Autodesk Mock Interview

To help you prepare for an Autodesk job interview, here are 27 interview questions and answer examples.

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What would you say is your top non-technical skill that will help you succeed in this role here at Autodesk?

"As I grew in the software development field over my career, I was best suited to be a architect because of my ability to be a great project manager. If hired for this role here at Autodesk, you'll quickly find that I have the ability to lead others, negotiate, budget and oversee a project from idea to final delivery."

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27 Autodesk Interview Questions & Answers

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  • 1. What would you say is your top non-technical skill that will help you succeed in this role here at Autodesk?

  • 2. What do you know about our products and how do you think you'll be able to handle a support role surrounding them?

  • 3. The next cloud engineer that we hire here at Autodesk needs to be able build a system that can handle a high amount of traffic. How would you test our system's ability to handle large amounts of traffic?

  • 4. In SQL, how do you explain the differences between clustered and non-clustered indexes? Can you name a time that you used each?

  • 5. If you were asked to review a colleague's code that they had written, what key things would you look for?

  • 6. How do you feel cloud computing has positively impacted the software industry?

  • 7. What SDLC models are you familiar in working with?

  • 8. What software analysis and design tools do you have familiarity working with?

  • 9. How do you stay organized and on track when working on multiple projects or duties at the same time?

  • 10. In your current work, what are the important steps you take in the data validation process?

  • 11. Would you say that you are a goal oriented on the job? What would I be able to do as your manager to help you achieve your goals if hired here at Autodesk?

  • 12. Talk about a time when things didn't go as planned on the job. What was the situation and what allowed your to persevere in that situation?

  • 13. Talk about a recent successful project that you worked on that required you to navigate some troubled waters during the project. What were the roadblocks and how did you overcome them?

  • 14. If you were confronted with a time where you wouldn't be able to meet a deadline here at Autodesk, what steps would you take when you made that realization?

  • 15. Do you have any unique skills or past work experiences that we can't see on your resume that would benefit the team here at Autodesk?

  • 16. We encourage innovation at Autodesk. When have you created a new product or service?

  • 17. What programming languages would you consider yourself fluent in?

  • 18. If hired for this position here at Autodesk, would you be comfortable handling overall project manager responsibilities for new software development?

  • 19. How do you keep up-to-date on new technologies and trends in this industry?

  • 20. In a technical support role here at Autodesk, we expect that you would be able to bring great customer service skills to the role. Describe your customer service philosophy in the support that you would provide.

  • 21. What data cleaning methods are you familiar with and comfortable using if hired for this role at Autodesk?

  • 22. At Autodesk, we take security risks very importantly in our products. In your experience, what are the biggest security risks in software and what is your experience in any prevention methods?

  • 23. What do you feel is one of the top issues that is faced by data engineers today?

  • 24. I would like to have a full understanding of your experience and portfolio. What types of industries have your previous projects been involved in?

  • 25. What do you consider to be a good litmus test for when you would automate a test process for a new system versus testing manually?

  • 26. What experience do you have in the different types of software maintenance?

  • 27. How would you handle a situation where a colleague was being very difficult to work with?