Mission: Our mantra: It's not just business, it's personal!
I have been working at Nulogy full-time (Less than a year)
- Awesome culture
- Unlimited vacations
- Great leadership
- Downtown Toronto location
- Transparency in executive decision making
- Free snacks, coffee/tea
- great potential for growth
- Salaries are on the low end of the market. Nevertheless, this is based on data from one person (myself).
- Internships biased towards Waterloo students. Although Waterloo University produces quality students, the diversity of the workplace may be enhanced by opening doors to interns from other universities.
Advice to Management
I am generally pleased with Management at Nulogy. There is a need to hire more middle management, as I believe this will enable the company to grow faster than the current pace.
I applied online. I interviewed at Nulogy (Toronto, ON) in April-2017.
Super slow. And unresponsive.
So slow that I ended up taking a role with Facebook in the process of this application because Facebook was way more organised in scheduling interviews and was actually looking for an engineer and no a comments formatter.
First call was great and was handled by an actual engineer. It was helpful to jump right to the tech talk.
Assignment was super easy, however it was rejected due to flood of personal and styling preferences of the reviewers.
I even got a comment about using `class << self` questioning what it does and wether it's needed at all in a module. Yes it could be `extend Namespace` or it could be a `class` even. Point is it's a personal or a style matter. Candidates have no idea about your internal style-guides.
Statement about the use of blocks just killed the last bits of my interest in this company. Assignment review speaks for the level of knowledge and type of environment.
Funny, some failed to even bring the environment without dependencies locally. Literally all you need is: irb and a bash.
I am glad the interview process is over with just an assignment and I haven't wasted more of my time.
Good luck with your business guys.
Toronto Life Magazine asked 140 startup founders about Toronto’s tech scene, including Nulogy's CEO and Founder, Jason Tham: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQyBx