I worked at GLiNTECH full-time
mostly a good technical team, however they won't last at the company too long.
Self centred management who make BAD strategic decisions!! They like to play the blame game and do not take ownership of their mistakes. Watch your back because management are quick to turn against you. There are no new projects and sales can't seem to grow the business. It's up to the employees to find their own opportunities.
Advice to Management
... time to wake up and realise your company is going backwards. suggestion is, it is best to look at your options and better reevaluate your managerial structure..... step back after finding some better experienced and more capable individuals to resume your positions.... but lets face it, not like anyone will take the advice on board..... also it's best to leave your bad moods at home where they belong and make an effort to say hi to people around the office (talk them not only when you need something).
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at GLiNTECH (Sydney (Australia)) in June 2016.
I applied through linked-in and got the exploratory call directly from GLiNTECH. I was asked to introduce myself, explain what I did in my previous project, what I knew about Agile, my salary expectations. After this call, I received a 60 min online java hackerrank test. The test was simple with 10 questions, 6 of them being objective type basic question on java and 4 algorithmic exercises. The test was simple, but the hackerrack UI did not allow me to navigate back to the unattemped questions until I reached and completed the 10th question! This is a bug in their site and I reported this in the feedback page at the end of the test. Nevertheless, I cleared the online test and got a call for the 30 min f2f interview with a senior consultant. She asked me to explain the architecture of the last project I worked on and went over my resume in detail explaining me to elaborate on all the projects and skill set I have mentioned. The director of the company expressed that he would also join the same round and they collectively scrutinized my resume. Both were very pleasant to talk to and the discussion went well. What I sensed was that they were looking for maximum skill sets that they could use for their present and future projects. In the end I received an email saying I do not qualify for the next round.