 2 3. Memory leakage is because of a. variable not decraled b. variable not free.. like this 4 options were given 4. Virtual memory concept is related to a. memory leagkage {mospagebreak} 5.Regretion testing is defined as a. testing the whole application b.testing the different modules in the application 6. If the time is very limited for the testing then what would u test in the application. a. run all the tests b.look for the most used featues in the application c.go to the test plan and run the test based on the priority I would suggest to go thru all the definition like what is regretion testing .what is unit smoke.etc. 1 Test Case Writing questions: 10 test cases for entering 3 values representing sides of a triangle and the program giving output as scalene, isosceles or eqilauteral (10 Marks) 1 Output of a calculator and finding the error in the output, write the defect log for the bug (5 Marks) 1 Ques on weather Dev should do the testing or not. Give 3 reason on favour and 2 against it. (5 Marks) 1 Question diff between priority of a bug and severity of a bug. Give example of one case where priority is high but severity is low and one case where severity is high bur priority is low. 1 Question on a program that calculates P=R/I where R, I are integer inputs and P a floating point output. Write 10 test cases for this - 5 Marks.

2nd LEVEL INTERVIEW PROCESS 1. Software test: One hour Software test. U will be placed on a system with an application opened that is containing bugs in it. A reference doc will be provided where u will find the description of six modules of the application. U have to find maximum number of bugs in those six modules given in the reference doc in one hour. Each module contains at least one bug. U will have to keep writing the bug in a paper provided to u as u keep finding it with the time when u found it. 2. 5 rounds of Interviews each of approximately 1 hour. 1st will be by a Senior Team member level guy, focusing on everything from simple codes to find errors in them, writing simple algos, giving very simple puzzles, test cases for a marker, ur projects, about urself, etc. The guy will keep giving hints and help u to solve the problem.

2nd will be by a Manager level guy, based on ur technical skills, puzzles to be solved on the whiteboard in front of him, algo to reverse a string using array, questions on ur projects, test cases of a duster, the projects u have mentioned in ur CV. More of a question-answer based approach, not very interactive. 3rd will be by a senior HR on why Adobe, what keeps u going, where r u placed in ur organization, all HR questions and about ur projects and Organizational levels. 4th will be by a Senior Team member level guy, focusing only on puzzles, lots of puzzles and scenario based test cases, like how to test an imaging application that removes the red eye affect from an image, test cases of an VOIP phone. The guy will keep giving hints and help u to solve the problem. 5th will be by a Senior Team member level guy, focusing on problem solving approach, scenario based error investigation, like an attachment is not opening in outlook on a particular system, what all can be the reasons. The guy will sort of discuss with u the problem and will try to find out the solution at the same time assessing ur problem solving skill. Then he will play a logical game, then some general questions, test cases for a radio, something about Adobe etc.

Company Name : ADOBE Type : Fresher, Job Interview Exam Date: 23rd July 2010 No of Rounds : Screening Test, Aptitude Test, Technical Round-1, Technical Round-2 Paper Pattern: Quant was easy but speed matters... cut off went very high Among the engineerin paper Total of 20 questions were there... 1: given some values draw a binary search tree from them.. take them in order given 2: a hash function was given .. and few keys we had to tell which two keys map to the same location 3: find the lowest common ancestor of a bst 4: what is a doubly linked list ?? write a program to reverse a doubly linked list. 5: given a string which contains a number in binary format.. write a program to convert that number inplace to its 2's complement. 6:file 1: int arr[10]; file 2: extern int *arr; foo(){ arr[0]=10; } what can be the problems and in whta conditions 7: a 3-d matrix was given in format a[3][2][4]={1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23,24} find **(*a+1) 8: a assembly code was given ... it was too ajeeb sa ..i cud not get that 9: which is the best data structure to check correct paranthesization of an expression ?? give reasons ? 10: in one line tell the maximum of 3 nos using tertiary operator(?:) 11: tell diff a) void (*P)(void *a[],int n); b) void *(*p[])(void *a,int n); 12.. a question was there in which #defeine sum(a,b) (a*b) #define mult(a,b) (a)+(b) was given .. then a complex expression to solve REST I DONT REMEMBER.. in all paper was very easy

