SmartSheet Software Engineer II , iOS
1.Considering it is a SDM position, what should I prepare for and what can I expect the breakdown of topics be in the interview? So far based on what I researched, mostly it will be leadership principles / behavioral and system design.
2.Out of 14 leadership principles how many you are asked in an interview? In each round how many leadership principles can be expected?
3.Any helpful interview prep tips? Thank you in advance.
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