Great mentor. Friendly people. Encouraged to learn. Work is interesting and challenging. Small office and start up environment encourages cooperation.
Small and simple office with shared computer benches. Not a lot of communication between offices. Not too much communication between projects.
I applied through college or university. I interviewed at Stottler Henke Associates in October 2014.
Met at campus career fair. After about a month, got an email to set up phone screen with a company representative. After a quick chat, set up another phone call with their director of engineering. Discussion was mostly about my resume, and a few behavioral questions. He expressed apprehension that I didn't have enough experience with CS fundamentals (and didn't ask any technical questions where I could demonstrate them) . Mind you, I am graduating in both math and CS from a great university with a great GPA and have experience coding on other projects outside of the classroom, not to mention I've done grad level coursework in AI and machine learning, which this company supposedly does. But he said they'd move forward with me and that they would send a coding challenge to me within a couple days to get a code sample. It's been 3 weeks and I can only assume they changed their minds and forgot to notify me. It's not a big deal because I got an offer that's more competitive than anything Stottler Henke would likely offer me, but it's a bit unprofessional to move me along in the interview process and then forget about me.
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