Lovefilm, yes or no?
dominic at thoreau-online.net
Wed Apr 14 11:50:28 BST 2010
On 14 April 2010 11:24, Pinky Weaselly <pinkweasels at hotmail.co.uk> wrote:
> Sorry for anon email, but I don't want to announce to my employer that I've been approached by lovefilm about a job.
> The recruiter started with "if I said 'lovefilm', would you say 'no'?"
> Alarm bells are ringing. Can anyone say if they're a good employer, from a Perl perspective? You can email me privately if you like.
I don't know what it's like to actually work for them - I did a phone
interview, and their test (basically, write code fast, on
But they didn't hire me. After talking with previous colleagues (who
are better perl devs than I am - and didn't get hired either) I get
the opinion that they're trying to hire the elite - and almost to the
point of being snobbish about it.
As usual, YMMV
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