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Don't panic! The interviewer is more likely interested in how you approach solving problems, rather than the ability to remember every detail of whatever you're doing. These days, it's almost unheard of to expect programmers to write code without the ability to reference online documentation. If you get stuck and you don't have internet access, say so and ...


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As far as math goes, you wont be trusted with coming up with the math to deal with large volumes of cash by yourself. That will be provided by dedicated teams and will have been checked over multiple times. What you should expect in working in a financial environment is loads of paperwork, frequent overtime, short deadlines and very little artistic ...


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I think one of the best interview questions is to ask the junior to speak about previous programming projects he has done, in any language he used. There is several things you will look for : His/her ability to sum up, to make complex things look simple, meaning he/she has a good grasp about what the program do His/her involvement in the process, his/her ...


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In my experience . . . Math, you can work in derivatives and never touch math (you could be coding UI's, parsing data out of singals like SWIFT etc), however if you do it will be spec'ed to within an inch of it's life, you won't have to worry about your math skills.. To answer the question title "What to expect as a programmer in bank?" my experience can ...


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I was given an on-line assessment for shell scripting. I was allowed to use documentation, both on-line and in manuals. The only restriction: I could not consult with any person, either in person or on-line. Re syntax issues: If I was reviewing your code and I saw one or two syntax errors I would ignore them, because I know you're under pressure in the ...



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