Company Name : ADOBE Type : Fresher, Job Interview Exam Date: 17th July 2010 No of Rounds : Screening Test, Aptitude Test, Technical Round-1, Technical Round-2 Location : Allahabad (India) WRITTEN ROUND: Section 1 - 45 mins 15 Ques. Analytical Analysis 30 Ques. Quantitative Analysis (too much easy from my point of view) Section 2 - 90 mins Paper 1: 1. There are N address lines in the procesor, which is true regarding the virtual space of the running process a. there is no limit on virtual space b. 2^N bytes in virtual space c. it depends upon size of RAM d. Nothing can b said or none of the above( i m not sure abt this option) Question : 2 A. threads share memory at heap B. threads share stack C. (this option was related to somthing death of thread then wat happens to other child thread) D. thread improve efficiency in multiprocessor system a. only A b. Only A & D(or may b option was Only A &C) c. Only A,C,D d. none of the above 3. in this a BST was given and u have to find average search for a number of keys then select the appropriate option for that average value 4. if there N processors in a multiprocessor system them wat is the order of summing N numbers a. log n^2 b. log n/2 c. log n d. n*n 5. indented set of loops were given then u have to find number of the times the function will b called in the most interior loop. loop was varying like i=1 to N then inner one j=1 to i then so on.... 6. relation sum of degree of each node of the graph and number of edges (may vertex i dont remember and even dont want to think much more about it) then relation between number of vertex and number of edges in the graph. 7. write a function with arg NODE *p , NODE* q such that it inserts q between p and p->next 8. calculate power of a number and complexity of your process. 9. program to find whether a point lies in a traingle or not u were not supposed to check that the given 3 points representing traingle form a traingle coz u were allowed to assume that they form a traingle(hint :- there was hint something related to area i actually dont remember that bt that hint applies that u have to calculate area of the given traingle then u have to find area of three traingle formed by the given point and points of the traingle and if they are equal then point is inside the traingle). 10. write a function for y=a0+a1x+a2x^2.........+anx^n-1 (i actually dont remember question the question completely because i havennt done this ques) Paper 2: 1. a union was given with member int and pointer then u have to tell what will sizeof return 2. difference between calloc and malloc 3. int fun(int n) { unsigned static int b=2; int a=3; /*some simple code was also there bt i dont remember that with action performed on a and b*/ return (n+a+b) } o/p when u will call printf("%d %d",fun(4),fun(5))

4.write a function to return index of string s where that index represent righmost occurenece of string t in s 5. write a function to flip odd bits of a unsigned int 6. write a function to print sum of two unsigned integer if there is no overflow otherwise print a message that overflow is happening 7. write a function to generate all anagrams of a string 8. struct node{ int data; struct node *prev,*next; } if a head pointer is given to the list having the above structure then print the item in the reverse order that is from end to starting (nothing was given whether list is doubly linked list or circularly double linked list in all there was no information abt how list is being mantained). 9. suppose u write this line on command line myprog.exe hello world then u have to print world hello myprog.exe 10. write a program to swap to interger pointer Company Name : Adobe India Type : Experienced Guys!! Double check your offer before you join Adobe India. These managers and HR fool you like anything. Offer seems so inviting as if you're the king, its only after you join, you come to know that you've been screwed and fooled. If your actual CTC is X, these guys make it look like 1.5X in offer letter and make u believe that this is actually even more than 1.5X. Also they might cheat you on project details and will sure lie about the quality of work you'll be offered. It sucked me and I came out within 2 months (Thank God). Best of luck to you people. Exam/Interview Date : 24-Oct-2009 No of Rounds : Screeing Test, Aptitude Test, Techincal Round-1, Techincal Round-2, Group Discussion - GD, Client/Manager Interview Location : Noida Contributor: Rohit

