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Competitors: Nanigans, Adaptly, Ampush
ProsFlexibility in work schedule, ability to work from home regularly (I do this every Wednesday). I feel respected by everyone at the company. Great benefits and salary. The CEO is approachable. The
Cons100% my commute. Could use more diversity in the product development/engineering teams (I'm currently one of 2 women of color and 3 total women--though I do have to say that I even forget that at
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at CitizenNet (Los Angeles, CA) in Oct 2019
InterviewThere was a timed, online skills evaluation that was fairly challenging. Then a short, informal phone "screen" which I put in quotes because it was not with an HR person but another engineer, which was nice. During the phone call, we scheduled a 3 hour on-site interview, which seemed intimidating at first. However, when I got there the mood was generally easy-going. I met with the CEO first, then had 2 or 3 separate group interviews. There was some live coding during the interview with the team that the position was for. It felt almost a little more like pair programming (of course with less input from them than the usual pair programming) because it was conversational rather than them giving me a task and just watching and judging me in silence. The people were great, which is why I did take the offer.
(something like) What is your debugging process?/What are some tools you use? [job was Python specific]1 Answers
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...Great benefits and salary....
February 5, 2020