THE twitter coding INTERVIEW
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what are people saying about working at Twitter?
In general, there seems to be a strong company-wide sense of inclusion and empathy, which really makes Twitter stand out.
Solving problems at the scale of Twitter is a good challenge for any engineer.
Amazing team support and work life balance. Good growth across technical aspects and soft skills as you move up the ladder.
There are frequent re-organizations (every 4-6 months?), and while you learn to roll with the punches, it makes it difficult to plan out longer term projects, since staffing & priorities end up changing.
Management clearly way more focused on shipping new products than updating critical outdated infrastructure or even supporting employees careers.
The velocity of the work might be a little slow. But this is of course very team dependent
“For your technical challenges and onsite technical interviews, you should make sure you are well-prepared by practicing problems and timing yourself.”
“Once you go onsite, you will also have behavioral interviews. It's important to do your research on company values and our mission as they will be brought up."
what twitter employees have to say about interviewing
*All quotes obtained from Twitter
What you can expect in the twitter interview
“2 rounds. 1st was technical, 2nd was split into 3 different sections. 2 more technical and 1 behavioral. The interviewers were super nice and understanding. I have no complaints about how the interview process went.”
“I was then interviewed by a Software Engineer II from the bay area on Hackerrank but they just use it as an IDE and come up with their own question on the spot.”
WHAT ARE PEOPLE SAYING ABOUT twitter’S INTERVIEW?
*All quotes obtained from Glassdoor
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