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I have been working at Intapp full-time (More than a year)
People are nice here. The work life balance is great.
The technology here is old. Not paid enough.
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Intapp in January 2017.
I applied online and a recruiter contacted me for a one hour technical interview with a non technical person. She had a heavy accent that was tough to understand. I had to repeat for clarification which made her very "ANGRY". I know the exact question she asked me in the last- "which keyword will you use to ensure that two threads can safely access the same variable?" I answered "Volatile" and I was ready to explain further but she was looking for only "Synchronized". Also, she was not pronouncing varchar as we do. Everything irritated her and she cut it in 5 minutes only that was very rude. She said "this tells us where we stand, and we cannot proceed further". How rude is that??
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