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Anonymous Employee in Cary, NC
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at PrecisionLender (Cary, NC) in Jul 2018
I was contacted one day after applying for the Software Engineer position and asked to come in for a "coffee" interview. I met with two software engineer (one was quite senior, one was relatively new to the company) for about an hour and asked a few basic questions (what are you looking for in your next job, what kind of side projects are you doing, etc). This interview seemed like a chance to determine whether what I wanted and what they were looking for was fundamentally incompatible and it was quite low pressure. The next step was an at-home technical assessment. It had three required problems and four problems where I was asked to complete at least two. It certainly was not a complicated assessment and seemed to be for the purpose of assessing whether a candidate was familiar with the technologies at PL (Microsoft stack). I was encouraged to use all resources at my disposal to solve the problems (Stack Overflow, etc). The final step was a long in-person interview (about 5 hours long). I was given a simple programming exercise to complete on a computer (not whiteboarding). After that I met with several different engineers to have in-depth discussion about my previous experience and specific technical projects I had worked on in my current job. Be prepared to know a lot about at least one project you've recently worked on, because they will ask for details! I was also taken to lunch with employees from different departments so I could ask more general company questions, and the day finished off with a Q&A session. I received a verbal offer the next day and accepted formally soon after.
- Describe a project you recently worked on
Anonymous Employee in Cary, NC
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at PrecisionLender (Cary, NC) in Jan 2018
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Anonymous Interview Candidate in Ban Som Phone
I applied online. The process took 1 week. I interviewed at PrecisionLender (Ban Som Phone) in Oct 2016
Only got to first interview. I don't know if there are more. The overall screening was okay. They just asked a bunch of random technical questions. They seemed to be looking for an experienced programmer, but listed opening as entry level.
- Various technical questions about random definitions.
Anonymous Interview Candidate
I applied through other source. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at PrecisionLender in Mar 2016
There were 3 rounds of interviews. A phone screen first, then they send you some coding assignments which are expected as soon as possible. Then there is one on-site with a couple of members of the team. This is to figure out if you are match with the culture over there. If they think you are good enough, they will call you for a full day interview where pretty much everyone in the company gets to talk (interview) with you. They really screen the candidates in every way possible.
- Past project experiences and technical questions