C Language: 1. What is the difference between Char a[ ]=”string” and char *a=”String” 2. What is wrong with the code? The code was for conversion from Celsius to Fahrenheit : degF =5/9*(c+32) In code this line was wrong as we want 5/9 and that to be multiplied with bracket result. But here 9 will be first multiplied with bracket result. 3. What are Data breakpoints? Give two scenarios where we make the use of this 4. What do you mean by Bit fields? Give example 5. Write the function for changing a number from hexadecimal to integer htoi(s 6. Compare two binary trees they are same or not. 7. You have N computers and [Ca, Cb] means a is connected to b and this connectivity is symmetric and transitive. then write a program which checks that all computers are interconnected and talk two each other 8. WAP to find Depth of tree program. We were given the structure of the node using that we need to write the code. 9. In binary search we have two comparisons one for greater than and other for less than the mid value. Optimize so that we need to check only once 10. Question was some what like we need to write the function so that we get the two dimensional array and memory is assigned to it using malloc function. Don’t remember the question exactly. But this was the only question in proper language Engineering : I remember only 5 questions in this. A s this was taken first.... 1. Binary search Tree was given. Find 4th smallest element. 2. Some code in assembly was given and given five options. What is being calculated? Ans (XY) 2 + Y + Z 3. Represent (-5)10 in 2’s complement representation in 8 bits 4. Expression was given. Draw tree and then find the postfix 5. Some commands in the assembly language were given. Then need to convert this code in assembly A=300; For (i=0 ; i<=10 ; i++) A=A+200;

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C Paper: 1. What is the difference between Char a[ ]=”string” and char *a=”String” 2. What is wrong with the code? The code was for conversion from Celsius to Fahrenheit : degF =5/9*(c+32) In code this line was wrong as we want 5/9 and that to be multiplied with bracket result. But here 9 will be first multiplied with bracket result. 3. What are Data breakpoints? Give two scenarios where we make the use of this 4. What do you mean by Bit fields? Give example 5. Write the function for changing a number from hexadecimal to integer htoi(s 6. Compare two binary trees they are same or not. 7. You have N computers and [Ca, Cb] means a is connected to b and this connectivity is symmetric and transitive. then write a program which checks that all computers are interconnected and talk two each other 8. WAP to find Depth of tree program. We were given the structure of the node using that we need to write the code. 9. In binary search we have two comparisons one for greater than and other for less than the mid value. Optimize so that we need to check only once 10. Question was some what like we need to write the function so that we get the two dimensional array and memory is assigned to it using malloc function. Don’t remember the question exactly. But this was the only question in proper language Engineering Paper: I remember only 5 questions in this. A s this was taken first 1. Binary search Tree was given. Find 4th smallest element. 2. Some code in assembly was given and given five options. What is being calculated? Ans (XY) 2 + Y + Z 3. Represent (-5)10 in 2’s complement representation in 8 bits 4. Expression was given. Draw tree and then find the postfix 5. Some commands in the assembly language were given. Then need to convert this code in assembly A=300; For (i=0 ; i<=10 ; i++) A=A+200; NOTE: NO Automata questions were asked. Good News!!!! The engineering paper was totally based on the Data Structure, simple assembly programs implementation and some simple algorithms related to data structures. So read Arrays, Linked list, postfix prefixes inorder post order etc. Paper: Adobe Placement Paper Pattern May-2006 There were four section: 1. Aptitude: They had fairly simple arithmetic question, questions on geometry and questions like whether information can be deduced from the comments given. It was fairly easy and just u need to have basic clear. 2. Analytical: Questions like pattern matching, odd one out were there. Be careful while attempting these two sections that u wont be having much time. Before u know the time is over. 3. Computers: This paper is mostly from the topics u cover in B.Tech. there was one question on finite automata, Bit manipulation (flipping the bits), drawing the tree given preorder and inorder traversal, finding the formula for N-ary tree to fine number of external nodes. 4. C/Java: Here u had to write C programs (Mind u no mutiple questions). There was one question to write program to search a string from bigger string, write a algorithm to compute X^n which is of complexity log n, implement atoi function. (U cannot use any standard function in these.) Paper: Adobe Campus Placement Paper 3rd Sep 2006 at Mumbai (Technical Section-C++) 1) Write a program to reverse a linked list and sort the same. 2) Given two integers A & B. Determine how many bits required to convert A to B. Write a function int BitSwapReqd(int A, int B); 3) Write an algorithm to insert a node into sorted linked list. After inserting, the list must be sorted. 4) Without using /,% and * operators. write a function to divide a number by 3. itoa() function is available.

