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    Former Intern - Machine Learning Engineer Intern in San Francisco, CA (US)
    Former Intern - Machine Learning Engineer Intern in San Francisco, CA (US)
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    I worked at Twitter as an intern (Less than a year)


    The culture of the company is great!


    I cannot think about any major cons

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    Senior Test Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in San Francisco, CA (US)
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Difficult Interview


    I applied online. I interviewed at Twitter (San Francisco, CA (US)) in September 2020.


    So I reached our to HR via linkedin and got there email and sent the recruiter. I was luckily and got in touch in the knick of time. I cleared the HR talk. Then it's 3 stages.

    Stage 1: Manager, moderately technical phone interview for 25-30 mins
    Stage 2: Team member, very technical interview for 45 mins
    Stage 3: Is a 3 hour event with multiple members of the team again.

    I didn't do well in stage one as my mind wasn't in the right place that day. I have left a transcript of every single question I got in the interview right here in the interview questions section, it was over 30 questions asked.

    Interview Questions

    • 1. Tell me a little about yourself
      a. Where are you working
      b. What are you working on?
      c. What you’re looking for in your next role
      2. Tell me when you were hired at your current place of employment, what was the role you we’re hired for?
      3. How many projects have you worked on at your current role?
      4. Tell me about the Framework you have been currently using?
      5. What has your involvement been in the development of the framework?
      6. When you joined your current company did the frame work exist or no?
      a. Is yes, how did you determine the framework you are currently using is the best option?
      7. In a regular day what is your percentage split in time as a tester between manual and automation?
      8. Give a chance would you like to work as a developer?
      9. What do you like about being in testing?
      10. What according to you is a good test frame work in general? (since you’ve already built one.
      11. What other test frameworks do you have experience with?
      12. What has been your mobile testing experience?
      13. What do you like Appium?
      14. What do you not like about Appium?
      15. What platform did you use Appium for?
      16. What factor would you consider if you had to design a new automation framework? Factor meaning, if your building a new framework; what things need to be considered in R&D?
      17. How do you define quality what is quality to you?
      18. How would measure quality if the customer hasn’t seen the product?
      19. What are you looking for in your next role?
      20. Why are you looking for a new role?
      21. Why would our company be the one?
      22. What is your preferred language to code in?
      23. What is your dev experience? Is it only Front end or do you have back end experience as well?
      24. Going back to that framework, so it has been built. Now time has passed. (Give one or two examples of the journey)
      a. Over the years what enhancements or improvements would you make?
      b. How would those improvements be made?
      c. How exactly would they be carried out?
      d. Why those improvements?
      e. What are the challenges you face when building this framework?
      f. How did you overcome those challenges?
      g. What did the final product look like?   1 Answer
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