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Perguntas de entrevista da Udacity

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    Entrevista para Head

    Candidato confidencial à entrevista em São Paulo, São Paulo
    Nenhuma oferta
    Experiência positiva
    Entrevista difícil

    Candidatura

    Candidatei-me online. O processo levou uma semana. Fui entrevistado pela Udacity (São Paulo, São Paulo) em novembro de 2017.

    Entrevista

    Entrevista foi conduzida por video com duração de 30 minutos direto pelo hiring manager. Não teve uma etapa com RH. Dava a impressão que o entrevistador tinha uma série de entrevistas na sequencia e que ele estava seguindo um roteiro de perguntas e fazendo a avaliação apenas tomando notas ou utlizando uma plataforma durante a entrevista.

    Perguntas de entrevista

    • Descrever uma situação difícil que vivenciei no trabalho.   2 respostas

  2. Útil (1)  

    Entrevista para Product Marketing Manager

    Candidato confidencial à entrevista em São Paulo, São Paulo
    Nenhuma oferta
    Experiência positiva
    Entrevista normal

    Candidatura

    Candidatei-me online. O processo levou mais de uma semana. Fui entrevistado na Udacity (São Paulo, São Paulo).

    Entrevista

    O processo foi via Skype, super rápido e amigável! Após os questionamentos básicos, foi solicitado uma conversa em inglês, devido a necessidade da vaga e pelo fato da matriz ficar fora do país.

    Perguntas de entrevista

    • Não teve uma pergunta cabulosa, todas coerentes. Apenas um espaço livre para falar o que você quiser em Inglês e nesse momento você trava e fica pensando o que seria legal falar,sendo que anteriormente já contou tudo sobre a vida profissional.   1 resposta
  3. Útil (2)  

    Entrevista para Analista De Marketing

    Candidato confidencial à entrevista em São Paulo, São Paulo
    Nenhuma oferta
    Experiência positiva
    Entrevista normal

    Candidatura

    Candidatei-me por meio de uma agência de recrutamento. O processo levou uma semana. Fui entrevistado na Udacity (São Paulo, São Paulo).

    Entrevista

    Rápido, claro e eficiente. Não fui selecionada, mas a recrutadora conduziu uma boa entrevista, foi pontual e deu retorno pouco tempo depois, sem enrolação.

    Perguntas de entrevista

    • Achei interessante ela ter perguntado sobre o meu maior desafio e a minha maior conquista profissional. Deu a chance de mostrar um pouco do meu trabalho e dos resultados alcançados, além da simples descrição das minha funções.   Responder à pergunta

  4. Útil (1)  

    Entrevista para Software Engineer

    Candidato confidencial à entrevista
    Nenhuma oferta
    Experiência negativa
    Entrevista fácil

    Candidatura

    Candidatei-me online. O processo levou 4 semanas. Fui entrevistado na Udacity.

    Entrevista

    I don't actually know, they spent 4 weeks endlessly rescheduling my first interview at the last minute. I finally gave up and withdrew my application as in that time I had completed the entire interview process at their competitor, Thinkful.

    Perguntas de entrevista


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    Entrevista para Software Engineer

    Candidato confidencial à entrevista
    Nenhuma oferta
    Experiência positiva
    Entrevista normal

    Candidatura

    Candidatei-me online. Fui entrevistado na Udacity.

    Entrevista

    Applied online and got a request for a video interview a couple months later. The interviewer was clear and helpful. It was my first technical interview and it was definitely a positive learning experience. Would definitely reapply in the future.

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    Entrevista para Software Engineer

    Candidato confidencial à entrevista
    Nenhuma oferta
    Experiência positiva
    Entrevista normal

    Candidatura

    Candidatei-me de outra forma. Fui entrevistado na Udacity.

    Entrevista

    I was remote so after a chat with the recruiter, I had a remote coding interview with one of the engineers I might work with. That was actually a very good experience. I felt like I would enjoy working with the dev in the future. Then I was scheduled for an onsite interview. Udacity moved quickly, and within a week I was in their office. I assume there was some administrative error, since the interviewer I was supposed to have was double booked and they had to find a replacement who wasn't ready for me. Ultimately it may not have affected the outcome, but it was the only interview that didn't go well for me, seeing as the interviewer was a little caught off guard by the interview.

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  7. Útil (11)  

    Entrevista para Software Engineer

    Candidato confidencial à entrevista em Mountain View, CA (Estados Unidos da América)
    Nenhuma oferta
    Experiência negativa
    Entrevista fácil

    Candidatura

    Candidatei-me online. Fui entrevistado pela Udacity (Mountain View, CA (Estados Unidos da América)) em junho de 2017.

    Entrevista

    First and foremost, my travel receipts were never refunded. My HR Contact at Udacity still has yet to update me on where my refund is, 7 weeks after my interview mid-June. This is absolutely UNACCEPTABLE and puts more fuel on my already terrible experience with this company, which I will go into now.

    The interview began with two technical phone screens. In both calls, they were nice guys and gave me simple questions to solve in a Coderpad. The first interviewer gave me a question to implement memoize. The second was a guy very similar to Richard from Silicon Valley and he gave me another easy Coderpad which involved parsing a log and outputting averages of numbers. These were questions that a beginner would probably struggle with, but I have 7 years experience and have solved years worth of similar problems on the job. Not going to be humble, I am very well qualified to solve trivial JavaScript problems.

