July 30, 2011

l.v.p l.v.p
Lab Rat
31 posts

What should I revise?

 

Hi guys!
Now I’m in my last years of studies (Computer-Science) so i decided to apply for some company. I send my resume to few companies and in few days I have a test in one of them. Before question here is job description:

excellent, practical knowledge of C/C++
knowledge of UML
practical knowledge of real time systems
good understanding of TCP/IP protocols

Because I never worked as a programmer in company, and I never had such a test, I’m wondering what should I expect. From C++ is more than likely that there will be: classes, templates, pointers (they didn’t wrote about some libraries in job description).
What’s more from C++? What about UML, TCP/IP and real time systems? What should I revise before the test?

Best,
Luke

3 replies

July 30, 2011

Franzk Franzk
Lab Rat
840 posts

Hard to say. If you have your general programming skills available, the others aren’t too hard I think. Just go for it and see where things end.

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August 11, 2011

qtrahul qtrahul
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188 posts

Most of the companies are checking C++ knowledge and aptitude.

Computer programmatic Logic, Just go through it.

And best of Luck.

August 11, 2011

rokemoon rokemoon
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197 posts

I think if they invite you, so they understand that you don’t have much experience and will ask about basic things in C++. So just revise knowledge about c++, as you said: classes, templates, pointers.
And as it says worst-first :-)
Good luck.

 
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