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Updated Dec 30, 2021
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Anonymous Interview Candidate in Austin, TX
I applied online. I interviewed at Dealerware (Austin, TX) in Nov 2021
First-round with the HR ...quick 15 mins. Then with the Hiring Manager. Did not like the tone and attitude of the hiring manager. He is not humble and full of himself. I think it badly reflects on company culture. Even if given an offer I would reject it.
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 1 week. I interviewed at Dealerware in Jul 2021
From first contact the interview process with Dealerware was thoughtful, streamlined, applicant focused, and overall a smooth enjoyable endeavor. I could tell that the company was interested in making this process beneficial for both of us and truly seeing if and where we could find a good fit between us, rather than an excuse to rule me out. Communication was quick and consistent at every level from recruitment to management. People took the additional time to explain the process and offer themselves to ensure any questions I had were answered and that I had adequate info and accommodations to perform at my best and relax. Having been through several application and interview processes during my search, the individual efforts of each person stood out and spoke much louder than any company policies or values could. There were about three rounds to the process: I spoke with a recruiter, was given a coding challenge, spoke with a hiring manager in the engineering department, and a final round wherein I spoke with a Software Engineer I to further discuss my experience and a project that I was proud of and a bit more about the position, a Scrum Master to talk culture and how their teams are generally shaped and directed, and once more to the head of Engineering. At every point, I felt invested in, and that regardless of the outcome that this company wanted me to come away from this process with a bit more information, confidence, and empowered in my journey. I was constantly kept abreast of next steps, and timelines. The entire process was refreshing and I would recommend Dealerware, highly.
- I was asked to present a project that I was proud of and to walk them through some of my code and a particularly challenging or impressive portion and why and how I made the decisions that I did.
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Anonymous Interview Candidate
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Dealerware in Feb 2021
Recruiter Round, Hiring manager round, take home assessment, final virtual onsite with 5 team members. The team is nice, all interviewers were kind, patient and smart. They do not offer visa sponsorship and have offices only in Austin.
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