You are shrunk to the height of a penny and thrown in a blender. The blades start moving in sixty seconds. What do you do? If you want to work at Google, or any of the worldas top employers, youall need to have a convincing answer to this and countless other baffling puzzles. Are You Smart Enough to Work at Google? Reveals the new extreme interview questions in the postcrash, hypercompetitive job-market and uncovers the extraordinary lengths to which the best companies will go to find the right staff. Bestselling author William Poundstone guides readers through the surprising solutions to over a hundred of the most challenging conundrums used in interviews, as well as covering the importance of creative thinking, what your Facebook page says about you, and what really goes on inside the Googleplex. How will you fare?Fiendish Puzzles and Impossible Interview Questions from the Worlda#39;s Top Companies William Poundstone. 6 agt;alt;15 = 90 8 ... The same law answers this interview question, once you replace ahot dogsa and abunsa with afactors of 2a and afactors of 5.a In each of ... Look at the last example, where three Os appear out ofthin air:anbsp;...
|Title||:||Are You Smart Enough to Work at Google?|
|Publisher||:||Oneworld Publications - 2013-03-07|