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Getting an Interview
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Senior Principal Java Developer Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 days – interviewed at Litle & Co. in September 2010.
They brought me in after receiving my resume, and the hiring manager said my background was relevant. The first round was a skills test. The manager gave me a few pieces of paper and half an hour to work out simple java/sql exercises, which was quite smooth. We talked for a while and I left. I went back in for the group interview, which I thought was quite easy, but somehow they didn't like my approach, so I was sent home and no offer. I was impressed with the process though. It seems that they have thought through the hiring process, and the process is consistent and relevant. Also the company looked productive and enthusiastic.
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Senior Principal Java Developer InterviewApplication Details
The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Litle & Co. in April 2010.Interview Details
The interview consisted of day to day activities of a developer. The first phase is a written exam that just asks you to write some code that answer relatively simple questions/problems which you then discuss 1:1 with the interviewer. The second phases asks that you lay out and present a solution for a problem that they provide. Then they ask you to sit at a computer and implement some coded solutions. Lastly they introduce you to some more people for more 1:1 'chats' to get a feel for whether you'll be a good fit for them and whether they are a good fit for you. I thought it was all handled quite well and allowed for a relaxed atmosphere that helps you get to know the company and vice-a-versa.Interview Questions
Negotiation DetailsYes there was some negotiation. I'd suggest that people remember the company is looking to form a potentially long term relationship and that they aren't out to make you feel bitter after squeezing every last dime out of a low-ball offer. Determine what you need and what the offer would really mean in your own life and be respectful with any counter offer you may make.Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
- I'd say the questions were half SQL and half Java based. They expect that you understand basic functionalities of both languages. Answer Question