Xilinx Interview Questions for Linux Device Driver developer
This post was last updated on December 6th, 2016 at 11:07 am
Xilinx Interview Questions here I present is for a Linux Device Driver developer.
The interview that I attended for Xilinx India Technology Services Pvt Ltd. for a Senior Engineer post and the requirement was for Linux Device Driver Developer.
There were a total 5 rounds of technical interview questions all related to Linux Device Driver and Operating system concepts and 1 HR round. All technical rounds were full of technical questions only and there were no such problem solving questions I encountered.
In my opinion it was not that tough to crack this interview if you have 2- 3 years of device driver development experience, and it was an average experience.
Following are the Xilinx Interview Questions for a Linux device driver developer post:
Round #1 of Xilinx interview questions
The first round was basic C questions and some of the Linux kernel questions.
Round #2 of Xilinx interview questions
This was a short round and contain some generic and some specific questions to topics I have worked on my career.
Round #3 of Xilinx interview questions
The interviewer was keep on questioning me on my understanding of complete system hierarchy and where do my driver sits in the system.
This was really an interesting round.
Round #4 of Xilinx interview questions
This was again a short round. The interviewer just introduced himself and explained where I will be working if I will be selected.
As he was a Director of Hardware IP cores, so he just asked some of the basic questions from Linux device driver concepts.
Round #5 of Xilinx interview questions
This was again a technical round with some of the questions repeated from other rounds.
After this there was a final HR round. There were typical HR questions and nothing extra on this part. I hope this will give you some idea on where to concentrate before appearing for Xilinix interview.
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