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I worked at 3Sharp full-time (Less than a year)
Good talented people, very supportive co-workers and really good work life balance
Nothing much as I really enjoyed there
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at 3Sharp (Redmond, WV) in March 2017.
This is a role primarily focused on helping 3Sharp build demos for Microsoft. My background includes 12 years at Microsoft as a Senior Product Manager. I have extensive experience building demos for Microsoft.
I had a screening interview with HR, and a follow-up interview with the hiring manager, who invited me to come in for a formal loop.
I thought about what I'd learned in the two interviews thus far, and told him I wanted to respect their time and mine, and if the job was deeply technical, we should probaby skip the loop, because the Windows and Exchange demos I had built for Microsoft typically focused more on business benefits than technical issues. He said not to worry about it, and invited me to come in anyway. So I looped all afternoon with various team members.
Several days later, HR emailed me and said they wouldn't be extending an offer, because I didn't appear to have the technical qualifications for the role. Oh really? See anything wrong with this picture? A full afternoon wasted. A word to the wise: don't make the same mistake I did in thinking these people know what they're doing.
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