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    « Amazing people, culture/dna, no politics, On a mission! »

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    Je travaille chez Backbase à plein temps (Moins d'un an)

    Avantages

    Company vision (Real & Meaningful, Human centric mission)
    Amazing Multicultural environment
    So many training and learning opportunities
    No Politics (almost :)
    Casual, Young & Fun

    Inconvénients

    No major ones so far

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Offres d'emploi chez Backbase à Amsterdam (Pays-Bas)

salaires Backbase Amsterdam (Pays-Bas)

Salaires en € (EUR)
Moyenne
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62 787 € par an
54k €
70k €
62 787 € par an
54k €
70k €
4 126 € par mois
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4 126 € par mois
3k €
5k €
5 468 € par mois
5k €
7k €
5 468 € par mois
5k €
7k €

Entretiens - Backbase à Amsterdam (Pays-Bas)

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Expérience
64%
8%
28%

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15%
12%
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3,0
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Difficulté

Difficile
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Facile
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    Entretien de Java Architect

    Candidat à l'entretien anonyme - Amsterdam (Pays-Bas)
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    Expérience négative
    Difficulté moyenne

    Candidature

    J'ai postulé en ligne. Le processus a pris 2 jours. J'ai passé un entretien à Backbase (Amsterdam (Pays-Bas)) en mars 2015.

    Entretien

    Recently I tried to apply for the Java Solutions Architect position at Backbase :

    http://www.glassdoor.com/job-listing/java-solutions-architect-JV_IC3064478_KO0,24_IE117266.htm?jl=1360877232&paoIdKey=MA==

    The first interview was held by HR guy within 15-20 minutes with common psychological and characteristic screening questions. He did a good job and in a day advised that 2 further interviews will take place with their java team lead and senior architect guys separately one after one, 1 hour each. Alright.

    Those 2 guys were rather punctual as the technical interviews commenced without any delay. That's the only positive feedback for them. Each of them neither had a list of java technical questions nor architectural ones. The only technical question I could remember from the java team lead is presented below. As for the architect guy, that were the same common boiler-plate questions ( see below ). Neither code nor architecture design questions were raised.

    In a day I received the following Backbase resolution from those guys.

    1. HR guy passed the following from the technical guys :

    "quite outdated knowledge, narrow experience, mostly old school way of working, not so much into agile and craftsmanship practices.
    "

    2. The senior architect provided the following feedback to me :

    "
    first of all, appreciate your time talking with us. In addition, I can say, that I am most certain, that your are brilliant engineer, however, we are trying to fill in the positions that we currently have and we have certain expectation/requirement, one of them is also "fit into Backbase" culture. Unfortunately, we did not found you fitting our skills and culture requirements, which has nothing to do with you personally.
    "

    Now, here is my conclusion how technical java interviews are organized at Backbase :

    1. That's the total waste of time for any serious developer having several companies to choose from in his further career path.

    2. Technical interviewers have no knowledge how to achieve java background validation and system design skills assessment.

    3. That was the strangest interview I ever had for 14 years of my developer career because the frustration comes from absence of an idea what went wrong.

    Questions d'entretien d'embauche

    • That was a question from Backbase Java team lead : How would you design persistent layer ?   1 réponse
    • That was questions from Backbase Banking architect : 1. How would you describe Scrum ?
      2. What source code management system do you use ? 3. What experience do you have with enterprise service bus ? 4. Do you have experience with Big Data ?   1 réponse
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