Forever Living Products Interview Rounds and Process
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As a software engineer you have to drill down deep into one (or a few) technologies, slowly strengthening your skillset until you become a subject matter expert in that ecosystem. I enjoyed being enveloped in code during the initial stage of my career for about 5 years, but was always curious about how technology fit in with the world at large alongside business, UX, strategy, data, and design. An Engineering Manager role is quite close to that of a TDM, but with a greater focus on hands-on coding and mentoring other engineers. This would have required me to hone my software development skills for a longer period of time then I did, and would not have allowed me the flexibility the TDM role grants in terms of the variety of tasks I juggle on a day to day basis.
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It was just a basic aptitude test. Like if have cleared the 1oth & 12th english exam so you can do it very easily.
What does a non-average day look like?
A non-average day would involve some firefighting and client emergencies on multiple fronts, perhaps with a product launch or demo also scheduled for that day. Imagine that the CEO has just resigned for one client, so a press release has to be immediately published on the website before rumors start flying. In the meantime the hosting provider for another website is having DNS resolution issues on their CDN, leading the website to become unavailable in many regions. At the same time, a client demo is coming up in a few hours so last minute feedback and content is pouring in from the design team that the development team has to immediately integrate prior to the demo commencing.
A more serene non-average day might involve researching potential tools and technology for a new business pitch, allowing me to deep dive into several solutions or develop a prototype as a proof of concept of some desired functionality or feature.