"Latest Technology, Freedom to explore, new tools, lots of POC's, Technical colleagues, great learning stuff"
- Balans werk/privé
- Cultuur en waarden
- Loon en arbeidsvoorwaarden
- Senior management
Backbase, Amsterdam THE BELL Sarphatistraat 370 Routebeschrijving
Ik heb een voltijdbaan bij Backbase (Langer dan een jaar)
1. Latest Hot Technology - Java spring and all
2. Freedom to explore new tools and technology.
3. Security mindset while developing applications
4. Lots of POC's to reach to better approach
5. Technical colleagues helps each other
6. great learning stuff
7. Trainings internal and external
8. Community and connect - lots of exposure
9. Great Documentations
10. Collaboration among colleagues and departments
11. Fast process to deliver
12. Lots of opportunity to use and implement different test frameworks.
1. Amsterdam office location is better if you use public transport or live closely, not good to drive, very expensive parking.
2. Lots of changes happens which can be difficult for some people who are not flexible.
Advies aan management
More and More collaboration among teams will bring better results in Future.
Ik heb online gesolliciteerd. Ik heb gesolliciteerd bij Backbase (Amsterdam) in mei 2020.
I was invited for an introduction interview about a month after submitting my application. Funnily enough, the intro interview took place less than 48hrs later via video call. It was a rather pleasant conversation. The interviewer put me at ease and made sure the interview was truly conversational. It ended with the interviewer saying "I hope to know more by the end of the week." I did not hear back from them by the end of that week or by the end of the following week. I followed up with the interviewer several times. No response whatsoever. I never heard back from Backbase after my interview.
No follow-up after actually having been interviewed? Definitely a first for me. Completely ignoring several follow-up emails sent on my part? Again, new territory for me.
I too invested time, effort and energy into applying and interviewing. I find it rude, disrespectful of my time, and quite honestly, unprofessional.