    This was all a positive experience so far and I got the offer to fly out to Mountain View. I fly in fine and arrive at my hotel. The room is 90 degrees and the AC is off, I had to turn it on, there's nothing to eat around the area, so I go to sleep. In the morning I wear a long sleeve shirt and pants and walk to the interview. This was a terrible idea and I am sweating by the time I arrive. Why am I going into all this detail? Because it shows what a candidate has to go through (and what Udacity had to pay for) so that you can talk to me for an hour and then throw my resume in the garbage.

    The A.C. also happens to be broken in the Udacity headquarters. So throughout this process I am covered in sweat. So there's the typical conversation with the HR person and then we get on with the first technical interview. Keep in mind I was never told what I was interviewing for- a full stack role, a frontend, backend, mobile, no one told me anything despite me asking. They were assuring in that they would just decide my role after the fact.

    The first technical interview was the worst. I was to design a comment system like on Reddit. Keep in mind I am a primarily frontend person, but have built many APIs and worked backend my whole career. Yet the interviewer wanted to focus on the backend. I drew out my model on the whiteboard and he would continually would ask long cryptic questions about optimizing the system. He was obviously looking for a very specific answer, and didn't care for my attempts at explaining caching or pagination strategies. This person, I'm sure, is the reason I didn't get the job. He made no attempt to help me or prod me in the right direction. I found him quite pompous and rude.

    The next 3 interviews went extremely well. Two more Coderpad interviews, which I don't mind. The first was implementing a Testing Framework, the next was a Twitter abbreviator. I will explain my solutions below. Both of these problems I blazed through in under 15 minutes each, and solving each until the interviewer had to tell me to stop and strong verbal indications my solutions were goo . The rest of each of those interviews were friendly conversation and I found them very enjoyable to talk to. The last interview was a long design question with a Lead which I also received positive feedback from. Overall, I was confident I got the job.

    I then take a painful overnight flight sitting in a middle seat between two overweight gentlemen, had to sprint to barely make my connection, took an Uber and ended up at home. Not relevant to this interview, I know, but why not do a thorough job interview PRIOR to wasting thousands of their own money as well as causing me to miss a day of consulting work? It would be one thing if I showed up and couldn't code, but I successfully coded all 4 Coderpad interviews. I get paid to code for other people, so this was literally a waste of everyone's time if I didn't get the job.

    I hear back several days later that I did not get the job. I email back and it is their policy not to give any feedback. Then, My HR Contact at Udacity said what was by far the most infuriating part of this entire process: "Thank you, and let's keep the door open!" Anyone who tells a candidate who they just rejected from a job interview without providing ANY feedback "let's keep the door open" is a twisted person. I'm not going through your doors again, Udacity.

    Then of course, as of this writing, I have still not received my refund from my Uber receipts. My HR Contact at Udacity seems to have no sense of urgency in getting back to me on when I will get refunded.

    Perguntas de entrevista

    • Implement Memoize with Coderpad.   2 respostas
    • Write a function on Coderpad that abbreviates a tweet based on a list of Acronyms. example: fn("Be Right Back Mom") = "BRB Mom"   2 respostas
    • Start building a testing framework library on Coderpad to implement assert eqls(add(2))   2 respostas
    • Design a comment system via our whiteboard   1 resposta
    • Parse logs and output average of a list of number.   2 respostas
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    Entrevista para Software Engineer

    Candidato confidencial à entrevista
    Nenhuma oferta
    Experiência positiva
    Entrevista fácil

    Candidatura

    Candidatei-me online. Fui entrevistado pela Udacity em abril de 2017.

    Entrevista

    It was a phone interview with a developer on the team. The process took upto two weeks. It is a resume based interview. Asked about my projects and asked if there is something I am doing besides my academics.

    Perguntas de entrevista

    • what are micro services applications   1 resposta

  9. Útil (1)  

    Entrevista para Software Engineer

    Funcionário confidencial em Mountain View, CA (Estados Unidos da América)
    Oferta aceita
    Experiência positiva
    Entrevista normal

    Candidatura

    Candidatei-me online. O processo levou 5 dias. Fui entrevistado na Udacity (Mountain View, CA (Estados Unidos da América)).

    Entrevista

    Nothing special. A few phone interviews, followed by on-site with 5 people. 4 technical people, 1 cultural fit. Each section is 45 minutes. In the middles there is a lunch break. No questions asked during the break.

    Perguntas de entrevista

    • Various questions about algorithms/data-structure   1 resposta

  10. Útil (6)  

    Entrevista para Software Engineer

    Funcionário confidencial
    Oferta aceita
    Experiência positiva
    Entrevista normal

    Candidatura

    Candidatei-me por indicação de um funcionário. O processo levou 4 dias. Fui entrevistado na Udacity.

    Entrevista

    Had a referral into the company and had interned their previously. Went straight to onsite, which was 5 standard technical/programming interviews over 4 hours. Got an offer within a few days of the onsite. Interviews were pretty organized and had a good chance to ask about the company and meet my potential co-workers. Offer decision was prompt, and compensation was straightforwardly communicated.

    Perguntas de entrevista

    • Write a function to test whether a string has balanced parentheses.   2 respostas

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