Recruiters are on top of things. Interview process was very straightforward and you could tell they were very interested in good fit with the team.
We'll send you over 100 of the most common coding interview questions, once a day with visual explanations. Join over 16,323 users who are doubling their salaries in 30 minutes a day. All subscribers get a free 86-page preview PDF with a week of study material.
Note: ensure you read the disclaimer on the previous page reading the accuracy and sourcing of these problems.
This information was sourced from reviews originally posted on Glassdoor.
Great engineering culture: There is a broad assumption of positive intent. Trust within and between teams.
There are quiet a few, the three most important to me are trust, transparency, and love. People here love what they do, and are always jumping in to do their best everyday and be a part of strong teams. Transparency with employees and customers is always considered, and I'm trusted to come in and do my job every day without micromanagement.
The path forward is starting to materialize with a new CEO and executive suite at the helm, with (seemingly) a lot of opportunity for innovation and career growth within the company.
Super remote-friendly, fast paced, lots of engineering challenges. Using a cool tech stack, cool architecture. Lots of opportunity for advancement. Very strong interview/onboarding process, upper-tier (not quite FAANG but still extremely good) compensation/benefits. Managers, mine at least, are vested in helping their direct reports succeed in their careers, get promoted, etc. Very supportive environment.
Hover over to see average compensation details. This data was sourced from submissions at levels.fyi.