I have been working at ByteCubed full-time
-Variety of free bfast/lunch snacks / beverages
-Company happy hour every Friday
-Laid back work environment
-Ping-Pong Table, Foosball Table, and 2 Gaming systems with plenty of games, 3 flat screen TVs for down time
-Attendance to most local events hosted in space after hours
-Benefits, gym membership price, and Salary
-Federal Holidays are off and paid for
-Employees birthday appreciation once a month with treats
-Opportunity to voice any concerns to management
-remote / telework policy
The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at ByteCubed (New York, NY).
Contact was initially through a recruiter (who was great btw). After going through the resume we scheduled an at home coding assignment. For whatever reason I wasn't sent the email to download the problem. I emailed back after some time, they realized the mistake, and they sent it again. After completing over a few days and sending back they wanted to set up a skype interview.
It was supposed to be over two hours with a different interview each 30 min but no one explained this. The 3rd interviewer didn't show up at all... Of the ones that did, there were some good questions and some loaded ones. A good engineer knows not every question has a right answer but that apparently isn't the case at ByteCubed so watch out... there are some strong opinions.
I was told by Richard that I didn't get the job, but he didn't know why. I would advise against applying here.