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MediaFire Overview

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Shenandoah, TX
1 to 50 employees
2006
Company - Private
Information Technology
Less than $1 million (USD) per year
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Reaching more than 100 million people monthly, MediaFire is a fast growing and forward thinking company. MediaFire is the only online storage solution to offer unlimited downloads, download and upload resuming, file syncing, audio and video transcoding, and more! Our team is ... Read more

MediaFire Reviews

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    "Great small company to work for"

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    I worked at MediaFire full-time

    Pros

    There's a small-culture feel due to the size of the company. They seem to care about their employees!

    Cons

    Sometimes it felt like I couldn't get my voice heard.

    Advice to Management

    I believe everyone at the company should have a say in the product, not just upper management.

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MediaFire Interviews

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    Developer Interview

    Anonymous Employee in The Woodlands, TX
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
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    Application

    I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at MediaFire (The Woodlands, TX).

    Interview

    I found the ad online and applied. I was asked to provide a range of 1 to 10 on various skills, which I answered as honestly as possible. I was working full time else where at that time, so my first contact consisted of emails back and forth. I took a "online remote" programming test, which I believe was a fair assessment of what a programmer should have. After this test, I was asked to come in for an in person assessment. This test consisted of 50 or so questions, which I believe the average "geek" should either know, or have enough background knowledge to generally answer. Finally, I had an in person interview with HR and the Director of Engineering, which was more a "get to know you" type of interview, not so much technical.

    Interview Questions

    • Most questions were very technical, don't expect to BS your way through the interview. If you are applying for a software engineer position, expect to be ask questions a software engineer could answer. Very few softball HR questions.   Answer Question

    Negotiation

    Back and forth a few times with HR.

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MediaFire Awards & Accolades

  • Gizmodo App of the Day, Gizmodo, 2013

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