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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Uniondale, NY – Reviewed Sep 27, 2012
Interview Details – They made me take a test. Once I took the test, I was interviewed by the manager who went through the test with me. Good experience.
Interview Question – Cant say there were any interview questions that were too hard. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – What were you able to negotiate? What advice would you give others considering an offer?
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Houston, TX Mar 2011 – Reviewed Sep 15, 2012
Interview Details – I was referred employee looking make quick money. She gave me test questions/answers so I could pass exam coding. I was advised make up technical hobby so that I could appear to be interested technology/coding. I was also advised make up school organization involved demonstrate interest school. I was advised to talk about jQuery/WPF/Android/Ruby. That did trick, I was to through interview. Line managers impressed, I was polite and kiss baby. When asked if want to travel, make sure answer yes. Best candidates turned back they not travel. All technical consultants telecommute, travel is question determine employee will go extra mile for company. Employees that not willing travel for company, are interested in themselves, serving company first.
Interview Question – Coding exam question, delete entry. What proprietary API use? View Answer
Negotiation Details – OpenLink will test waters by making low offer. Do not accept, negotiate. Start high reduce only when OpenLink confirm will not go forward, call back and offter to reduce minimum only if OpenLink not call back.
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Houston, TX Jul 2010 – Reviewed May 6, 2012
Interview Details –
A basic programming test, If you do exceedingly well in that there wouldn't be any more technical rounds.
Just a few general HR rounds of interview.
Interview Question – Pencil and Paper test of programming skill. 5 questions. (Any language) Answer Question
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Houston, TX Jul 2011 – Reviewed Oct 8, 2011
Interview Details –
An employee refered me. I got a call to take test. I took test in any programming language, but experience with C/C++ and SQL helped. Got call, interviewed 3 more times and finally started negotiating. Interviewed one final time before offer became official. Last Interview was very very technical. Know your C#, .NET framework and JQuery(has nothing to do with job, but they were interested).
They low balled me first, but finally they put out the big dollars after I told them was willing to meet then in middle. Be agreesive in your demands, an energy job that requires 100% travelling should not paying you less than 80k.
Negotiation Details – They tried offer me almost half of what I asked for, we settled for something between. They tell you that they need to think about it little bit. But they call back. Dont settle for what they originally offer you. I say to them that if they wanted me travel, they going to have to better than that.
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in London, England (UK) Feb 2008 – Reviewed Sep 13, 2012
Interview Details – I was asked to do a technical test, then a technical interview, business interview and then HR interview.
Interview Question – Why do you want to work at Openlink? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – offered an acceptable salary, did not negotiate.
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