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I have been working at Audio Analytic full-time (Less than a year)
At Audio Analytic you can fully apply your skills to solve challenging technical problems. You would be working with a very competent group of people (who are also really nice and enthusiastic about what they do). Audio Analytic is creating cutting-edge sound recognition technology. Perfect place for audio lovers.
Management listens to the teams and makes improvements based on their needs.
Of course, you will not find the same resources as in a big company, but we improve every day thanks to everyone's contribution.
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Audio Analytic (Cambridge, East of England, England) in February 2015.
The first step was a multiple choice questionnaire (not timed): Questions regarding C programming, data types, and some basic algorithms.
The second step was a coding test: Implement a K-means clustering algorithm in C and submit the source code. The algorithm was already described, but the test was to take data input from a file, cluster it and output another file with the corresponding cluster assignment for each data point in the input file
The third step was a face to face interview: Talk about previous experience and some technical and logical questions.