5) Write a program to swap two integer pointers. 6) Write a function int round (float x) to round off a floating point num to int. 7) write an ALP to find sum of First n natural numbers using the following Instructions LDA num ; load Accumulator with num DCR R ; decrement Register R INR R ; increment Register R MOV x,y ; move the contents of register y into register x JZ label ; jump to label if A=0 DJNZ label; Decrement & Jump if A 0 you can use B & C registers in addition to A register 8) Prove that a tree is BST. What is height of a tree? 9) Given A, B & C Boolean polynomials. Prove That (A+BC) = (A+B) (A+C) INTERVIEW PROCESS FOR QA: 1. Software test: One hour Software test. U will be placed on a system with an application opened that is containing bugs in it. A reference doc will be provided where u will find the description of six modules of the application. U have to find maximum number of bugs in those six modules given in the reference doc in one hour. Each module contains at least one bug. U will have to keep writing the bug in a paper provided to u as u keep finding it with the time when u found it. 2. 5 rounds of Interviews each of approximately 1 hour. 1st will be by a Senior Team member level guy, focusing on everything from simple codes to find errors in them, writing simple algos, giving very simple puzzles, test cases for a marker, ur projects, about urself, etc. The guy will keep giving hints and help u to solve the problem. 2nd will be by a Manager level guy, based on ur technical skills, puzzles to be solved on the whiteboard in front of him, algo to reverse a string using array, questions on ur projects, test cases of a duster, the projects u have mentioned in ur CV. More of a question-answer based approach, not very interactive. 3rd will be by a senior HR on why Adobe, what keeps u going, where r u placed in ur organization, all HR questions and about ur projects and Organizational levels. 4th will be by a Senior Team member level guy, focusing only on puzzles, lots of puzzles and scenario based test cases, like how to test an imaging application that removes the red eye affect from an image, test cases of an VOIP phone. The guy will keep giving hints and help u to solve the problem. 5th will be by a Senior Team member level guy, focusing on problem solving approach, scenario based error investigation, like an attachment is not opening in outlook on a particular system, what all can be the reasons. The guy will sort of discuss with u the problem and will try to find out the solution at the same time assessing ur problem solving skill. Then he will play a logical game, then some general questions, test cases for a radio, something about Adobe etc. APER FOR FRESHERS (WRITTEN & INTERVIEW ) Written rounds: Round 1: Aptitude - Trivially simple. Time could be a problem for candidates not preparing for CAT. Fifteen questions in fifteen minutes. Round 2: Quantitative - This was even more trivial. Thirty questions in thirty minutes. These two rounds were entirely objective, multiple-choice with no negative marking. We had to fill in an OMR sheet and very few of us had pencils and erasers with us - almost everybody had pens. That was bad as we couldn't change an option after marking it. Round 3: Engineering. This included a lot of general stuff. Don't remember much about it. Thirty minutes. 15 marks Round 4: Code. This was a real test. A lot of questions and quite a few that I hadn't seen before. We were supposed to write working C code in a limited time. 15 questions. 45 marks. It was like Neo fighting Smith in Matrix 3! 10 were selected out of 60 people who wrote the test. Interview1: He is very soft-spoken and one of my friend told me that this guy had brutally destroyed him. So I was terribly nervous. I usually am confident but in that room, I was stammering! Finally, it turned out that he wasn't that brutal after all. Moral of the story: Stay confident at all times. 1. He asked me my specialization? When I told him that I had none as I didn't want to specialize in this stage, he was a little surprised but appeared satisfied with my reason. 2. Why not further studies? (He had noted that I was third in my batch. He appeared impressed by that Answer : I told him that my profile clearly indicated that I've been trying to get into the industry via internships, industry-funded projects right from second year, second sem. I said that I was fully sure that I didn't want to do MS anytime soon. 3. He asked me to tell him about my favorite project.

