Mission: We will re-energize how people connect in the workplace.
I worked at Myplanet full-time
- unlimited vacation
- great office
- some attrition
- hard to book meetings with some folks
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Myplanet (Toronto, ON (Canada)) in February 2018.
Phone screen by Hiring Manager then a full day onsite.
developers were not in the office et so the hiring manager did the interview he usually said he does last first. He asked a design question to design slack and a bunch of open ended question like, what do you know about testing or security and how do you speed up a website.
Then there was interview with a JS developer, asked very JS specific questions. What is hoisting, what is the difference between var and let.
3rd interview was with a CSS developer, and asked many css specific questions for example how would you organize your css files, what are media queries etc..
Last interview was with two php developers and they just asked my behavioural questions, like why Myplanet or how do you work in teams. When i asked them the same question like why have you stayed with Myplanet for 3 years I got very bad answers ( the answer was he didn't want to be there anymore in an indirect way)
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