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True open source mentality (most of the work is contributed upstream), fully remote and async, very high quality team -- and nice people!
Achieving what is expected can be challenging, especially at the beginning while learning everything, so it's better to have in mind that it will be a significant effort. It's possible to get to a good pace though - most people who pass the trial period end up staying for a very long time.
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I applied online. The process took 1 week. I interviewed at OpenCraft (Brazil) in Jun 2020
InterviewThe process consisted of an interview and also curriculum and github evaluation.
The interview had questions and a coding exercise, which was simple. Despite being a very smooth process, the job offer shows the precariousness of the vacancy and how the company may have loopholes so as not to pay in the said 'trial period'Interview
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