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- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
Louisville, CO 400 Centennial Parkway Louisville, CO 80027 Get Directions
I have been working at Uber full-time (Less than a year)
taking steps to do the right things
no haggling salaries / equal pay based on (title, years experience, education) - not gender, previous pay, etc.
interesting problems to solve
learning environment with many infrastructure technologies from in-house and open source
well meaning and smart co-workers
Celebrate diversity of backgrounds and individuality LGBTQ+
CEO setting by example positive culture
negative press / in the spot light
retention of tenured employees looking for the next hot startup
Treating contractors as second class citizens
Advice to Management
Keep doing what your doing, communication and being open is key.
Increase gender and minority diversity in engineering
Work towards inclusion not exclusion, remove barriers between FTE and contractors, everyone is part of the success.
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I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Uber (Louisville, CO) in June 2019.
I was contacted by the recruiter via phone to access my interests in Uber and why I wanted to leave my current job. I was given the choice to either do a phone screening technical interview or go on-site for an hour since I was a local to the area, in which I chose to go onsite. After passing the preliminary screening, I was invited for the full on-site interview. Since I was interviewing for the Map Store team, I was told beforehand to focus more on graphs, trees, arrays, and linked lists. The questions were fairly hard/tricky to come up with a solution in the time frame that you were given and there was the expectation that you would write your code in CodePair after whiteboarding your solution, which I was not able to do for two of the interviews. However, the interviewers were very nice and helped me through a lot of the parts of the problem where I got stuck, so I had a somewhat complete whiteboarded solution for all the interviews. I struggled a lot through the system design interview due to my lack of experience with distributed systems, but the interviewer took that into account. While I did not pass the interview, the recruiter and interviewers that I have met are some of the nicest people in tech that I have had the pleasure of talking to and seemed extremely passionate about their work, and my experience interviewing for the Colorado office has been nothing but positive.