Monthly Archives: February 2017

Symmetrix DMX Possible Interview Questions

Can you explain about DMX Architecture?  The Symmetrix DMX features a high-performance, Direct Matrix Architecture (DMX) supporting up to 128 point-to-point serial connections. Symmetrix DMX technology is distributed across all channel directors, disk directors, and global memory directors in symmetrix DMX systems. Can you briefly explain about symmetrix series products? Symmetrix 8000/4 was the first… Read More »

Preparing for a Meeting

How to prepare for meetings :If there is one activity that unites professionals from different occupations all over the world, it is meetings. Executives, managers, or software developers — they all spend a large part of their working hours closeted in conference rooms discussing issues, significant and insignificant. But the truth about meetings is they… Read More »

Salary Negotiation Tips

Salary negotiation is something hiring managers are usually a lot more proficient at than the people they hire are. In the interest of leveling the playing field, here is a list of tips for salary negotiation that has worked for many people. Maximize on your past experience. Understand what you have achieved. Bring your past… Read More »

Funny Interview

Why did you leave your last job?The company relocated and didn’t tell me where. What can you tell us about the company?Er, sweet FA, where is your website? What do you think you can bring to the company?Err..Sorry, that is my CV you are reading isn’t it, doesn’t it say under skills? What is you… Read More »

Preparation for Interview

Here is a list of what you should put in your portfolio or file/briefcase. (Remember to clean out your file/briefcase first, you don’t want irrelevant papers flying around when you are trying to retrieve documents from it!) Full name of company, name and position of contact person/interviewer and contact number Full address of company and… Read More »

Resume Preparation

Guide Lines Don’t overcrowd your resume; allow for plenty of white space. Keep your resume to one page whenever possible. Keep the number of fonts you use to a minimum — two at the most. Use a font that is easy to read. Times Roman works well. Do not justify the lines of type on… Read More »