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MuleSoft

Candidato de entrevista anónimo

Sin oferta
Experiencia negativa
Entrevista fácil
Solicitud

Me postulé en línea. El proceso tomó 3 semanas. Acudí a una entrevista en MuleSoft en abr 2019

Entrevista

Multiple rounds of back and forth with recruiter with regards to position. They interviewed first time for one position and discovered during interview that I am not eligible for that position !! Next interview for a different position was scheduled after couple of weeks. This time a junior engineer was assigned for phone screen. He asked two basic technical question. One was silly , the other from leetcode. He couldn't articulate first question. Not sure, but seems he was looking for a specific answer verbatim.

Preguntas de entrevistas
  • Leetcode island problem in 2D matrix
    1 respuesta
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MuleSoft

Empleado anónimo en San Francisco, CA

Oferta aceptada
Experiencia negativa
Entrevista fácil
Solicitud

Me postulé a través de otra fuente. Acudí a una entrevista en MuleSoft (San Francisco, CA) en jul 2017

Entrevista

I got here at 9am, but they weren't ready for me, so I had to sit and wait for 40 minutes. I didn't realize the pair-programming session was paired, since the guy was just doing his own work the whole time.

Preguntas de entrevistas
Sé la primera persona en mencionar que esta entrevista es útil

MuleSoft

Candidato de entrevista anónimo en San Francisco, CA

Sin oferta
Experiencia negativa
Entrevista fácil
Solicitud

Me postulé a través de un reclutador. Acudí a una entrevista en MuleSoft (San Francisco, CA) en abr 2017

Entrevista

What other negative reviews say about Mulesoft's interview process is true. Its a really bad, broken process. It was a very long process. Had a call with recruiter first and since interests matched, i was asked to take up their Karat interview. Karat interview was the standard process that everyone else has mentioned about. I was asked about my background first and then was given 4 topics ( Web APIs, Networking/Security, Databases, Performance/testing) and asked to choose 2 topics on which i was asked further questions. This went well. Then i was asked the standard matrix question that many have mentioned about. Finding rectangles of 1's surrounded by 0's. This went well as well and i was asked to come onsite. The onsite consisted of 4 rounds. First one with Hiring manager which was behavioral, second was white boarding with en engineer whose questions were pretty vague and he didn't seem to understand what exactly he was expecting, third one was a coding exercise which i finished and fourth one was a behavioral with the head of engineering. There was another final round with the chief product officer as well. All the interviews went well and i was told an offer would be made soon and the recruiter was working on it. But then i get a last min call saying they have decided to not make an offer. The reasons given were very vague, something about the company being data driven so it was always looking to re-evaluate candidates. Then why go through the entire process in the first place? This company's interview process is broken really badly as pointed out by many others here in glassdoor and they are losing out on genuinely good and interested candidates because of that. This my first glass door review ever and the only reason i'm writing this is to make sure people know what they are getting into when interviewing with this company. They change their minds very often and have a very slow, fickle, annoying interview process.

Preguntas de entrevistas
A 5 personas les resultó útil esta entrevista

MuleSoft

Candidato de entrevista anónimo en San Francisco, CA

Sin oferta
Experiencia negativa
Entrevista promedio
Solicitud

Me postulé a través de un reclutador. El proceso tomó 8 semanas. Acudí a una entrevista en MuleSoft (San Francisco, CA) en ene 2017

Entrevista

The slowest interview process that I have ever experienced. Not only that, I could tell that they are intentionally delaying the process. I had 4 rounds of interviews with them, the last one was with the CTO who spoke with me as if I haven't been interviewed at all (not very pleasant). Yes, it is the same CTO other negative reviews mention (I had read up on glassdoor before my interview). The full process must have taken several months. The folks were generally nice but it didn't seem like they thought they had enough say in the hiring process. After the onsite when a couple weeks had passed without them even getting in touch with me (and after having gone through their glassdoor reviews), I had made up my mind that I would not say Yes even if they had a great offer. After making me wait several more weeks and stringing me along by sending an email or so every couple of weeks they finally said No. The reason given was that they went with another person who they had interviewed and they said Yes. What a waste of time! An Oh btw, they had asked about my previous managers for a reference check which I was told that they had half hour calls with, what employer has that kind of time to be giving such elaborate references on such long phone calls. A word of advice, be considerate for others' time.

