- Kultur & Werte
- Vergütung & Zusatzleistungen
Ich habe in Vollzeit bei Automotive Artificial Intelligence gearbeitet (Weniger als ein Jahr)
- Really interesting product
- Nice colleagues
- Horrible management
- Waterfall development
- Christmas present was a pot of honey
- No salary adjustments
- Constant firefighting
- Teamleaders work 16h/day + nearly every weekend to fix software to at least be able to start
- No home office possible
- Restricted access to code repos
- "Teams" are formed by development domains - Python, C++, Unity
- Standups look more like military reporting
- Super loud and hot office
Ich habe mich online beworben. Der Vorgang dauerte 2 Wochen. Vorstellungsgespräch absolviert im März 2019 bei Automotive Artificial Intelligence (Berlin).
After I sent in my application, a Python coding challenge was received. Overall 14 python questions, 4 'advanced' questions, and 2 practical exercises in 60 minutes. For the python questions (Warning: This is Python 2.7), one can easily use their own IDE for getting the result. However, I chose not to and answered them to the best of my knowledge. Overall, they contain regular expressions, tricky logic operators, operations, etc. The test was easy and doable but given the amount of tasks in 1 hour, which mostly tested general python knowledge, I could safely classify it as a pile of garbage. The variable names in the practical challenge were set by a complete idiot, without regard to any good practices whatsoever. The python questions themselves were completely useless and are absolutely not going to be predictive of job success in their current format.
To sum up, this test was a joke. I am very glad and fortunate that I didn't pass it.