Interviewed at SanDisk
Interview Details – Went through several rounds of interviews, meeting increasingly senior people. Seemed like when they were interested or had time things could move quickly, but there were times the process just stagnated a bit.
Interview Question – Many questions probed details of past experiences. Others were practical questions about how the new job would be attacked. Answer Question
The process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at SanDisk in February 2010.
Interview Details – Interview was quite easy with several people asking random questions - in most cases, I did not feel the people really prepared for the interviews - SanDisk strikes me as an informal company
Interview Question – Tell me about your background. Typical questions. Answer Question
Reason for Declining – First of all, I was not impressed by the level of the executives I met. Their questions were not that insightful and they seem to focus on tactics. I also think there is lots of politics in the company. Finally, the product is not very attractive (almost a commodity) especially for a marketeer. People seem to be nice but not very experienced and prepared. I would say it is an average place to work. If you are just looking for a place to work and earn a decent salary, this is a good place. Not for me
From our early days asa Silicon Valley start-up to our current position as a Fortune 500 and S&P 500 company, SanDisk has been committed to driving the future of data storage. Our high-performance storage products are… — Full Overview
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