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BT (British Telecom)

Security Software Engineer, Technology, Services and Operations at BT (British Telecom)

Application Advice: Apply early as places fill up fast and attend an open night in a local BT building for more information on the application process for that year.

Interview Advice: Find out as much as you can about the company and what BT does.

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BT (British Telecom)

Software Engineer, TSO at BT (British Telecom)

Application Advice: Apply early.

Interview Advice: Be confident in your ability.

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BT (British Telecom)

Contract Manager, Global Services at BT (British Telecom)

Application Advice: Sell yourself!

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BT (British Telecom)

Software Engineer, Security at BT (British Telecom)

Application Advice: Be open to learning new technologies and being out of your comfort zone with work.

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BT (British Telecom)

Software Engineer, Technology, Services and Operations at BT (British Telecom)

Application Advice: Research a lot of the company, history, innovation and current projects.

Interview Advice: Prepare for simple technical exercise and long team sessions.

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FactSet

Software Engineer, at FactSet

Application Advice: You CV needs to be clear and filled with relevant information for the role you are applying for.

Interview Advice: Show computer science knowledge, problem solving skills and good attitude.

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, Software & IT Development

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FactSet

Software Engineer, Back end development – Symbology at FactSet

Application Advice: You need to show you love writing code, but the language you've used isn't important since all new hires are fully trained in the languages they will need. So focus on providing evidence of great code you've written rather than trying to impress with a language you think they are looking for.

Interview Advice: Learn your data structures.

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FactSet

Software Engineer, Content Integration Engineering at FactSet

Application Advice: Do your research Show passion and understanding for software Show you can work in a team

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FactSet

Software Engineer, Content Integration Engineering at FactSet

Application Advice: Have prior experience, either at an internship or your own projects that you've made publicly available on Github, on your CV. You need experience, preferably other than academic to be considered.

Interview Advice: Learning the classic data structures and algorithms for the coding interview. Stay relaxed and be prepared with questions so that you seem interested. Be friendly.

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FactSet

Software Engineer, at FactSet

Application Advice: Read a bit about the company and its product as well as who are its main competitors. Review main programming concepts and data structures(trees!) of your OO programming language of choice (JAVA, or C++).

Interview Advice: They did not ask very difficult questions in which they were trying to make you fail. Relax and be confident - if you have a good understanding of programming concepts and have an engineering mindset

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FactSet

Software Engineer, Back-end development at FactSet

Application Advice: When making the application, it is very important to make yourself stand out. Before submitting, ask yourself: Have I pointed out my strongest and most relevant assets? Is there any fluff that I can remove from my CV in order to make it cleaner? Also, it is not mandatory to know C++, but a basic knowledge of it will help greatly.

Interview Advice: Do not panic if you fail one question. Ask questions if you are uncertain of some details. Be prepared to talk about a project you enjoyed working on, exemplify what you learned from it and talk about what you would do differently. It can be your dissertation or a placement project.

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FactSet

Software Engineer, at FactSet

Interview Advice: Be yourself, as hard as it is try to relax when going for the interview and show you are friendly and someone the interviewer would want to work with. Practice general software engineering technical questions i.e. trees, code traversal.

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FactSet

Software Engineer, at FactSet

Application Advice: Don't be scared and send the application even if you don't think you have that much experience to work in such a big company

Interview Advice: Review the basics: Data Structures and Algorithms, C++ or Java. Be yourself!

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FactSet

Software Engineer, at FactSet

Application Advice: Enjoy youself

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FactSet

Software Engineer, Software Engineering at FactSet

Application Advice: - As always, pay attention to your CV. Be sure it is well structured and it is easy to read. - Prepare a covering letter that helps the recruited learn a little more about your attitude and how eager you'd be in working at FactSet, even if you do not pos

Interview Advice: - Try to have solid knowledge on your area of studies fundamentals; interviewers pay attention to this. - It's ok to be nervous and to make mistakes, but not to lie/pretend to know things you don't (be honest). - Display a positive attitude towards lear

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FactSet

Software Engineer, Software Engineering at FactSet

Application Advice: Being strong in the basics should be sufficient.

Interview Advice: Data Structures, Algorithms, code traversal.

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FactSet

Software Engineer, Software Engineering at FactSet

Application Advice: typo-free CV

Interview Advice: Don't overstress

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FactSet

Software Engineer, Software Engineering at FactSet

Application Advice: Highlight hands-on skills.

Interview Advice: Make sure you can read pseudocode properly.

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FactSet

Software Engineer, Software Engineering at FactSet

Interview Advice: - Do some research on the company itself and the need for the software it builds. - Brush over object oriented principals, common data structures and algorithms and their use cases, and know the basics of unit testing. - Know the larger projects you've

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FactSet

Software Engineer, Software Engineering at FactSet

Application Advice: - Research about the company - Make yourself stand out

Interview Advice: - Typical technical Computer Science questions eg: Data Structure, Algorithms, Design Patterns, Computer Architecture, Database - Competency Based

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Executive, digital marketing at Accountancy Institute

Application Advice: Must be graduate & always eager to learn more.

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Software Engineering Apprentice, Military at Lockheed Martin

Application Advice: Show them what you have done in your own time which relates to building experience in the sector you want to go into, provide examples too.

Interview Advice: Come prepared, and prove to them why you are the best. Do your research, be able to demonstrate examples of skills they are interested in.

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