I applied through a recruiter and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Replicon.
Interview Details – Was vetted through recruiter. Initial phone call with recruiter. Then with hiring manager to "feel you out" - typical going through resume, why are you looking, etc. Then a follow up call by recruiter who gives you a scenario to study and pitch to the hiring manager. If you make it through this round a F2F interview with senior management.
Interview Question – Why are you here and what position are you here for? View Answer
Very Easy Interview
I applied online and the process took 5 weeks - interviewed at Replicon.
Interview Details – Replicon was initially quite agreeable, and I was invited for an interview at their Foster City office. On arriving there, I had to wait 15 minutes, as there was no one at the reception. When I started throwing glances at the people seated there, finally someone decided to come and ask what I wanted.
The interview didn't start soon after, as some of the interviewers were in a meeting. One of the interviewers never came, no explanations. The interview was conducted in a room that had a rickety table in the center, and was full of debris - looked like a studio prop room, really.
The interview itself was quite unstructured, though the (very young) engineers seemed quite pleasant and friendly. When I asked what happened to the earlier designer there were some discreet coughs, not very reassuring.
After the interview, I never heard form them for weeks - despite being promised a quick response. The recruiter never responded to my emails. Finally, I sent an email asking what this kind of behavior told about the way the company operated. That seemed to struck a chord, for I got a quick reply from, surprisingly, A PR person.
That person told me the team thought my work was "fairly good" (these terms!), and they would reply in a week. Of course they didn't. I sent an email saying I also thought the company and its products were "fairly good".
End of engagement. I would not recommend the company to a friend or a colleague I care about.
I applied online and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at Replicon in November 2013.
Interview Details – I initially got a call from Replicon HR. She fixed a telephonic interview with one of the Tech Leads. On the decided time I got the call and interview went for about 40-60 mins on telephone. I qualified in first round and was called for face to face interview. When I reached Replicon office I was given the challenge of programming round with three program's to write. I completed in 45 mins all three problems and then I was asked to wait for face to face round with the Project Manager. Project manager came and took face to face round for an hour or so and that was completely technical. At the end he asked me my current package and asked for expectation and then asked me that HR will get back to me with offer. 2-3 days later I got a call from HR and then they rolled out an offer, offering 30% hike. I negotiated or rather bargained with HR three times on three different days including telephonic and mail conversation and at the end was offered 72% hike. I accepted the offer happily.
Interview Question – .net framework
Difference between add reference and add service reference
How to count number of hits a website gets.
Session Answer Question
Negotiation Details – They initially tried to push me and settle me for less but I was firm and got 72% hike after a lot if bargain
I applied online and the process took 6+ weeks - interviewed at Replicon in July 2012.
Interview Details – The interview process took a month and half to start with! The HR is okay to work with. Does give you a heads up on the type of questions that might be asked. Interview includes your first round of calls with the HR. The second round is the skills test where you would be asked to write on why is your current employer the best in the industry and why should Replicon hire you. Once this is done, there would be a telephonic round with the recruiting manager where you would get a pre defined case on one of their products. This is followed by an online chat with the same manager. Once this is done there would be a face to face interview with the hiring manager. If this round is cleared, you would meet the VP of marketing who would grill you on your suitability with attitude for the job. The final round will be with the HR director for salary negotiation.
Interview Question – It is not one question but the entire round with the VP. View Answer
Negotiation Details – The HR director is pretty okay with negotiation and can be pushed for a better package if you deserve it.
I applied online and the process took 5 days - interviewed at Replicon in September 2012.
Interview Details – They initially have a HR round of interview followed my an assessment to check an individuals written language post which there is an Operations round followed by the Head of HR for salary negotiation.
Interview Question – If have very basic questions. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No because over the phone it sounded wow to me, but later when i understood the break up i realized that they include gratuity too!
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Replicon in February 2013.
Interview Details – Quick and Easy
Interview Question – What was the biggest disappointment in your career? Answer Question
Interviewed at Replicon
Interview Details – Four stages. The first with a recruiter. The second with a VP. The third was a presentation of their technology to a manager. The fourth a final interview with a VP.
Interview Question – Very keen on people who sell value over price so you need to be on your game. Answer Question
I applied through other source and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Replicon in October 2013.
Interview Details – It has been a good experience so far
Negotiation Details – one week
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Replicon in January 2013.
Interview Details – Had 3 rounds of interview. If you could understand their solutions and perform well during a case study round where they give you a situation and ask you to sell a solution, thats it.
Interview Question – There were no such questions asked Answer Question
Negotiation Details – None. they have their standard salary structure for each position
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Replicon in November 2013.
Interview Details – Process took 3 interview, first one was telephonic and after it two interview at office F2F. Interview was a tricky one and about the basics. Great behavior. Very comfortable and very cool people i met at Replicon. amazing experience.
Interview Question – Question about the java protected variable and it's accession. suppose a class A is there and there is a class B which extends A, we can access the protected variable of class A in class B as it is a part of inheritance tree , but suppose class C is there and it extends B than what will happen? all the questions were like this question only, tricky and based on basics. View Answer
Negotiation Details – No Negotiation!!
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