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WideOrbit New York, NY Reviews

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    Current Employee - Product Support Specialist in New York, NY
    Current Employee - Product Support Specialist in New York, NY
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I have been working at WideOrbit full-time (More than 5 years)

    Pros

    I enjoy working with my team, we do anything to help each other out.

    Cons

    I don't have anything to mention. I enjoy my WO co-workers.

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WideOrbit New York, NY Salaries

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WideOrbit New York, NY Interviews

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    Developer Support Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Employee in New York, NY
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Difficult Interview

    Application

    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at WideOrbit (New York, NY) in March 2020.

    Interview

    The total interview process consisted of an initial take home test followed by a technical-screen video chat and in-person final round. After each stage I was contacted within a day and provided feedback and next steps.

    The take home test was broke into two parts. The first was a freeform thinking exercise where I was provided with a scenario and asked to write whatever emails to whatever parties I felt appropriate. It was meant to identify both how I approach an issue as well as my communication. The second part was a series of technical questions aimed at identifying the depth of my technical knowledge relevant to the position. The technical part of the take home test required a deep technical understanding that allowed me the opportunity to showcase my abilities, but could have done the opposite if I lacked the knowledge.

    Similar to the take home test, the technical-screen video chat required a strong knowledge of the technical discipline I was being evaluated for, but also gave me the opportunity to shine by being able to do it.

    Lastly was the in-person round where I got to talk with a half a dozen individuals across several block sessions. This started with one last technical assessment, but was largely a cultural and team fit check.

    Overall I felt the interview process did a good job at confirming I had the skills needed for the position and I felt all the people I met were quality individuals.

    Interview Questions

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