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Getting an Interview
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- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at NetApp (Raleigh, NC) in April 2015.
I was called by a recruiter, he set up the phone interview. On the phone interview I spoke with 3 of my future team mates. Then I was called in for an onsite interview that last 3-4 hours, most of which was technical. We went over a coding problem they sent over before I came in.
- Walk us through your code and explain the process by which you came across the solution. How quickly were you able to pick up the language? About how long did it take you to write this? Answer Question
I asked for one thing, and they gave me about 10k more than I asked. If it isn't what you are looking for definitely try to negotiate.
- No OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 2+ weeks – interviewed at NetApp (Sunnyvale, CA) in April 2015.
1 Technical Phone round(30 mins) 6 Onsite Rounds(1 Hr Each) Onsite Rounds: 3 - Core Technical 2- Semi Technical plus Analytical 1- Behavioral Process: 1. Got a mail from HR to schedule the Telephone round 2. 30 mins of Phone Interview as scheduled 3. Got an Invite from HR for Onsite rounds. They were very understanding and scheduled tow day interview process for 3 hrs each 4. Each day 3 Onsite rounds as listed above 5. Within a week HR returned with a Decision The process is very friendly and prompt. I could not get the offer but had a very good experience. Hope this is helpful
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- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at NetApp (Raleigh, NC) in March 2015.
The interview process was amazing! It was fast, and the HR people were really nice and considerate. I had two phone interviews - one with the HR guy, and one with the senior architect from the group I was being interviewed for. Following that, I had three an on-site inteyrviews. The first one with the senior architect I talked to, then a software engineer, and then the third one was with a current Technical Marketing Engineer. They were all really nice people, and the questions were most behavioral and it felt more like having a tech-focused conversation than a real interview. I was even shown around the office at the end of my last interview.
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- Declined OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online – interviewed at NetApp.
Phone call followed by onsite. Nothing interesting. They asked questions that are not related to the job position. Its easy to get a job here, no surprises. In a stream of integers from 1 to n, only one number will be repeated. How can you tell what that number is?
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Reasons for Declining
- No OfferNegative Experience
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3+ months – interviewed at NetApp.
I had a terrible experience with NetApp. I had 4 45 minute phone interviews followed by a 3.5 hour onsite. After waiting to hear back, I was requested to come back onsite for another 5.5 hour interview. (For the second onsite, I was told that there wouldn't be a break for lunch or any time to eat). I was told that I'd hear back within 2 weeks. After a month passed, I finally heard back via email that I wasn't selected and that they went with another candidate. When I thanked them for the opportunity and asked for feedback, I heard nothing. While the technical people there seem like hard working, fun people to be around, I found the other managers to be arrogant.
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- No OfferNegative ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through a recruiter – interviewed at NetApp.
It's terrible and unfair practice. Gone through one telephone interview is fine. There are 4-5 people on site interview. Most of them are young graduates.One old person also ask the same logic issue. I don't know how much do they know about storage area networking technology.
- They use unpractical algorithm to test the candidate. This algorithm test a ridiculous single link list which point back to certain node. You have to do it the way they expect can not add any field inside the structure. If you don't give answer the way they want, they said "It's very basic problem." A bunch humiliation toward candidate even I am humble to face them. This is very unprofessional. I don't know how U.S. will ready this group of H1 to be U.S. citizens. Answer Question
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through other source. The process took 4 weeks – interviewed at NetApp.
4 weeks. phone interview followed by in-person interview. One more phone interview to take final decision. phone and in-person interview were all behavioral. Questions from resume and they try to find how much are you a people person.
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Helpful (8)No OfferDifficult Interview
I applied online – interviewed at NetApp in November 2014.
Applied through Netapp website, was called by a recruiter who setup a 30 Minute interview with a higher level engineer. One week later was called in for an hour and a half interview with two more higher level engineers
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- No OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 1 day – interviewed at NetApp (Research Triangle Park, NC) in October 2014.
Netapp had this interview day planned. Lot of candidates from other universities. The event did not involve a pre screening through a telephonic interview. They shortlisted the resume through the career fair at the university.
- Most questions were general. Like why netapp? explain your strengths and weaknesses, explain your most challenging projects, They also tested our troubleshooting skills through a network problem. Answer Question
- No OfferNeutral ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2 days – interviewed at NetApp in August 2014.
Initially spoke with recruiter on the phone for 5 minutes. Asked two questions, Salary expectation + Times available to work. Setup interview with internal engineers for two days later. Spoke with engineers on the phone for 20 minutes. Nothing technical, they just asked general questions. This was Friday and in-person interview was setup for Tuesday morning @ 8:00 am. First met with Sr. Escalation Engineers. I was asked some general troubleshooting questions. The questions were like something out of a test. Then was asked some troubleshooting questions. Interview was all across the board with no real structure. Afterwards, met with two managers. This part was more structured. They were more interested in customer service and to see if I would be a good fit. It was a bit impersonal because they were taking notes on their laptops. They said they would get back with by the end of the week but haven't heard back two weeks later. Recruiter has been responsive but I have gotten no good feedback just yet.
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