Every year, LogicMonitor’s Pune office hires a group of high potential entry-level (HPEL) employees who are fresh out of college. HPEL’s have a strong thirst for knowledge, bring in a fresh perspective, and are fast learners. I was lucky enough to be apart of this program. Here, I’ll share what the interview process was like, how we onboarded virtually, and my overall experience.
Compared to many big companies, LogicMonitor’s hiring process is very smooth. First is an aptitude test, followed by a coding test, and then an onsite interview. The aptitude test analyzes your speed and accuracy and it also includes some behavioral questions to test your ethics and values. If you pass the aptitude test, then you qualify for the coding test. For the coding test, you can pick to work with either java, python, C++, or any other language that you’re familiar with. Expect one of the problems to be language-specific. The problems get more difficult as they go on, but you don’t have to do them in order. You will definitely enjoy solving these problems if you love to code! Once you pass the coding test you move to the final round, the technical interview.
The selected candidates were invited for technical interviews onsite. The technical interview is based mostly on projects done in college, previous internships, interests, and favorite subjects. There were a few tricky questions as well. After a couple of rounds, they gathered the shortlisted candidates in the conference room and told us that we were selected to be part of the program. Everyone in the room was so excited! As a welcome gesture, LogicMonitor provided us with lunch and goodies.
Due to the pandemic, the onboarding process was carried out virtually. We began our journey with LogicMonitor on October 6th, 2020, and we were welcomed by the entire LogicMonitor Pune team. After onboarding, our boot camp training process started and it lasted for seven weeks. It started with learning the LogicMonitor Platform and getting familiar with the product. In the third week of training, we were divided into teams and given a problem statement. The mentors were very helpful and supportive throughout the process. After completion of this task, we were allocated to project teams. Along with this, we also enjoyed the fun activities at the Annual Day celebration and birthday celebration events.
After we were hired, LogicMonitor showed us that the road ahead will be full of opportunities. The POCs taught us to perform as a team and to deliver our best. We’re able to learn as much as we can, with the right amount of guidance and a lot of motivation. LogicMonitor as a whole not only serves as a learning platform for HPELs in the technical-front but also gives us an opportunity to participate and perform in all sorts of fun non-technical activities as well (Team UnLogic). We’re all thankful for this remarkable journey, which marks the beginning of our careers at LogicMonitor.
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