I have always wanted to work at FB and Google and these two are my dream companies. I have calls from FB and Google and these two are dream companies..I am not a pro at leetcode like some folks who can finish off hard problems in 30-35 mins..i had interviewed for Google around dec2015 and the on-site in Jan.. I didn't get through although one positive sign was that coding questn 3 round barring the first round were managable, in fact I was able to finish the code (may be I missed some corner cases).. first round was some algo design and I struggled a lot and came up with multiple ideas but couldnt reach a solution.. system design guy came 15 mins late so that round was left in kind f middle without any conclusion.. anyways I had heard that Google always gives good feedback but I never got any.. recruiter kept on repeating there was no specific feedback. I even asked if they had any negative comments coz I wanted to really make sure I get it right next time, but none.. now that I have calls I really want to esnure I give it a good shot.. specific question for FB n Google pros, I)how many questions is one expected to solve entirely per round ii) what is the level of questions leetcode wise hard , medium..
Thanks in advance
Coding round usually consists of 2 problems. One warm up and the other is the real one. Solving the first one is about 30% of success. Explaining the optimal solution for the second brings you to 50% chance of positive feedback. Providing some pseudo code or coding the most challenging parts raises the chances of passing to about 70%. Coding everything up and catching edge cases and bugs leads you to 90%. And to nail it completely, give some feedback on how the interviewer could made the problem more interesting/challenging and just be nice, not arrogant:)