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  • Things to do before leaving Microsoft

    Folks, Can you folks tell me things to do before leaving Microsoft. Here are few things that are on top of my mind 1. Utilize Perks+ 2. 401K max out 3. Bright Horizons backup care hours - Do you know how to benefit from this? May be take tution hours for kids? 4. Backup personal files from "Onedrive -Microsoft" (as you will lose access to 5TB) 5. W2 and Payslip backup 6. Personal profile backup - People talk about managepointhr , i have not gone there recently and don't know a way to go there. How to take backup of your profile? 7. Connects backup 8. Microsoft store - People talk about buying M365 subs, is it worth? 9. Anything else from benefits portal? Insurance? HSA? 10. How about linkedin Premium? I already have one active, wondering if I can buy for next year (as new fiscal year as started) ? 11. How about microsoft alumni network, is it worth $101 per year?

    2022-11-23 16:37:40

  • Looking for FANG/Tech referrals & Advice

    Hi all, first time posting here Looking to explore the market for a front-end role (or full-stack) and trying to move out of the banking sector, any advice for securing such roles, ie. do I still continue ahead and grind LC and all. Additionally, looking to get referrals for Meta/Google/Stripe/Crypto tech firms and such. Current TC: 90k (Am I at a lower end of the tech spectrum :O) YOE: 2 years+ Additional question: Is it common to jump into another country for tech roles from Singapore (citizen here)

    2022-11-23 11:25:00

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  • FB Network Engineering Corp - Coding Round Interview Experience

    A friend of mine has been asked a question in his coding round call: Given a file containing switch names, ports, Incoming BPS, Outgoing BPS. He had to find out the top talking switches using automation/scripting. He had done it in python. The role he interviewed for is Network Engineer, Corp. He Passed :) Here are some of the questions gathered from all over the internet for FB Network Engineer coding questions to help future applicants For all networking roles at FB here is the common questions one can get: Goat Latin dictionary --Dinosaur question palindrome, arrange vowel and then consonant and given string, Regex #Basic questions about python , #· Linux / automation, Scripting(Regex will be helpful) ---Given that: '1' mapped to--> 'a', '2' -->'b' , '3'--> 'c'...like wise... '26'-->'z'. Output should be in the following pattern : Ex.1) if we input f="111", the output should be: aaa, ak, ka //(111)->aaa, (1, 11)->ak, (11,1)->ka Ex. 2) f="131" output: aca, ma //(131)->aca, (13,1)->ma Ex. 3) f="101", output: ja //(10,1)->ja Focus more on.... Lists... Dictionaries... Srtring.... Manipulating data in above data structures (geeksforgeeeks. Com has good practice questions for above data structures) (bidsarmanish. Com also has good practice exercises.... Do all of these.... And you will be confident) --Also cover accessing csv files and manipulating or deriving results from the data in these file --Stupid simple. Sort using built in sort with python. But he seemed more interested in the full end to end read data file, do work, present results than a typical SWE big O bs algorithm question. --Given an array of integers and an integer k, you need to find the total number of continuous subarrays whose sum equals to k. --Given an array of integers greater than zero, find if it is possible to split it in two subarrays (without reordering the elements), such that the sum of the two subarrays is the same. Print the two subarrays. --count occurance of each element in the list --there are two list, find the common items in both of the list --given a csv file process the data and find the higest values -Given a set of distinct integers, nums, return all possible subsets (the power set). Given a non-empty string s, you may delete at most one character. Judge whether you can make it a palindrome. Example 1: Input: "aba" Output: True Example 2: Input: "abca" Output: True Explanation: You could delete the character 'c'. -Implement a basic calculator to evaluate a simple expression string. The expression string contains only non-negative integers, +, -, *, / operators and empty spaces . The integer division should truncate toward zero. Example 1: Input: "3+2*2" Output: 7 Example 2: Input: " 3/2 " Output: 1 Writing a script to poll a number of network devices · Writing a function to sort an array · Writing a function to search for specific words in a file and remove them from the file · Writing a function to remove duplicates from an array · Writing a function that reads a list of hostnames and resolves each IP address and print them Writing a function that monitors a running application (e.g. parse one of the memory columns from the output of vmstat or the free command. And if the memory value exceeds a certain threshold for more than a certain timeframe, then print a report to alert the Ops team.) · The questions can be a real problem, or something contrived to use these skills.

