I have been working at Huddle full-time (More than 3 years)
Everyone here is really friendly and passionate about their work. The company has innovation time to allow developers to pick their projects to do and take responsibility for it. The company to open to new technologies and you to get work with some of the best architects in the industry including the Ian Cooper who is one of the best speakers in testing and microservices.
Honestly not much, the company has some legacy code which needs remodelling but there has been a big drive in the last two years to fix and deprecate it. Employees get share options but not much now
Advice to Management
You've got great people working here and it's really good you listen to them and provide opportunities where you can. Keep being open to change and don't be afraid to drop 'process' for efficiency
The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Huddle.
A technical phone interview ~15 mins with a senior developer, then asked to come in. Told the interview would be ~3 hours and consist of discussions and a test with JS/CSS/HTML
Had a walk around the office then, a 1hr meeting with 3 managers, focusing on team fit and general CV questions (what was learned/how the candidate faired in previous positions). Next a 1hr pair programming task refactoring some JS. Then back into a meeting room for a further 1hr interview with 1 manager, the senior developer from the phone call and the developer who took the pair programming task, focusing on technical details.
If you get asked if you want a drink, take one as it is a long process!