I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Spokeo in October 2013.
Interview Details – Had a phone screen then they flew me out for an onsite. They gave me a rental car and initially told me the wrong address and time for the interview, so it was kind of a disaster since I was inexperienced with driving around in L.A. (especially with no GPS). When I finally got to the interview the place seemed really nice, lots of friendly people and they even gave me free lunch. During the tech interview I thought I did well on most of the questions, I struggled a bit on one but eventually got it. Afterwards I flew home and a few days later I got a generic rejection email. No feedback or anything at all. I assumed someone did better in the interviews and got the position based on the recent interviews posted here, but it really would have been nice to actually get feedback on why I was not selected.
Interview Question – Standard algo questions Answer Question
Interviewed at Spokeo
Interview Details – One phone screen, then followed up by submitting the code sample, then there was a small project related to future work to work with. After that they give me a on-site interview and grant offer immediately
Interview Question – They asked mostly algorithm and data structure problems. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – 2 weeks
Interviewed at Spokeo
Interview Details – There were 3 interviews. The first phone interview was mostly behavior and some general questions. The second phone interview was more technical with some basic questions. The last one was an onsite interview that last about 3 hours. The first part of the interview was mostly about front end development and second part was mostly algorithms.
I applied through a staffing agency and the process took 3 days - interviewed at Spokeo in July 2013.
Interview Details – Began with meeting with HR, and an interview with manager and CTO. comprised of a basic rundown of skills and experience, and a series of basic programming questions, ranging from CSS to tree search algorithms.
Interview Question – Asked to write algorithms, and attempt to explain the Big O notation of each one. Answer Question
The process took 2 days - interviewed at Spokeo in May 2012.
Interview Details – I was contacted by the a member from the recruitment team and asked to send a sample of a coding project. Then a phone interview was scheduled. It lasted for around 45 mins and consisted of some technical questions and 2 coding questions. Both the questions were previously asked in amazon interviews.
Interview Question – How do you find the phone numbers in 50,000 HTML pages? Answer Question
Interviewed at Spokeo
Interview Details –
They came across with my resume from Monster.com and want to do a phone interview with me. The phone interview is around 40 mins long. It's 20% about my experience and interests about the position and 80% technical questions. The technical questions are mostly general questions you can easily answer if you have learned that before. There are 2 algorithm questions in the end of the phone interview and I got them pretty well.
The overall process is running smooth.
Pros: Well you get free and nice lunch and company dinners all the time. People are nice and always be able to get help from work. It's like a fast growing company with start up culture, and really enjoy the time here. – Full Review
What We Do Spokeo makes it easier than ever to help reunite friends and family, browse celebrities, and discover information about your online footprint, by simply searching a name, address, email, phone or username… — Full Overview
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