Have you ever thought about applying to Samsung R&D, but you weren't sure if you've got what it takes to pass the tech interview? Now you can check it out without leaving your home! We are calling out all talented software developers out there to show off their skills in a series of online code tournaments.
Various teams at Samsung have prepared code assignments that relate to our current NLP projects or check if your algorithmic skills are applicable to join the Samsung R&D team. Challenge yourself, practice coding and find out if you've got that special something that we're looking for in potential candidates!
We believe that great talent deserves recognition and appreciation. That's why Samsung will reward coders with top overall ranking!
The first challenges are already published and time is ticking... So, are you in? If yes...
Join the Samsung Algorithmic Challenge!
You’re a programmer. Do you love algorithmics? Or maybe you like to delve into NLP tasks? Try your best in an algorithmic competition and solve tasks prepared by an expert and trainer of the top engineers at Samsung R&D Institute Poland!
Take a look at what we have for you!
There are some super fun challenges coming up! We won’t reveal all the details but, yes, we’ve prepared a pseudo-number generator for Tetris. With a matrix showing you the way, you’ll have to capture ‘things’, ‘find the value’ and play poker.
Eight tasks await you. Five of them focus on general algorithmic knowledge and three are NLP tasks.
We believe that a good programmer thinks in an algorithmic way. That’s why we run a dedicated training programme in this area.
We employ a vast number of technical linguists and NLP engineers. So there’ll be a chance to experience what it’s like to be a Samsung R&D employee. We believe there’s a bright future ahead for voice assistants. Soon they’ll be used in almost every multimedia device.
Five algorithmic and three NLP tasks are what we’ve prepared for you.
The algorithmic tasks will be released every Thursday.
And on three consecutive Mondays, we’ll release the NLP tasks.
To add some colour, there’ll be two really hard algorithmic challenges for the best performing participants...