New York Internet
3.0 of 5 3 reviews
www.nyi.net New York, NY 16 to 50 Employees
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Erik Koblence

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Gain valuable experience or work semi-comfortably within your boundaries, your choice

 Former Data Center Technician in New York, NY

Pros: The entire business is small enough that you will be able to understand just about every facet of it's diverse operations within six months. From a systems administration perspective if you have little/no previous experience with unix environments… Full Review

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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in New York, NY Aug 2012 – Reviewed Jul 26, 2013

Interview Details – The interview will consist of two parts, an HR person and a technical person. The HR portion is standard and generic. The technical portion usually starts with a review of your performance on a simple test of Unix and basic troubleshooting questions they administered before the interview and…Full Interview

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Don't remember, probably some basic nix thing, like configuring a nic at the command line. View Answer

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