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LoyaltyOne Toronto, ON (Canada) Reviews

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    Former Intern - Data Scientist in Toronto, ON (Canada)
    Former Intern - Data Scientist in Toronto, ON (Canada)
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    I worked at LoyaltyOne as an intern

    Pros

    Nice people, casual environment, great culture

    Cons

    Slow and out-dated tech, no exciting project

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LoyaltyOne Toronto, ON (Canada) Salaries

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    Senior DevOps Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Toronto, ON (Canada)
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    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied through a recruiter. The process took a week. I interviewed at LoyaltyOne (Toronto, ON (Canada)) in March 2020.

    Interview

    They proposed a challenge. All the guys in the DevOps team are very very white dudes and looks like that team has not women or minorities on it. The expectations of the team is that you have every technical detail ready on top of your mind. The difficulty of the challenge is overlook, meaning that presenting a good resolution to the challenge is not important to the team. Also looks like their expectation is that you spend some money deploying their challenge in an ecosystem that resembles theirs. The mindset and the tone during the whole interview was very "white Canadian" mindset .. you know what i mean..!

    Interview Questions

    • The Challenge

      Create an internet-facing web service accepting a single word and deriving all possible anagrams.

      Guidelines

      1. Base the solution on a platform and language you are familiar with.
      2. Ensure that the solution is developed using a source control system.
      3. Provide adequate tests demonstrating that the solution is complete and correct.
      4. Utilize a mechanism for deploying the solution to the platform.
      5. Confirm that the solution is secured appropriately for public consumption.

      Follow-Up Discussion Items

      As part of the solution review, we’ll discuss the following items:

      1. A minor change in requirements will be proposed. Make the necessary changes, check-in the code and deploy.
      2. Describe how this solution might be monitored on a production platform, what are the key items to track?
      3. Your solution receives a ‘social media hug’ resulting in a sudden increase in utilization, how might you respond to this situation?   1 Answer
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