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Updated Oct 27, 2020

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Teradici

Anonymous Interview Candidate in Vancouver, BC

No Offer
Negative Experience
Average Interview
Application

I applied in-person. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Teradici (Vancouver, BC) in Oct 2020

Interview

Interview process itself was very easy. It was fully remote (because of pandemic and because I'm in another Canadian province, not in the BC). They asked to provide refferences and write a code challenge. I asked to do code challange in a time when I'll be free in my current work. They agreed, but anyway send me a task without confirmation that I have time. I had no time to do it for about a week. I asked to change a task to demostrate that I can do tasks quickly, but they declined, and said I have to do this task. So, I finished it, had a positive review in the video interview of my code and solutions, but than received a reject. I invested about 2 full days and a little bit more in this task, and a little bit dissapointed right now. Thank you for quick response, btw, because I have another job offer. Probably they rejects me because it's HR mistake - HR send me a task without confirmation and they decided that I'm slow worker or something like this.

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  • Interview questions was not so difficult, I even don't remember them. Code challange task was more interesting: write a cli program which deploys two ec2 instances, with different parameters and test network bandwith between them.
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Teradici

Anonymous Interview Candidate

No Offer
Positive Experience
Average Interview
Application

I applied online. I interviewed at Teradici

Interview

I was interviewed by 2 people, they were both very friendly. I was asked general questions about my experience and some technical questions related to front end development and software development in general. They finished the interview with 2 coding problems. My only complaint was that I wish they would have given a more difficult second problem to test the limits of my coding abilities. Although I did not get the job it was a positive experience, the company as a whole seemed very nice and I will likely apply to future opportunities with Teradici.

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Teradici

Anonymous Interview Candidate

No Offer
Positive Experience
Difficult Interview
Application

I applied online. I interviewed at Teradici

Interview

There were two rounds. The first round was with the hiring manager and consisted of basic computing science questions (for example, what is the difference between arrays and lists, when should we use UDP vs TCP). The second round consisted of four sub rounds. The first round was with the product management where they dive deep into your resume and understand your skills and background. The second stage is with software developers which consists of white boarding (algorithms, multi threading, code optimization etc.) The third stage is with HR where you are evaluated on behavioral questions. The forth round is with executives where you are asked questions about your resume. Overall it was a good experience, managers and developers were happy to answer my questions and highly praised company culture.

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Teradici

Anonymous Employee in Toronto, ON

Accepted Offer
Positive Experience
Average Interview
Application

I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Teradici (Toronto, ON)

Interview

Onsite interview right away that focused primarily on going through my resume. Talked about past work experiences, projects and a few questions based on networking. Be prepared to explain how your projects work in detail and to draw system design diagrams.

Interview Questions
  • Explain what happens when you type a HTTP URL into a webpage.
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Teradici

Anonymous Interview Candidate in Burnaby, BC

No Offer
Positive Experience
Average Interview
Application

I applied through an employee referral The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Teradici (Burnaby, BC) in Sep 2019

Interview

Straight forward behavioural type questions such as how to handle difficult situation. Some technical questions. I met with 5 different groups over a 3 hour period: Managers, peers, leads, HR, senior managers.

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Teradici

Anonymous Interview Candidate

No Offer
Positive Experience
Average Interview
Application

I interviewed at Teradici

Interview

The interviewer asked a few questions about my past projects and a technical question about reversing a string. The past project question got technical. I was asked to interview at their office. Overall it was a good interview and everyone was super professional.

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Teradici

Anonymous Employee

Accepted Offer
Positive Experience
Average Interview
Application

I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Teradici

Interview

Overall the interview was positive and I quite enjoyed it. The whole process was split in three parts. The first one was a phone interview where I was asked some general and easy questions. It tool around 30 minutes. The second one was on-site with engineers and HR. There were some discussions and coding on board. Nothing weird and fancy. I spent in the office around three hours. The third one was a home task. Again nothing strange there. The goal was to check a person's ability to write and deliver clean code that other people can follow and maintain.

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Teradici

Anonymous Interview Candidate in Burnaby, BC

Declined Offer
Positive Experience
Average Interview
Application

I interviewed at Teradici (Burnaby, BC) in Jan 2019

Interview

There were 3 rounds of interviews. Overall, it was a very positive experience. Everyone I talked to was professional, and the recruiter was quick to respond and kept me updated frequently. 1. Skype Screening A short 20-minute Skype interview. I talked with the hiring manager and was asked some questions about my experiences. They got back to me within the same day and invited me to move forward to the next round. 2. In-Person Interview This one was held at their Burnaby office. There were 4 rounds with different interviewers each round. It took about 3.5 hours in total. It was lengthy but I appreciated the short 5-minute breaks in between. a. Talked with hiring manager and manager for the team that I was interviewing for. We talked more in-depth about my past experiences, and I was asked a few behavioural questions. This round took about 45 minutes. b. Talked with 2 software developers. I was first asked detailed technical questions about my past projects, then worked through 4 logic/coding challenges on the white board. The interviewers were very helpful in guiding me to the answer whenever I got stuck. This round took about 45 minutes. c. I was given a quick tour of their office, then chatted with HR about some behavioural questions and expectations. This round took about 30 minutes. d. Chatted with VP of Product Development. I was asked a few behavioural questions, but overall it felt more like a causal conversation instead of an interview, which was a nice way to end my 4 rounds of back-to-back interviews. This round took about 30 minutes. 3. Take-Home Technical Assessment & References They got back to me the following day to move me forward to the next round. I was given a technical assessment related to the position I was applying for, and a couple of days to finish it. The exercise itself took me a few hours to complete. At the same time, they requested and contacted my references. After I finished the take-home assessment, one of the developers who interviewed me called and gave me some helpful feedbacks regarding my solution. They got back to me shortly after with a generous offer. However, another opportunity that suited my career goals more came up, and I had to regretfully decline their offer.

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Teradici

Anonymous Interview Candidate in Burnaby, BC

No Offer
Positive Experience
Average Interview
Application

I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1 week. I interviewed at Teradici (Burnaby, BC) in Jan 2019

Interview

I am contacted by recruiters on behalf of the company. 1st round skype with a development manager, during which he asked ~30 tech oral quiz. 2nd round onsite with DEs, team manager, director and HR. White boarding with the DEs, and situational questions with managers and HR. There is written assessment after that but i didn't progress.

Interview Questions
  • How is -1 represented in int?
  • What is the keyword volatile in C++? constexpr?
  • Simple regular express questions.
  • Complete C++ functions to store log entries in memory and commit to file system. (function skeleton is given).
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Teradici

Anonymous Interview Candidate in Vancouver, BC

No Offer
Negative Experience
Average Interview
Application

I applied online. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Teradici (Vancouver, BC) in Jan 2019

Interview

First there was a 30 min chat over Skype then I was invited for 3+ hour on site interview. I spoke with a usual set of people, first HR then some engineers, then management. I asked few questions that worried me most such as questions about the future of the company, about their technology and competition. Answers that I have received were inconsistent and in general they sounded like those are difficult questions for them to answer.

Interview Questions
  • - Given an array of sorted numbers like [5,6,7,9,10] write a function that returns missing number in sequence - 8 in this case. - Provide a declaration of a C++ class or class template for a hash map. They refer to your own take on unordered_map. - Implement a function that implements ACK/NACK functionality for UDP-based messaging protocol.
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