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vintprox2575350dIs that so? Then take every opportunity to ask, but don't look like a spy :)
Hey, good company shows itself on your fingertips. You didn't mention the specialization of the firm, but I guess you are going to know it soon.
Ask about salary near by the end of interview. I guess you can take a lot of intelligence from Joshua Fluke's channel on Youtube and get additional help in his discord server.
uziiuzair11072350d@vintprox from the snooping around I have done, they're a digital agency. The department I would be joining is Web Development. I was invited to apply as the team lead.
I actually passed the "first screening" which was them asking a few questions (including salary expectations). After which they invited me for an interview.
I'll check out the Youtube channel, thank you for that!! :)
Demolishun12085350dAsk about future of your role. I was interviewed and they wanted to push me into management role where I would eventually no longer code. I would supervise people that do. That did not interest me at all.
I work at a diff company now and my manager is owner/manager/coder/elec engineer. So I know they won't try and take coding away.
SortOfTested24503350dDefinitely do not ask how what the ratio of men to corporate prostitutes are. Unless you do so in a borat accent and record it.
Probably don't do that
jiraTicket1007349d* How does the team plan their tasks?
* Are devs encouraged to come up with new tasks and be creative?
* Which teams do the devs collaborate with the most?
* Strategy for testing and releasing new features
* How do you evaluate happiness and performance among customers and the team?