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Roman Permalink
July 26, 2013, 13:39

The interview process is just fine. One or two phone screens, for obvious reasons, to avoid wasting time of 4-5 engineers onsite. Then a day of interviews onsite, which is pretty standard. Generally, they'll make the decision after that, or, in borderline cases, they might ask for another interview. I went through it, and I thought every interviewer was respectful and competent. The whole process may take a few weeks, or months, but if you're patient and not in a hurry, it's a positive experience.

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Frank Riese Permalink
October 11, 2016, 23:10

Right. This process is not very different from Microsoft, Amazon, or Facebook - all of which I have been through. The biggest difference is that kind of questions and a certain kind of vibe that I get from Google engineers that somehow feels distinct. It's hard to describe.

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