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No Offer – Interviewed in Oakland, CA Apr 2012 – Reviewed Jan 24, 2013
Interview Details – The whole process was very professional and cordial. I received a phone call to set up the interview which was confirmed by email. I was not kept waiting and the interviewers were very friendly. I received a personal call telling me that I was not going to be offered the position and was offered constructive feedback on my interview performance.
Interview Question – Help us understand how your background brings you to this position? Answer Question
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Oakland, CA Mar 2010 – Reviewed May 11, 2012
Interview Details – The process is pretty smooth
Negotiation Details – I did not get much from negotiation
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in May 2008 – Reviewed Oct 18, 2010
Interview Details – It is a Know someone culture. If you know someone you get the job even if you are not qualified. But if you don't know anyone, then it is very tough to get the job even if you are well qualified. Over all its ok process. Don't over state on what you know.
Interview Question – Design Patterns? View Answer
Negotiation Details – HR will try to get the low numbers to get you in. You should be very stubborn on what you are looking for in terms of Salary.
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