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Tampa, FL
1 to 50 employees
Company - Private
Computer Hardware & Software
Unknown / Non-Applicable
Sourcetoad Development Studio builds world-class, cross-platform applications. Our technologies allow our clients to publish apps for the web, mobile phones, desktops, kiosks, smart TVs, and even wearables — all using the same development team. This means faster ... Read more

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  • "Best First Job Out of College"

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    Former Employee - Software Engineer in Tampa, FL
    Former Employee - Software Engineer in Tampa, FL
    Positive Outlook

    I worked at Sourcetoad full-time (Less than a year)


    Small staff size makes for a personable environment
    Experienced, and locally acknowledged, senior staff
    All the beer and snacks you can ask for
    Company is actively involved in the community
    The "Start up" feel


    Management slightly lags behind due to large business growth

    Advice to Management

    I think a little growth on your staff end is soon to be needed to keep up with the problems that can occur when a small company is on the rise.

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Sourcetoad Interviews



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    Software Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Tampa, FL
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview


    I applied online. I interviewed at Sourcetoad (Tampa, FL) in December 2015.


    After submitting the online form consisting of basic resume questions, I was contacting by Sourcetoad not more than 48 hours later with a link to take an online PHP test. This was not a right/wrong test, but free text boxes over some common PHP questions anyone would encounter working in the field before or would most likely know if they worked in PHP in any hobby project sense.

    After completing the online test, I was contacted a few days later again for a more in depth phone call to see if I was able to come into the office for a half day interview. The interview started off in the conference room with some of the senior staff and turned into just explaining some of the projects found in my portfolio (GitHub). The interview went well spending a half a day with the team allowing myself to sit down with the current employees and ask questions. Lunch was provided to spend time with the group outside the setting of the office.

    While there, a laptop was provided to take a 3 question test. These questions went from easy to hard to gauge the knowledge of PHP and I'm sure is slightly different among the different languages. It was slightly nerve racking working on a live environment on technology and IDEs that I was not used too, however the first two questions were very easy to answer and write snippets of code to resolve. The 3rd question stumped me, which I learned after being hired was used to help determine senior vs regular software engineer.

    Interview Questions

    • Q: Define the cache system to serve the most users on a small server?   1 Answer
    • Q: Write the code to sort this multi depth array on any key value provided   1 Answer
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