Preguntas de entrevistas
  • I was asking to build a shell script which executes a number of performance tests on an application to find issues/bottlenecks in the application.
A 4 personas les resultó útil esta entrevista

MuleSoft

Candidato de entrevista anónimo

Sin oferta
Experiencia negativa
Solicitud

Acudí a una entrevista en MuleSoft

Entrevista

They where interested in my profile, but we could not even arrange a meeting. I have been crossing emails along two weeks or more with a HR representative due to this: - Arranged a meeting 10 days after the contact because the representative has been busy. - Tried to force a date from the days I couldn't get the call (and actually find out that it was a call just with the mail forcing the date). - After accepting it, another reschedule aiming to the next week. I finally declined. I'm looking for a company which cares for their employees, and this was clearly a bad indicator.

A 2 personas les resultó útil esta entrevista

MuleSoft

Candidato de entrevista anónimo

Sin oferta
Experiencia negativa
Entrevista promedio
Solicitud

Me postulé a través de un reclutador. El proceso tomó 1 semana. Acudí a una entrevista en MuleSoft en ago 2016

Entrevista

Had 2 Tech Phones screens. During both the calls, I was asked to talk about my current job/role to being with. And, then was asked to solve a coding question. I had to RUN the code on the Online IDE tool. The questions were of medium difficulty, but I could get to the working solutions with at least 10-15 minutes to spare. The interviewers were happy with the solution as well. However, after a couple of days i get an email saying that "I am not a fit" for the role they were hiring for. Infact, I never had applied to this company, they had approached me sighting that they LIKED my background and were interesting in talking to me !!! They don't respect candidate's time. It was such a WASTE of time. The recruiting team told me that they would get back to within a week with the actually reason for not proceeding my candidacy - but, no one bothered to reply back! Very unprofessional to say the least.

Preguntas de entrevistas
  • - Find out all the overlapping intervals when given 2 lists of intervals. - A question related to 2D Arrays of 0's and 1's
A 2 personas les resultó útil esta entrevista

MuleSoft

Candidato de entrevista anónimo en Buenos Aires

Sin oferta
Experiencia positiva
Entrevista difícil
Solicitud

Me postulé a través de un reclutador. El proceso tomó 3 semanas. Acudí a una entrevista en MuleSoft (Buenos Aires) en jun 2016

Entrevista

I was approached by a recruiter on Linkedin, very gracious introduction to the opportunities based on my experience, the recruiter was very professional. There were 3 initial interviews, two by phone, one video conferencing. between 1 1/2 hour each. General background, goals, interests. Interviewers were professional and polite, but kept it casual which was nice. Technical Interview (coding interview actually) was a 2 hours, live video recording session, I should note, this company focuses on live programming interviewing on the Karat platform, the exercises were algorithmic in nature, something that a recent Graduate will be great for, but there is not much prepared for Senior/Principal level engineers. As a recommendation, to this employer. It would be nice to have an interviewer for the programming interview who is Senior/Principal Technical Fellow, for the same level candidate. And prepare actual macro infrastructure, management and release cycle along with the pure technical coding interview, since Senior/Principal level, as well as experienced engineers forgot about basic algorithm (the ones they use in the interview), in favor of actual useful and memorized and use more complex ones in production distributed software. I was interviewed by a young person, literally from his dorm, constant interruptions, and loud music from outside the room. Not a big deal, but it gets annoying after a while.

Preguntas de entrevistas
  • What is the time complexity of Binary Search
  • Given three numbers x, y and p, compute (xy) % p. How would you solve the given problem? constrains: avoid overflow, solve in three tries or less
  • How to write an efficient method to calculate x raise to the power n, implement test method as well
  • Given a number n, print all primes smaller than or equal to n. It is also given that n is a small number.
  • Given an array of size n with range of numbers from 1 to n+1. The array doesn’t contain any duplicate, one number is missing, find the missing number.
A 2 personas les resultó útil esta entrevista

MuleSoft

Candidato de entrevista anónimo en San Francisco, CA

Sin oferta
Experiencia negativa
Entrevista promedio
Solicitud

Me postulé a través de un reclutador. El proceso tomó 2 meses. Acudí a una entrevista en MuleSoft (San Francisco, CA) en dic 2015

