Mission: Driving Comp Growth for the Nation's Leading Restaurant and Retail Brands.
I joined the tech team to work on some of the latest tech stack they are working on. I have been here for a few months now and it is really one of the most collaborative teams I've worked on. Everyone on the team is really nice and helping each other all the time. I am working on react redux node and even scala. I got to do some research on clojure few weeks back. Whiskey is the favorite evening drink.
engineering team is small here. you must be able to learn and drive on your own.
Advice to Management
Need more engineers.
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Bridg (Los Angeles, CA) in October 2017.
Interview consisted of an initial phone screen with a internal recruiter, from there moved on to a 45 minute technical phone screen with someone apart of the engineering team. After that I was invited to an onsite which lasted about two and a half hours. I met with 3 engineers and the VP of engineering. Was asked some react based questions and white boarded a few simple algorithms. Overall felt the interview processes was somewhat disorganized, (interviewees changed last minute) and one of the engineers didn't seem fully prepared to interview me. Nevertheless, I did great throughout the interview and was feeling great until my debrief with the internal recruiter where she relayed to me that I was too "junior" for the role they were looking for based on my experience... Left me dumbfounded based off the questions I was asked, and they had seen my resume before deciding to bring me in. Heard back a week later saying they want someone with more experience. Job posting stated 1-2 years. Felt like my time was wasted.
Overall I wouldn't recommend this place to any friends/associates I know.
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