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I worked at Amerishore part-time for less than a yearPros
Working at Amerishore is a great way to get varied and valuable experience. I worked on a variety of projects, touching a number of different technologies. The work is largely QA, but not all. There is also some defect remediation work, upgrade work, things like that. Even the QA work is all over the place. You may be doing QA on a custom integration with Microsoft CRM one week, custom Sharepoint integrations the next, then doing mobile on iOS, Windows and Android. Experience in Team File Share, Visual Studio, Eclipse - this is all stuff that can separate you from the competition. You get an inside look at the consulting world, and it can also open doors to companies that are using Amerishore's services. The management is extremely interested in growing the talent.
If there is a better mentor than Eric Huckabay out there, I haven't met them yet. The guy is a genius, and he isn't shy about spreading it around. Believe me, it's a rare enough thing to find someone with tons of knowledge and experience who doesn't want to guard it jealously. He'll even help you with your homework...yes, really.
Lunch and learns are awesome - you get to learn from talented, down to earth people who have serious industry chops on a variety of Microsoft products, and general skills - Microsoft's BI stack, UI, HTML/CSS, SSRS, and the list goes on.
Casual Fridays are awesome.
The time required is only 20 hours a week, and management is pretty generous about working with you for vacation time, class schedules, needing to study for finals, stuff like that. I honestly don't know what the reviewer complaining about work/life balance was on. First of all, this is a part-time gig, second of all, if you think Amerishore has a bad work/life balance - you're about to get a very rude awakening when you arrive in the real world of emails at 10pm, being on-call, being expected to work on weekends and evenings to get the job done and your boss really doesn't care if you wanted to go to South Padre this weekend.Cons
No, this isn't always an internship-to-hire opportunity. Who on earth said that every internship leads to a full time offer?
The pay kinda sucks.
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Amerishore.Interview Details
Behavioral interview with some challenging questions. not your typical "tell me about our company" interview. Very relaxed. the office is smaller then you would think. They are a subsidiary of nudesic. The interview was pleasant and fast. not to pressured. show up excited and realize you are interviewing directly with your future boss. They seem like a great company.Interview Questions
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