Answer : I told him about the web-browser that I had developed for cell-phones. I thought that was the only project which was closest to what Adobe was working on. He appeared satisfied with my answers. 4. He then looked at my grades. He commented that my lowest grade - B- was in Digital Image Processing. I just looked at him like a doofus thinking of what to say. But he quickly added, 'don't worry, it happens.' So people, be fully prepared to explain any anomalous grades. I was prepared with the explanation of the W in the my grade-sheet but not of the B- in DIP. I know that this is really stupid considering that I was interviewing with Adobe. Don't make this mistake. 5. He then asked me a question that had been asked in Round 4, written test: Describe an optimal algorithm to find the second minimum number in an array of numbers. What is the exact number of comparisons required in the worst case? Note that they didn't ask the order in Big-Oh notation. They wanted the exact number of comparisons. Answer : I screwed up, big time in this question. I had superficially discussed this question with my friend a while ago and he had outlined an algorithm which I thought that I had understood, but I hadn't. I started off explaining it but got stuck in the middle. He sternly told me to read it up again. One solution that I could tell him, and which I had written in the test was this: Use two variables - min and second min. Initialize them by comparing the first two elements of the array. This is (1) comparison. Then, go through the entire array, from index 2 to n-1 comparing each element, first with min and then with second min, updating each variable as necessary. This will involve a worst case of two comparisons for each element. Therefore, total number of comparisons = 2*(n-2) + 1 = 2*n - 3 comparisons. I'll try to update this with a better solution, sometime soon. 6. Given a polygon (could be regular, irregular, convex, concave), find out whether a particular point lies inside it or outside it. Answer : This is an easy, straight question from graphics. You shoot a ray parallel to the x-axis passing through this point. Start with odd parity. Change parity of ray each time it intersects an edge of the polygon (consider special case of when the line passes through a vertex of the polygon. Change parity only if it passes through a vertex which has one edge above it and one edge below the ray). If the parity of ray is even when it passes through the point, it is inside the polygon, else it is not. 7. He asked me to explain Canny's algorithm to him. (this was because my DIP project was related to this) Answer : This is simple. Study DIP 8. Then, he gave me a practical problem to solve: Suppose you are given an image which contains some text and some photos. How do you find the location of the image? Answer : I gave various alternatives - from searching for RGB components, to using OCR.. he didn't appear fully satisfied. I think he was looking for edge-detection, but that would fail, if the text contained tables, etc.

Interview2 : He was friendly at the start but this interview was my worst. He asked me my favorite subject. I said that it was Programming. (He laughed at that) 1. Which are the four storage classes in C. Answer : static, extern, register, auto 2. Given a program: int i; int main() { int j; int *k = (int *) malloc (sizeof(int)); ... } Where are each of these variables stored?

