Interview process

The object-oriented design interview tests a candidate's understanding of OOP concepts and principles. The candidate is usually provided with a problem statement that the candidate deciphers and solves using their object-oriented design skills.

Generally, all OOD interview questions follow a similar pattern, where an ambiguous problem is presented to the candidate along with a group of constraints. It is for the candidate to understand the problem and identify all the main entities that will play a part and design a workable solution, one that is flexible and adaptable to change in the future.

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