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QA Engineer Interview (Neutral Experience; Average Interview)
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at GoDaddy.
Interview Details – Varies drastically from position to position
Interview Question – Questions on how committed you are to staying in that position, basically forcing you to confirm that you dont want to move or grow into another position View Answer
Negotiation Details – If you are internal you cannot negotiate salary or they are likely to rescind the offer.
Very Easy Interview
QA Engineer Interview (Negative Experience; Very Easy Interview)
The process took 1 week - interviewed at GoDaddy in February 2009.
Interview Details – This place creeped me out. I was contacted via a Go Daddy recruiter or a position. The salary discussion was a little above industry standard so a face to face interview was scheduled. I arrived at the Go Daddy HQ located in the Scottsdale airpark and the first thing I immediately noticed was this didn't look like your typical corporate HQ. It was in a single story office suite typically reserved for doctors, lawyers, or Payday Loans. Walking into the lobby you are greeted with a security guard behind a metal cage and several security cameras pointed at you. Seemed just a little different for what should be a high tech company.
I was met by the recruiter and he had me do a IQ test to test for "basic skills". The test was elementary school level, which made me suspicious of the the typical Go Daddy hire. Afterwards I was taken for a tour of the building and two things to mention; the facility was in really poor shape where I was constantly seeing water damage, and they had some prospective Go Daddy girl that they were parading around the office and while I think the commercials used to be funny this was the part of the interview that really skeeved me out. A bunch of acne faces and greasy hair practically groping and posing with the prospective Go Daddy girl.
Anyway, on to the actual interview. Yeah, I'm sure my misgivings were fairly obvious to the panel but it was quickly apparent that I was more qualified than the hiring manager for his role and at one point I questioned the manager when he was describing a project they were working and asked him why they were deviating from best practices... When the manager tried to play it off that I just answered his question by knowing that, one of his reports started chuckling. Yeah, didn't go well. No offer. And the annoying thing was they never contacted me regarding my status afterwards.
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