# Interview with Barclays team

#### Mure

Hello,

I will have C++ interview where I will do programmation next week. Would it be like leetcode question or would it be like "Implement a class that does... then use inherence concept..."

Thank you

#### Daniel Duffy

##### C++ author, trainer
it's called inheritance..

#### Mure

Thank you, now Would you know about my question ?

#### CrossGamma

You won't get any edge in the process by trying to ask in a forum like this. It might even backfire if the hiring manager reads this and can infer who you are e.g. from the way you write / misspell / ... Just prepare to the best of your abilities. You can always ask the recruiters for clarification as well, which they might choose not to provide.

#### Daniel Duffy

##### C++ author, trainer
How can one have a C++ interview like this? It suggests interviewee does not know C++.

#### Daniel Duffy

##### C++ author, trainer
Thank you, now Would you know about my question ?
No, I don't do interviews. But I do know the possible buzzwords

#### jarryds

Hello,

I will have C++ interview where I will do programmation next week. Would it be like leetcode question or would it be like "Implement a class that does... then use inherence concept..."

Thank you
Most programming tests I have completed are pretty well represented on HackerRank or Leetcode. You can prepare using their interview prep modules. With that being said, I do know that some employers like asking more theoretical questions about languages. Especially if we are talking C++, I would refresh on the some of the fundamentals (overloading, class inheritance, namespaces, vectors, whatever). I guess they could ask similar questions about python , but that feels weird.

#### Mure

I thank you for your answers, I will work on what you told me (except the famous price at 1450$which is a bit expensive haha) #### Daniel Duffy ##### C++ author, trainer I thank you for your answers, I will work on what you told me (except the famous price at 1450$ which is a bit expensive haha)
No problem; my post was not a sales pitch as such. It was meant to give an overview of what you can possibly expect at an interview.
C++ tests are like jumping through hoops and not a lasting skill.

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