Assemble Overview

  • Seattle, WA
  • 1 to 50 Employees
  • 2010
  • Company - Private
  • Consulting
  • Unknown / Non-Applicable


We create things that connect. Apps. Sites. Software. Back-ends and front-ends. Connections to you, your brand and your customers. We’re on the leading edge—the view from here is incredible. Talk with us and see what we see.

Assemble Reviews

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Tim Bauman
Tim Bauman
1 Rating
Current Employee, more than 1 year
Positive Outlook
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- Fast paced, lots of experience packed into each project.
- Caring management.
- Great Clients.
- Growth Opportunity.
- Very flat organization
- Open communication
- VERY Transparent


- Front end pay is a little disproportionate to full stack
- Still working to take on an updated perspective of what "Front end" actually is now
- General growing pains
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Assemble Interviews

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  1. Full Stack Ruby On Rails Developer Interview

    Anonymous Employee in United States
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview

    I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Assemble (United States) in Nov 2020


    The interview process began with a standard phone interview asking me about my experience etc. Afterwards, I was given a coding assessment challenge to complete within a 2 to 3 hour time period in a 48 hour time period. The challenge was a Ruby on Rails coding assignment prompting me to complete a laundry list of features and functionality to complete. I thought that the challenge was pretty straightforward and clear in its instructions.

    After the first round challenge, a second round challenge followed where I worked collaboratively with two team members to further build out and refine functionality from the first round of challenge.

    Finally, following the third round consisted of a meet and greet with various members of the company where I got to know what working at Assemble would potentially be like.

    Overall, the process was very streamlined, clear, and direct. Looking back, I thought the challenge that I undertook at the time directly reflects what I'm working on on a day to day basis. I also appreciate the communication with my interviewers and liked that there were no 'gotchas' in the interview process.

    Complete a Ruby On Rails Challenge within 48 hours.

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