Mission: Grid Dynamics wants to transform the customer journey by providing personalized, quality shopping experience.
I have been working at Grid Dynamics full-time (More than a year)
Grid has a friendly environment comprised of people who really care about the company and executing at the top of their league. Grid is is about 400 people but feels like there are 20. You have the ability to stand out, contribute and make a difference compared to larger companies where you don't know everyone.
Grid has been growing fast and is making strides to transition and change to keep up with the employment explosion. This is not really a con, as a plan has been set into motion, but is all I could think of to fill the requirement to type in this space.
I applied through a staffing agency. The process took a week. I interviewed at Grid Dynamics (San Francisco, CA).
Before get an interview with manager, you have to complete an online java test. You have 30 min to finish the test. And the test contains a lot of questions which were first, incorrectly composed (the questions themselves and the possible answers), second, with hypothetical/theoretical questions which usually developers don't face in a real development and even you don't need to know them. I didn't pass the test and didn't get a chance to talk with the manager or the technical interviewer. The recruitment process itself looked too me as unprofessional.
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