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Rotational Development Program Associate - Software Engineer Interview

Anonymous Interview Candidate in Mountain View, CA
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Mountain View, CA
Application Details

The process took 2 daysinterviewed at Intuit in November 2011.

Interview Details

Submitted a resume through their recruiting website, and contacted a current employee to pass my resume along. Was contacted to set up a phone interview, which consisted of two 45 minute mostly-technical questions, including reviewing and writing some code in a shared Google doc. From here, was invited to visit on-site in Mountain View. This on-site interview process (which lasted most of a day) consisted of some general presentations about the company and position, several one-on-one interviews which were a good balance between technical and behavioral in nature, lunch, a campus tour, and some additional demo/Q&A type sessions. I found the campus to be very appealing, with a strong emphasis on collaboration and a great atmosphere. The workspaces did not come across like a standard cubicle farm, it felt a lot more modern and appealing.

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Negotiation Details
Asked them to match another offer from a different company, they didn't fully close the gap but did come back with a competitive offer, which I felt was acceptable.
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