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Accepted Offer – Reviewed May 13, 2013 New
Interview Details – Application, Phone Interview, In Person Interview.
Interview Question – None of the questions came as a surprise or were hard to answer. Answer Question
No Offer – Interviewed in Dallas, TX – Reviewed Aug 23, 2012
Interview Details – Started out strong and progressed very well and suddenly stopped. I believe market direction probably stopped new hiring
Interview Question – White boarding as part of the interview Answer Question
No Offer – Interviewed in Springfield, IL Apr 2009 – Reviewed Apr 28, 2009
Interview Details –
The interview was for a telecommute software developer position. It consisted of two phone interviews. The first was technically oriented and the second was culture/fit oriented. After those, an all day on-site interview was arranged. It consisted of two group interviews. Both were mostly white-board problems with limited technical discussions. Several of the white-board problems were too large to be used in the 15-20 minutes allocated in the interview. This was followed by a HR presentation and a tour of the facilities.
In my opinion, thinking outside of the box was not a skill that was appreciated by LRS. They were looking for people that thought about and solved problems in the same way as the rest of the people on the team.
Interview Question – White-board a game that is similar to the 'Set' card game. Find all of the sets in a nine card layout. Each card had one of 4 shapes in one of 3 colors with one of 3 fill patterns. Fine all 3 card sets where one attribute is the same or all attributes are different. Answer Question
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Feb 2012 – Reviewed Jun 26, 2012
Interview Details – sent through a series of phone screens, and then selected to come in for an interview with two hiring managers
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Mar 2008 – Reviewed Jun 22, 2012
Interview Details – I was contacted by a recruiter. He told me about the position and I phone interviewed then I interviewed with the hiring manager. I then had to take a personality test and go through a background check and employment history.
Interview Question – There wasn't one specific question that I found extremely difficult. Answer Question
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Nov 2010 – Reviewed Apr 8, 2011
Interview Details – I had to go through 4 phone interviews and 1 onsite interview.
No Offer – Interviewed in Nov 2009 – Reviewed Apr 26, 2010
Interview Details – phone interview to match my skills to the job requirements. questions based on requirements. advice to other candidates - required skills are required for their jobs
Interview Question – How many lines of code did you complete? (In reference to a project I was a developer on). Answer Question
Declined Offer – Interviewed in Mar 2010 – Reviewed Mar 19, 2010
Interview Details – LRS did a search on a job board and my resume came up as a match. LRS called me for the consulting position and took the initial interview. Everything went fine and I got very positive feedback. We even talked about full-time employment. Then I called and emailed them because I had a few questions, they never bothered to call me back or reply. After many days, they finally responded but never addressed the question I emailed them about. I had to say no at that point.
Interview Question – We cannot disclose the exact workplace or the name of the client at this time, but we would like to go through this interview process, can you do that? View Answer
Reason for Declining – They never answered my questions on time.
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