Flutter Entertainment Overview

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  • www.flutter.com
  • Dublin, Ireland
  • 5001 to 10000 Employees
  • Company - Private
  • Unknown / Non-Applicable

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Flutter Entertainment Reviews

4.3
83%
Recommend to a Friend
5.0
Current Employee

"Great place to work at"

May 17, 2022 - Anonymous Employee
Recommends
Positive Outlook

Pros

Excellent benefits, generous rewards, a company that provides room for career progression and they care about your well-being

Cons

Duplicated roles that can be confusing
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Diversity & Inclusion at Flutter Entertainment

4.2
(116 reviews)

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Flutter Entertainment Interviews

Experience
Positive75%
Negative13%
Neutral13%
Getting an Interview
Applied online67%
Recruitment Agency33%
Difficulty
2.6
Average
HardAverageEasy

  1. Graduate Developer Interview

    Anonymous Employee in London, England
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview
    Application

    I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Flutter Entertainment (London, England) in Mar 2022

    Interview

    Introduction through recruitment service.

    1st stage: online coding test through *“dev skiller”
    - I provided my choice of language in advance through the recruiter, you could choose between JS, Ruby, Java (I chose JS)
    - 4 easy short questions testing your knowledge of JS inbuilt functions.
    - 1 harder long question requiring multiple steps, and manipulating data from external files. The logic involved in solving it wasn’t too tough, just took time to implement everything.

    It’s recommended to finish within 1.5 hours, but a total of 3 hours is given. I spent over the 1.5 due to debugging small mistakes and typos, but seems they didn’t mind as I proceeded to the next stage.

    * The “dev skiller” platform was super janky, the function to run tests was very slow, and layout was clunky compared to other providers. The platform even recommended to download the files on your local machine and complete the problem there to speed things up. I think it’s less headache to just complete it on-platform and deal with the slow code execution since so much time is given to complete the test.

    ~ email within a few days inviting me to next stage

    2nd stage: Culture Interview
    - 1 hour through zoom with two interviewers
    - introductions and competency based questions
    - nice interviewers, gave me a good impression of the company and people

    ~ email within a few days inviting me to next stage

    3rd stage: Technical Interview

    Part 1: Pair programming
    - easy / medium level leetcode style questions
    - 2 or 3 problems;: I guess they continue giving you questions as time allows
    - there was a little confusion at the beginning where they asked if I’d be completing it in Java. I mentioned I’d opted for JS, they seemed a little confused but let me proceed in JS and helped me set up the coding platform accordingly.
    - Interviewers were very kind and were helpful if you made a typo, but debugging logic errors were up to me, they gave feedback and advice on more efficient ways I could solve the problems in the future
    - best prep for this would be to keep up your practice on leetcode/equivalent platform

    Part 2: Technical Discussion
    - 2 new interviewers joined the zoom, and the 2 coding challenge ones left
    - Academic theoretical style questions on Java, OOP, FP, multi threaded code, sql vs no sql, pros, cons, best use cases of all of that
    - I didn’t know A LOT of the programming theory questions, most of my answers were shallow, interviewer didn’t seem satisfied by my answers (which I honestly couldn’t blame them for), I just continued to answer what I could and then admit that I didn’t know a lot of stuff. I felt maybe my experience/level was not communicated properly to the company and between interviewers, and felt a bit bad that maybe all parties’ time had been wasted. It ended, and I wrote it off as some good live coding practice and general interview experience.

    ~ email on the same day notifying me of an offer

    - I was super excited but a little confused; considering how the last stage had went, I wasn’t expecting to hear back let alone get an offer. I asked for some time to think, and weigh it up with other positions, which they were fine with. In the end, other than the last “intense” discussion, it was overall an immensely positive experience, so the next day I notified them of my acceptance!
    Interview

    Just prepare for common competency / situational questions.

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Flutter Entertainment FAQ

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Does Flutter Entertainment offer an employee assistance or workplace counselling program?

...Very helpful and caring managers, care for the employee from any point of view, good salaries and benefits....

January 25, 2021

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