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Employees rate Austin 8.4% lower than the overall average
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I worked at BioWare as an intern (Less than a year)
BioWare has a great work culture, especially considering it's in the infamously hard-working games industry.
The developers there are great to work with, and being under the Electronic Arts umbrella gives you access to teams across the world.
The teams across the BioWare studios all collaborate very well.
Some interns were given full, genuine projects to helm themselves from start to finish, as opposed to "intern work" that people usually expect.
Working under Electronic Arts can be demoralizing if you like to read public opinion.
If you're looking to put in a lot of passion and above-and-beyond effort into your work, not many of your coworkers will join you in that.
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I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at BioWare (Austin, TX) in April 2011.
I did a phone interview with several developers, where I was asked about my past experience and technical questions relating to that experience. I then a programming skills test. They did not mention that you couldn't use the Internet as reference, but I assumed they preferred me not to do so. After that, I had several on-site interviews where they tried to find the best fit for me. The interviews were group interviews, with behavioral questions, experience-related question, and some whiteboard questions. Everyone was incredibly professional and went out of their way to make sure I wasn't nervous.