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I have been working at Gojek full-time (More than a year)
Open communication. Great work culture. Collaborative atmosphere. Opportunity to learn and grow fast and take ownership.
Complex org structure. Reporting lines are not clear and confusing.
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Gojek (Gurgaon, Haryana (India)) in May 2021.
I've applied via LinkedIn. The very next day, there was a call from the recruiter to understand my roles, skills, and reason for the change.
I've two rounds so far and below is my experience about them. I'll update this thread in case further rounds are scheduled.
Round 1: This would be the code pairing round. If you're in Automation, a zipped framework file would be shared with you. They'll ask you about your area of expertise, let's say UI or API Automation. Accordingly, a zipped framework file would be shared with you.
In my case, I opted for API Automation. So they shared one swagger link and an API framework. I was asked to understand the framework and implement API Automation. Mostly it would be a TestNG framework with Lombok, Rest Assured Library.
Get your hands dirty here. The interview was nice and would help you in case you suggest any alternative approaches
Round 2 : Mostly in this round they'll try to understand your current framework. After that, it depends upon a lot on the interviewer on how well they've understood your resume. I was joined by an interview, presumed based on his questions he did not have any knowledge on API Automation. So he sticked to Selenium and TestNG Questions. And in my case, he was just asking questions he had implemented and was expecting me to arrive at answers which were fixated in his head. Be ready to encounter such interviewers. Not everyone is so flexible in Gojek :P