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Atlanta, GA
1 to 50 employees
Company - Private
$5 to $10 million (USD) per year
Wintellect was founded by a team of technology experts such as: Jeff Prosise, Jeffrey Richter, and John Robbins, who are renowned in the industry, with the goal of providing the highest level of custom software development, architecture, and training expertise to our ... Read more

Mission: Our Mission: Enabling customers to transform their business through technology.

Core values: Integrity, Collaboration, Technical Excellence, Exceeding Expectations

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    I have been working at Wintellect full-time (Less than a year)


    Working here gives you exposure to all kinds of people and projects. The work is fun and the people are great.


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Wintellect Interviews



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    Anonymous Employee in Atlanta, GA
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    I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Wintellect (Atlanta, GA).


    I went through the "early" Wintellect interview process, which was significantly more informal than what our current applicants experience. After multiple technical interview sessions (several hours each), and a lengthy review of my previous work experience, I was finally made an offer. I happened to already know much of the management and other consultants prior to applying, but the interview process was still quite thorough. They didn't skip anything just out of favor.

    My ability to present a technical topic to an audience was also assessed during the interview process - my interviewers attended a public user group presentation that I delivered during that timeframe.

    Ever since accepting the job with Wintellect, I've been personally involved with improving the interview process itself. As a result, applicants today will still experience the same level of technical depth if we feel that they are up to it, but the process itself is much more formalized and consistent.

    Interview Questions

    • I was asked to elaborate on the internal workings of the .NET memory manager, and then immediately afterward was asked to go into deep detail on some of the finer points of SQL query tuning. And of course then switched topics back again to some very deep aspects of threading in .NET such as volatile / memory barriers and the threadpool mechanics. I think the interviewer was trying to throw me off-balance :)   1 Answer


    I negotiated for pay that was in line with what I was already earning with my current employer, but with increased bonus opportunity and an extra week of PTO time. All of my requests were accepted without further negotiation, and the salary offer was exactly what I was asking for - there was no attempt made to push me to accept a lower salary figure.

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Wintellect Awards & Accolades

  • Inc. 5000 Fastest-Growing Private Companies in America, Inc. Magazine, 2013
  • Wintellect Co-founder to Speak at DevWeek in London, Devweek, 2012

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