Answer : I started off correctly, but he was able to confuse me. He brought in shared libraries, static libraries fundas into the discussion. We had a discussion for about twenty-minutes on this. Finally, he was happy with one of my answers because I had deduced which policy made sense and answered correctly. He said that out of all the people interviewed so far (I was second last), nobody had been able to answer all of these questions correctly 3. Question on polymorphisms. this is easy - get it from any C++ book. He tried to confuse me again, but this time I was ready and he was finally satisfied. Then he looked at my grades and said that out of all your grades, you have only two Bs and one of them is in Compilers. Why? (Damn it.. three non-A grades and that's all they ask about. What's wrong with this world?!) Didn't you like Compilers? "Not in particular", I replied. "Fine. Now, I HAVE to ask you questions on compilers", he said. 4. He again went back to the first question he had asked me. Once again, I had no satisfactory answer for him. 5. Then he wrote out some code and asked me how the compiler will generate code for it. I gave some answer, but he was clearly not satisfied. I thought it was all over by then. Then, he asked me a DIP question. He commented that he had given that particular question to his juniors in IITB once and they had done a very good job at it. The problem is this: A teacher is writing on a blackboard and we want to pass all the information on the blackboard over a low-bandwidth network in real-time. How do we do it. Answer : I first suggested that we capture only a small portion of the board. To locate that portion, we could search for the chalk in the prof's hand - of course, taking care that it had the blackboard in the background (no point capturing a video of the prof scratching his chin, na?). Further, if the prof was writing only text, we could convert the video into text by OCR and then transmitting. Simple diagrams could also be reduced to a set of vector-graphics instructions (we rarely, see the prof shading stuff). I think he liked my approach, but was not completely satisfied. Anyway, we left it at that and went forward. 6. Given a set of words one after another, give me a data structure so that you'll know whether a word has appeared already or not. Answer : I suggested various alternatives. but he kept helping me and finally, we came up with an array of pointers to 26-trees (each node of the tree has 26 children). Store every word as a path from the root to a leaf with pointers in the correct places. For example, hello would be stored as - pointer from 'h' index of the root array to a node which had a pointer from 'e' index of it's array to a node which had a pointer from 'l' index of the array.. and so on. This is both time and space efficient. 7. He asked me some questions on Inter process Communication: What's a semaphore? How are they used? He would often pick out words from my answers and ask me what they meant. He wanted to make sure that I really knew what I was talking about. I was able to answer all his questions, but I made the mistake of telling him, when we started off that I didn't know much about this subject as I had done it a long time ago. He was very annoyed at that, apparently because a lot of people before me had said this. 8. He then asked me some DB fundas. Transaction. Serializability, Consistent state, etc. I was able to answer all of them. I stumbled around a bit in a few questions where I was explaining correctly, but not using the keywords that he was looking for. 9. Finally, he asked me whether I had any questions. I thought that I should say something to make him realize that I was not completely stupid and so asked him whether there was any logic to the order in which the short-listed candidates were called. This turned out to be a dumb move. The order was alphabetic and he sent me off with a parting shot, saying "You guys do pattern recognition and stuff and still you can't recognize such a simple pattern" Me and my big mouth! Moral of the story: Don't ask questions for the sake of asking. Interview3 : Puzzle round After the first two interviews, this one was like having a warm batch after being cold and wet for days! I did well in this one. 1. There is a clock at the bottom of the hill and a clock at the top of the hill. The clock at the bottom of the hill works fine but the clock at the top doesn't. How will you synchronize the two clocks. Obviously, you can't carry either of the clocks up or down the hill! And you have a horse to help you transport yourself. And, the time required for going up the hill is not equal to the time required to go down the hill. Answer : You have to go up the hill and come back, with horse, without horse, getting four equations to solve four unknowns time to go uphill - with horse, without horse, time to go downhill - with horse, without horse. Then you can go up the hill and set the clock to '(time when you left) + (time to go uphill with horse)'

2. There was one more puzzle.. I don't remember it. but I do remember that we started discussing ways of generating large prime numbers. I told him the fundamental of Mersenee primes (luckily remembered it) and he was decently impressed. 3. We also talked a bit about my phone browser project.

PAPER: ADOBE SYSTEM PLACEMENT PAPER ON 25th FEBRUARY AT NOIDA( CONSISTING OF C, JAVA & ENGINEERING) I have given the test on 25 February for the Developer. This was for the experienced people
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