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Round 1: Phone interview with the hiring manager Round 2: In-person interview with some of the people in the team Round 3: In-person interview with the Directors
They didn't ask any technical questions. The whole interview was kind of casual. Some basic interview questions: briefly talk about your experience and give some examples on how you overcome challenges, etc.