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“Amazing company if you want to expand your skills, learn higher level technologies, and get a decent pay out of it. ”
- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
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In a lot of cases, you can work with fancy software/hardware right off the bat. Company has great learning system. There are advancement opportunities, if you choose to use them. I tend to disagree with previous reviews where they mention lack of advancement or low pay. Plenty of overtime opportunities, if you want to earn more.
Work environment can be stressful. You are working with hedge fund managers. Most of the time, they are nice. But then there are some... individuals that make you want to scream. Work hours sometimes make it hard to do things outside of work.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through other source. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at Eze Castle Integration (New York, NY).
Interview was in 3.5 parts. They found me on Monster.com and their HR person called me up, introduced me to their company, told me what they do, and what position they need people for. After, I was asked 10 technical questions. From what I understand, they were done to make sure that we are not wasting each other's time.
First interview was over the phone, with one of company's senior engineers. They asked about 50 questions, ranging from Windows to Networking. Lasted about 25 minutes.
2nd interview was in person, with a number of team leaders. They asked a number of situation questions, like "If X happens, and you are busy with Y, how would you handle it?" or "X broke. You must fix it. You are not sure how. What would you do?"
Third interview was with one of the technical higher-ups. I was given an impossible scenario, I guess to see how I would think under pressure. He asked me for my weakest knowledge area from resume, and grilled me on that for a bit.
- Write out on a piece of paper how would you troubleshoot a certain problem. Answer Question