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Alasco Munich, Bayern (Germany) Reviews

  • "Great place to work"

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    • Senior Management
    Current Freelancer - Full Stack Developer in Munich, Bayern (Germany)
    Current Freelancer - Full Stack Developer in Munich, Bayern (Germany)
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    Positive Outlook

    I have been working at Alasco (Less than a year)

    Pros

    Great vision, working environment, conditions and management. The company is skyrocketing and there will be a lot of growing opportunities. I have worked with the founders since the times of Stylight and I can only recommend.

    Cons

    There is no real con to working here.

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Alasco Munich, Bayern (Germany) Salaries

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Alasco Munich, Bayern (Germany) Interviews

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    Backend Developer Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Munich, Bayern (Germany)
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Alasco (Munich, Bayern (Germany)) in June 2020.

    Interview

    The process was fairly straight forward. A few days after sending off my application I was contacted by a recruiter Nina, where I was asked to book a date and time for a pre-interview. During the pre-interview, I got a good insight into the company and was asked questions regarding my motives etc. I was also given the opportunity to ask questions myself.

    Once the pre-interview was done I was asked to complete a take-home assignment, where I had 6 hours to do it once I had clicked the start button. I was faced with three questions, which had to be completed in Python.

    Fortunately the code I had submitted was to Alasco's liking and in no less than a day was I contacted to book a time slot for the main interview. Here I met with one of the founders where we went over each other's backgrounds and then over the code assignment. Like the pre-interview this too was a great experience. I gained more insight into the company, especially from a technical point of view, a better understanding of the company vision, culture and also what my role would comprise of.

    I was then moved onto the final stages of the interview process. which consisted of two parts. Interviewing with another founder and then a team-meet. This again offered me great insight into the company, this time from a more business-related perspective. Meeting the team was really the icing on the cake. As it gave me a full picture as to who I would be interacting with on a day-to-day basis.

    The interview process with Alasco really was a great experience. One of the great things about it is that it provides the applicant with a clear picture of what the company is, the company vision, the culture and the atmosphere there. Everything was done in an orderly fashion.

    Throughout the process Nina was very informative, as I had emailed her a number of times with questions, and I would get detailed responses within a couple of hours.

    I only have good things to say about interviewing at Alasco.

    Interview Questions

    • When I was questioned on my coding assignment, I was asked to explain my thought process and why I designed it one way and not the other.   Answer Question
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