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Anonymous Interview Candidate
I applied online. I interviewed at Red Alpha
Good experience. Didn't have the qualifications, but everybody was very generous in the entire process. Even after the fact, they wanted to help me find employment. It was very nice.
- What kind of experience can you bring to the team?
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Columbia, MD
I applied online. I interviewed at Red Alpha (Columbia, MD) in Sep 2019
The process was pretty simple. It started out with a brief personality screening with questions related to recent projects and the ability to commute. That was followed by a brief technical interview. Then about a month later they responded with decisions.
- The questions were hypothetical coding questions related to projects listed on my resume
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Anonymous Employee in Annapolis Junction, MD
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Red Alpha (Annapolis Junction, MD) in May 2019
The interview was very informal and relaxed. I was greeted at the door and was made to feel welcomed the entire time. There were a number of people in the room during the interview; they told me about the organization and about the types of work they do, and asked me some general questions about my skillset.
- They were interested in what I was doing now and what I want to be doing moving forward. It was very conversational.