Entrevista

The CEO is the hiring manager. Let me explain. Here's the interview process: 0. You get in contact with the company (a recruiter contacted me). 1. Phone coding interview 2. Onsite technical interview with engineers 3. If you pass round 2, then on a separate day (after your interviewers from round 2 talk about you), 1:1 with VP or CTO or similar, and then the CEO. The interview process started off really well. I enjoyed my technical interviews (phone coding session, then 2 separate onsite sessions. This was my first serious technical interview in over 8 years (I stayed at my first company for 8 years) and so of course, I was a little tense. But I made it to the 3rd round and had very pleasant talks with the VPE and CEO. After that, the Sr. Eng Manager contacted my 3 references, all of whom gave me a good word. (One of my references contacted me after his call with the Eng Mgr and said the Eng Mgr was ready to hire me, basically.) The holidays happened, then the new year. Recruiter tells me that the offer was written up and waiting for the CEO to sign off on it. A week goes by, no word. Recruiter tells me that the Sr. Eng Mgr was going to meet with the CEO to discuss and find out what happened. Another week goes by. Finally, I call my recruiter and ask what happened in the meeting. (I already had a feeling the CEO vetoed the offer, since this interview process went long already.) The recruiter said that my offer was declined, even after Sr. Eng Mgr and recruiter tried to rework numbers. The reason? One of my interviewers said that he asked a question that I didn't seem to quite understand, and he said he phrased it weirdly in a way he didn't do before. Sr. Eng Mgr said the engineer was blaming himself, but CEO took issue with that (toward me) and asked the engineer if he had asked a question and anyone ever misunderstood him before. The answer was no. So then, I was basically then categorized as "a good, solid developer, but not a good hire". The recruiter said that was the one piece of feedback that he "was able to get". So here's what I take away: 1. If I made it so far into the interview process that the CEO wanted to interview me, then pursue references, why would he change his mind at the last minute when signing my offer? It wasn't like I was asking for $500k. 2. The CEO harps over and over about culture, culture, culture. Just google his name and read all his interviews. Now read through all the other reviews about this company, both good and bad. Judge for yourself whether you want to work for this company now. 3. I am female. Did that have anything to play into the veto? i.e. it made me "not a good hire"? This is not a case of sour grapes, like "Boo hoo, I failed at interviewing and now I hate the company because they didn't give me an offer". I have gotten several rejections during my job search and I feel nothing about it -- I plan to re-apply to those companies. This however, has been the best and worst interview experience for me. Best, because I know what to look out for, and worst, because, well, now you know my little story.

Preguntas de entrevistas
  • They asked about stuff I worked on. The CEO goes back to the beginning of your resume, like what was your GPA (even though it was 10+ years ago for me), why did you stay at X company this long, etc.
A 16 personas les resultó útil esta entrevista

MuleSoft

Candidato de entrevista anónimo en San Francisco, CA

Sin oferta
Experiencia negativa
Entrevista promedio
Solicitud

Me postulé en línea. El proceso tomó 2 meses. Acudí a una entrevista en MuleSoft (San Francisco, CA) en sep 2015

Entrevista

Several long phone interviews, then an all-day on-site interview, then a take-home coding challenge. I found they had not really looked at my code. I have a master’s degree in CS and about 20 years of experience. And even though I “certainly wasn’t a bad fit”, they decided to “move forward with an internal referral candidate”. Evidently the decision was based more on office politics, and someone just wanting a referral bonus.

Preguntas de entrevistas
A 5 personas les resultó útil esta entrevista

MuleSoft

Candidato de entrevista anónimo en San Francisco, CA

Oferta rechazada
Experiencia positiva
Entrevista promedio
Solicitud

Me postulé a través de una recomendación de un empleado El proceso tomó 2 semanas. Acudí a una entrevista en MuleSoft (San Francisco, CA) en sep 2015

Entrevista

The process was streamlined. 2 technical interviews, 3 non-technical. It can be done in one day but in my case we split in more time (CTO and VP of Engineering were off-lined). We exchanged a couple of emails with the recruiter trying to come up with a a date we both could do it, so all in everything was smooth. I don't know if this is because I'm an internal referral and therefore they gave me higher priority.

Preguntas de entrevistas
  • Simulation of a game, with specific algorithmic rules, and an program to verify the solution
A 4 personas les resultó útil esta entrevista
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