Mission: Better Healthcare Through Math
I have been working at LeanTaaS full-time (Less than a year)
People and culture: Intelligent cross functional teams of engineers, product managers, data scientists, and product marketing managers challenging each other to help grow and scale the core products. Team-building events and weekly happy hours is also great for bonding.
Product market fit: Very fast-growth and we have or are implementing at the top cancer centers and health systems across the nation. Customers are excited to work with us and develop features and functionality in conjunction to help solve their needs.
Challenging health care problems: The work itself is incredibly fascinating. We are tackling complex problems in health care that improve patient experiences, reduce costs, and increase revenues.
Competitive salary, great benefits, and excellent perks. Love working here!
Conference room space can be hard to find with how fast the team size has been increasing due to rapid customer growth. Looking forward to the future expansion plans.
Advice to Management
Keep leading the organization and maintaining the level of transparency you have been.
I applied online. I interviewed at LeanTaaS (San Jose, CA) in August 2017.
Went onsight. 5 interviews in 4 hours. The first interviewer explained the company structure and briefly described the products. The second interviewer had a couple of common programming puzzles ready. The third interviewer listened to my projects and asked some questions from it. The fifth interviewer was a mature guy, came with a smile explained the structure of the company, talked about the leadership and tried to pick my brains.
The fourth interviewer was a disaster. He came and drew an internal system on the whiteboard that used a couple of infamous technologies. Then he asked me on how I would transfer data from one service to another. Everytime I gave him an answer, he would say let's treat this as a constraint and try something else. Basically, he had an answer in mind that he wanted me to get to and he was putting fences just to reach there. However, this exercise was super frustrating for me as well as him. He then suddenly got up and announced "I am done with you" and walked out. I've never faced such a lame interviewer.