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Interviews at FarmLogs
Anonymous Interview Candidate
I applied online. I interviewed at FarmLogs
Interview process took about 2 weeks long. The first step was a phone interview for 30 minutes. Then I had an in person interview that lasted an hour and a half where I met with about 6 different people from various departments.
- Why FarmLogs? Why a sales career?
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Ann Arbor, MI
I applied online. I interviewed at FarmLogs (Ann Arbor, MI) in Apr 2017
Talked to HR for about 30 minutes about background, interest in the company. Two weeks later was a given a take home project to complete. Unfortunately no offer however one of the senior devs reached out to me and gave me a ton of outstanding feedback on my submitted app. Very impressive in a world where most companies just stop contacting you. Very appreciative of that.
- (Will keep question private for honesty) But was asked to create an app and submit it to the team for review.
Anonymous Employee in West Des Moines, IA
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 6 days. I interviewed at FarmLogs (West Des Moines, IA) in Feb 2017
The interview process was efficient and effective. I was contacted initially by the HR manager. She set up an call with the hiring manager. After speaking with the hiring manager I scheduled a face-to-face with the hiring manager. On the day of the face-to-face the HR manager had sent me an itinerary for the interviews so I knew exactly who, when and what we would be discussing. This was excellent. I met with everyone, some via conference call, through the day. I especially like being able to speak with everyone in one day.
- What gets me excited about Farmlogs?
Anonymous Employee in Ann Arbor, MI
I applied through an employee referral I interviewed at FarmLogs (Ann Arbor, MI) in Dec 2016
Very quick and up front was one call face to face interview that was a panel set up with managers in respected department. Laid back made sure you felt comfortable and let you wear whatever you wanted there is no uniform policy
- How do you handle it when you get told no
Anonymous Employee in Ann Arbor, MI
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at FarmLogs (Ann Arbor, MI) in Nov 2016
I had a phone interview followed by an onsite interview. This onsite interview was broken down in 3 sections, with two interviewers for the first two, followed by a 1-1 with the CEO. This style of interview worked really well for this position. The phone screen gave me an opportunity to learn more prior to an onsite experience. Once onsite I met with people from different areas of the organization. Meeting with managers from various parts of the organization helped me to understand the collaborative culture. Finally, meeting 1-1 with the CEO made me understand that they take all roles and interviews seriously, even entry level sales roles. Overall, I felt the interview experience set me up for success in this organization.
- What motivates you? Describe a unique situation when you had to think outside the box to come up with a solution?
Anonymous Interview Candidate in New York, NY
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at FarmLogs (New York, NY) in Nov 2016
Two part interview process where the first part involved an hour long call with a recruiter that went over company culture, asked about career goals and salary requirements. The second part of the interview involved a technical interview with questions about data structures, OOP and databases. The interview also included a coderpad.io quiz in Python to implement code to determine whether or not a list of lists were a valid Suduko board. Unfortunately Farmlogs seems to more interested in people who can solve brain teasers than actual software engineering problems.
- Given a list of lists containing numbers - write some code that will determine whether or not it is a valid Sudoku board.