I applied through a recruiter and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at LogMeIn in March 2014.
Interview Details – I got in via a headhunter. The interview is very easy:
- first you get an online test with very basic questions
- then a personal technical interview, also quite easy
- then an interview with the vice president(s) of the team(s) they're hiring for
Interview Question – I was asked to implement a file upload handler in ASP .NET that is ready for multi-threaded environments Answer Question
Negotiation Details – There was no negotiation
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at LogMeIn in September 2011.
Interview Details – I found ad on the company's web. Applied on web - not working. Then googled up a mail address and sent CV: got call in a day, we arranged interview. Nornally there is also a written test, that was skipped for me based on vast experience (good point).
The interview was supposedly technical, some talk about past projects (fair), then to implement a library C function on paper (major WTF). Light questions on leadership, zero question on C++. The guy said I passed this, but they select from several candidates and expect call in 2 weeks to have just one other interview with VP. Gor mail in a week that not selected.
I'm put it at 90% chance the company is fake-advertiser, after the process I'm 100% convinced. Will check that ads will stay on for another year just as they were up for at least half in the past.
Interview Question – Implement function str_replace that replaces all instances of substring to other in a passed string. In just C. On paper. View Answer
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at LogMeIn in July 2010.
Interview Details – First I talked to an HR girl who found my resume interesting. Then I had a 1x1 meeting one of the team leaders. It was a fairly informal conversation. No technical details were asked. Rather the guy talked trying to let me know what they do. There was some confusion about the process because I applied for a UI designer position, however my interviewer was looking for a programmer. They decided not to have me for the programmer job due to the lack of C# knowledge. They still wanted to go on with me for as aUI designer but I changed my mind because I also wanted to keep in touch with programming.
Interview Question – What client side frameworks did I use? View Answer
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