Last week we spent the week with Falcon Heavy rocket Tesla and SpaceX is the most talked about company in recent days. SpaceX, the first private company to enter such competition with state-sponsored institutions in space race, is one of the places that many people want to work with.
What are the things to do to work in SpaceX, which is the CEO of Elon Musk?
Here are the 16 questions you need to answer to work in SpaceX ...
1- What is composite?
2- What is the size of an integer in a 32-bit system?
3- Let's say you have a value of 'Var' where you set the variable to 2. What happens when you write the first line 'var ++'? If you write the next line '++ var' what will you see? What is the last value of 'Yes'?
4- What is Null Pointer?
5- How can you safely slow down a very large, heavy and very fast moving object?
6- How do you design an electric wire to protect it from sharp, pointed objects falling from above?
7- Think of a beam that is fixed on one wall and parallel to the other. Express in terms of mass = m and elongation = L. If this beam is exposed to a force applying w = w, what is the momentum value of L / 4 length?
8- How do you place a very sensitive material on a vibrating surface?
9- How do you find a circle on a linked list of numbers?
10- There are many data structures about arrays and stacks. Why can not all one person do it?
11- Think of the beam from one side to the wall, the other side is free. If a force is applied, this beam will break off from it and what do you need to determine the breaking strength?
12- What happens when you apply a high current to a nickel piece that touches a copper piece?
13- How to reverse a stack using only 'pop' and 'push' methods?
14 - Describe the design process of the pipe to be used in a rapid fueling system for a liquid fuel propellant rocket motor. Be sure to use the best available equations for fluid pressure calculations and structural considerations.
15- How do you adjust the temperature of anything on the stall? What is the main limiting factor?
16- What is it that makes you different from the other engineers who are talking to SpaceX?