Amazon Lab126 - embedded software phone screen prep

New amz1
Oct 20, 2018 9 Comments

How does one prepare for Amazon lab126 firmware/embedded position phone screen. How many questions are generally asked? Are they leetcode easy/medium?

At this stage do I need to prepare for behavioral questions too?

TC:170K (mostly base)
YOE: 6.5


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  • Amazon / Eng 800GOTJUNK
    You cannot leetcode for embedded systems. All those recursive and dynamic programming stuff will fall flat when the system run out of resource.
    Oct 20, 2018 1
    • Amazon / Eng n0v
      Data structures needed for embedded: arrays and linked lists. Everything else is fancy.
      Oct 21, 2018
  • Google / Eng

    Google Eng

    I had an interview with them 5-6 years ago. Had two phone screens. First one was relatively easy (reverse string and etc). The second one was much more involved. The guy started from bare metal (caches, pipelines, mmu, etc) and took me all the way up in the stack until I broke down 😂
    Oct 20, 2018 1
    • Microsoft ThxObama
      Did you get to loop?
      Oct 20, 2018
  • Amazon Aseeid9983
    Read the f. manual my friend, just search the blind for lab126 and save your career/life.
    Oct 20, 2018 3
    • Illumina ultrasound
      Second that. My career is still under water for having that purgatory on my resume. Almost seems like I need to go get my complete ID changed to stand a chance at getting an interview call from MAGA
      Oct 21, 2018
    • New amz1
      I have never worked at a FANG company. I feel like people respect you a lot more if you have a brand on your resume. Is the culture really that bad? I am quite happy where I am, but want a brand name.
      Oct 21, 2018
    • Illumina ultrasound
      @amz1 AMZN bought that place on a fire sale a few years ago when I started. Give u context nobody that I worked with back from 2014 survived there for more than a year. But few cockroaches who did survive ended up in Google. So if u can make it through the circus of a interview, then u have a chance.
      Oct 21, 2018
  • New amz1
    Yeah agreed. I mostly want to practice bit manipulation, linked lists, queues and stacks and bit of trees. Did about 70 mediums so far.
    Oct 21, 2018 0