    2022-11-23 17:04:23

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  • Looking for FANG/Tech referrals & Advice

    Hi all, first time posting here Looking to explore the market for a front-end role (or full-stack) and trying to move out of the banking sector, any advice for securing such roles, ie. do I still continue ahead and grind LC and all. Additionally, looking to get referrals for Meta/Google/Stripe/Crypto tech firms and such. Current TC: 90k (Am I at a lower end of the tech spectrum :O) YOE: 2 years+ Additional question: Is it common to jump into another country for tech roles from Singapore (citizen here)

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  • FB Network Engineering Corp - Coding Round Interview Experience

    A friend of mine has been asked a question in his coding round call: Given a file containing switch names, ports, Incoming BPS, Outgoing BPS. He had to find out the top talking switches using automation/scripting. He had done it in python. The role he interviewed for is Network Engineer, Corp. He Passed :) Here are some of the questions gathered from all over the internet for FB Network Engineer coding questions to help future applicants For all networking roles at FB here is the common questions one can get: Goat Latin dictionary --Dinosaur question palindrome, arrange vowel and then consonant and given string, Regex #Basic questions about python , #· Linux / automation, Scripting(Regex will be helpful) ---Given that: '1' mapped to--> 'a', '2' -->'b' , '3'--> 'c'...like wise... '26'-->'z'. Output should be in the following pattern : Ex.1) if we input f="111", the output should be: aaa, ak, ka //(111)->aaa, (1, 11)->ak, (11,1)->ka Ex. 2) f="131" output: aca, ma //(131)->aca, (13,1)->ma Ex. 3) f="101", output: ja //(10,1)->ja Focus more on.... Lists... Dictionaries... Srtring.... Manipulating data in above data structures (geeksforgeeeks. Com has good practice questions for above data structures) (bidsarmanish. Com also has good practice exercises.... Do all of these.... And you will be confident) --Also cover accessing csv files and manipulating or deriving results from the data in these file --Stupid simple. Sort using built in sort with python. But he seemed more interested in the full end to end read data file, do work, present results than a typical SWE big O bs algorithm question. --Given an array of integers and an integer k, you need to find the total number of continuous subarrays whose sum equals to k. --Given an array of integers greater than zero, find if it is possible to split it in two subarrays (without reordering the elements), such that the sum of the two subarrays is the same. Print the two subarrays. --count occurance of each element in the list --there are two list, find the common items in both of the list --given a csv file process the data and find the higest values -Given a set of distinct integers, nums, return all possible subsets (the power set). Given a non-empty string s, you may delete at most one character. Judge whether you can make it a palindrome. Example 1: Input: "aba" Output: True Example 2: Input: "abca" Output: True Explanation: You could delete the character 'c'. -Implement a basic calculator to evaluate a simple expression string. The expression string contains only non-negative integers, +, -, *, / operators and empty spaces . The integer division should truncate toward zero. Example 1: Input: "3+2*2" Output: 7 Example 2: Input: " 3/2 " Output: 1 Writing a script to poll a number of network devices · Writing a function to sort an array · Writing a function to search for specific words in a file and remove them from the file · Writing a function to remove duplicates from an array · Writing a function that reads a list of hostnames and resolves each IP address and print them Writing a function that monitors a running application (e.g. parse one of the memory columns from the output of vmstat or the free command. And if the memory value exceeds a certain threshold for more than a certain timeframe, then print a report to alert the Ops team.) · The questions can be a real problem, or something contrived to use these skills.

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