Mission: We’re replatforming to create the Ocado Smart Platform. This is a blend of our scalable, modular hardware for building automated warehouses matched with our latest cloud software platform.
Retailers around the world will use this new platform ...
I worked at Ocado Technology full-time (More than a year)
It's a big company, despite that the work environment is very good, more like a small startup. A good level of freedom in the own work and a good work organisation.
The salary is too low and it's not in London but just outside, at Hatfield.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Ocado Technology (Hatfield, East of England, England) in April 2015.
Step 1 - Phone interview with an external recruiter
Step 2 - Online assessment Java test. Three problems in 100 minutes via codility.com testing platform. Easy to medium difficulty.
Step 3 - On site assessment day. Two test, 45 minutes each, one aptitude test and one standard Java test (Linked list). If you pass the morning session you will have one (or more) face-to-face interview(s) with some dev leader.
Step 4 - Final fate-to-face blackboard technical interview with at least two dev leader and a manager.
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