I have been working at CRITICAL Software full-time (More than a year)
The best workplace where I have worked until today. At all levels.
Nothing to say: everything has gone well.
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at CRITICAL Software (Porto, Oporto (Portugal)) in June 2016.
Applied online, and after a few weeks was called to an interview.
On the personal note, I got one of those classic strong gut feeling that they didn't like me, even before we shaked hands and talked.
So, the interview was quite straighforward. There were two people present, an HR person (via skype) and a very young team leader (I think).
Standard questions: why this and why that.
Several technical questions related with java. Well, all I can say is that for a junior position, there were not only numerous questions but they were also quite advanced. How can a junior have extensive experience with scrum? Did they forgot I was applying for a junior and not a senior position?
Anyways, after a week or so, their final decision came.
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