I have been working at Audio Analytic full-time (Less than a year)
- People are all really nice
- Job provides a good technical challenge
- You get to take responsibility, be involved in decision and own the work you do
- Table football league
There are not parking spaces for everyone at the office.
Advice to Management
Keep doing what you are doing!
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.
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