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Mayfield Robotics Overview

Redwood City, CA
1 to 50 employees
2015
Subsidiary or Business Segment
Consumer Electronics & Appliances Stores
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Mayfield Robotics is the startup behind Kuri, the adorable home robot that won a pile of awards at CES 2017 and that also pinkie-swears not to take over the world and eradicate humanity (http://wi.st/2kk6xYo). We're growing and looking for people to come help ... Read more

Mission: We make home robots that are joyful, useful, and inspiring.

Mayfield Robotics Reviews

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    I worked at Mayfield Robotics full-time (More than a year)

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    a very dedicated and hardworking group of people

    Cons

    the company got shut down

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Mayfield Robotics Photos

Mayfield Robotics photo of: Team shot
Mayfield Robotics photo of: Inside our robot shop
Mayfield Robotics photo of: Mike (our CEO) on Halloween
Mayfield Robotics photo of: Holiday Party 2016
Mayfield Robotics photo of: Holiday Party 2016
Mayfield Robotics photo of: Jazzing up the prototypes
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Mayfield Robotics Interviews

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    After an initial phone call with the HR person I got several code challenges to resolve without a time limit. I resolved them using the best approach for their requirements and sent them back with extensive documentation about the problem, the solution and the strategy chosen to resolve it.
    After few days the HR person told me the technical manager didn't want to continue with my application, and when asked for feedback about my code implementation she said she will ask the manager and get back to me. But she never did.

    I don't think is a good recruiting practice to drop technical applications after a code challenge without providing at least a very basic feedback. Code challenges take several hours to research, code, test and document, and you would expect at least the courtesy of the reviewer to follow up with you.

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