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    Laid-back work environment, good benefits


    very cliquey, some people are awesome and others shouldn't even be there! Way too politically correct at times, blacks are given special treatment like they been there for years.....

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    Front End Developer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Southlake, TX
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    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Sabre (Southlake, TX) in September 2015.


    After initial contact, they send you a link to take a test on HackerRank. It's 25 questions with 2 hours to complete it. The initial contact with the recruiter made it sound like it was an AngularJS position they were hiring for, but the test only had 2 questions about AngularJS. Even though this was a Javascript oriented test, it was not Javascript centric, but rather algorithm centric. A big trip up is handling STDIN inside your Javascript code. They have the nodejs boiler plate, but It wasn't clear to me how to reference STDIN. So your code fails the tests (they run it in node v.10) What struck me odd was the lack of questions on closure, scope, prototypes, this, and Javascript OOP. I suspect this test was written by a person or persons that are not Javascript engineers. But they did include a question about the '!!' operator. So, not only is Javascript not a concern, but readability is not either. There are multiple choice questions: The CSS box model, the !! in Javascript, a jquery question, a CSS question. It's not hard, but the misunderstanding of questions and STDIN is very bad.

    Interview Questions

    • Write Fizzbuzz. Make it take the loop count from STDIN. You're screwed if you can't figure out how to reference STDIN.   Answer Question
    • Write a Romanizer. Take a number and output the number as Roman numerals. Once again, you're screwed by STDIN. Also, it wasn't clear if it took one number or an array of numbers for input.   Answer Question
    • Write a function to count the distinct groups of palindromes in a string.   Answer Question
    • Write an AngularJS directive that does a 'health check.' It wasn't clear to me what they were asking, but it had something to do with pinging the server every 10 seconds and displaying the status. Also, write a full suite of tests for the directive.   Answer Question
    • Write an AngularJS service that builds a URL out of 3 components. Also, write the tests for it.   Answer Question

Sabre Awards & Accolades

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Great Place to Work, Mexico , Great Place to Work Institute, 2012
Great Place to Work, Poland , Great Place to Work Institute, 2012
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Additional Info

Headquarters Southlake, TX
Size 10000+ Employees
Founded 1960
Type Company - Public (SABR)
Industry Information Technology
Revenue $2 to $5 billion (USD) per year

Drive solutions, software and innovations. Whatever you do at Sabre – from IT to consulting to engineering – your fresh perspective and innovative thinking aligned with new and cutting edge methodologies can drive creativity and results. Join Sabre and join a team driven by values and strategic tenets. Headquartered in Southlake, TX, USA, we have approximately ... More

Mission: As an innovative technology company that leads the travel industry by helping our customers (and employees) succeed, we’re looking for forward-thinking, creative people who take ownership of results and "make things happen". We achieve success by building extraordinary teams with exceptional people – that means finding the best and brightest to join Sabre.

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