I worked at Axeda full-time (More than 3 years)
Super group of smart people. Good direction from management, great product.
Grew the company to sell it. Not enough equity for regular employees to make them excited about the sell off.
Advice to Management
I understand why you had to sell, but you took the wrong offer. The new owners ran it into the ground.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Axeda (Foxborough, MA).
Two non-technical phone screens followed by a technical interview.
The technical interview started by giving a 30 minute presentation on relevant projects and technologies I have worked with. Everyone listening was attentive and asked thoughtful questions. After the presentation, there were a few quick questions from the team about my resume. Following that, the team asked 4 or 5 programming questions. I overthought them sort of, but they were pretty straight forward (fizzbuzz, splitting a string, unit test a function, etc).
Lastly there was a one on one interview with the hiring manager and then an HR rep. That was mostly about culture and what I specifically was looking for.
I got an offer later that night, but wound up turning it down because there was no pay increase over my current situation.