HITEQUEST was founded in 1999 by a group of high-tech professionals.
First it was just a web site for the purpose of collecting and sharing
technical interview questions. The web site, Hitequest.com, quickly became popular among engineers and
served as a free resource for interview preparation and personal challenge. Most questions and technical problems on the web site
have follow ups from users
contributing their own interview experiences and interesting questions they have been asked.
Today HITEQUEST contains a vast, ever growing and expanding database of popular interview questions,
technical articles and job searching tips.
The founders of HITEQUEST maintain and update the web site at their free
time, as they are all employed by high-tech companies in Silicon Valley, California.
Your participation is encouraged and appreciated. Send us new interview questions, submit your solutions.
Your experience will surely help other people and make the site more useful and interactive.
Advertisements on the side of pages help us offset the cost
of maintaining our web site. By clicking on these ads you help us as well. Thanks!
The information provided on this site is believed to be accurate to the best of our knowledge.
You have to use it, however, at your sole risk. HITEQUEST is not liable for any effect related to the use,
inability to use, interpretation or misinterpretation of the provided information.
Submit your questions and answers
We often get emails from people asking for help with specific interview questions.
We are trying to do our best to post them in the appropriate section with our comments.
If someone wants to give his/her version of answering - just go ahead and submit at the form below.
That will certainly help others be better prepared for an interview.
To maintain the quality of information all posting are being screened.
Please don't forget to include your contact information on the posting if you expect
technical interview questions & answers
for high-tech professionals
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