All posts tagged with 'hiring'
You’re a talented software engineer looking for your next position. Maybe you’re eyeing the FAANGs so you start researching how they do their technical interviews and you discover they like to ask algorithm-type questions - Reverse a linked list in place, Print the kth level of Pascal’s Triangle, Does string contain substring - and have you design Dropbox, Twitter, or some other system of their choosing. Then you apply to… Continue reading
The team I work in at FreeAgent is achieving great things - from rolling out a new Business Intelligence tool, to working on machine learning models to improve our product. With so many ideas but not enough time to action them, we recently advertised a number of roles to expand our team. FreeAgent is a superb place to work, and the roles are a real opportunity for someone to achieve… Continue reading
For the past three years we have invited interns to join our Edinburgh-based Engineering team for the summer months between June and September. Today we're officially opening the doors to the Class of 2013! Last year's interns developed one of FreeAgent's most requested features, the Online Payment Portal, so you'll get to work on an exciting project, not mundane work. If you're a keen hacker and a CompSci (or similar)… Continue reading
Every summer we invite at least one intern to join our Edinburgh-based Engineering team for three months between June and September and today we're officially opening the doors to the Class of 2012! If you're a CompSci student at a UK university and you want to do something amazing this summer, please get in touch! Find out all the details on our Jobs Page. Continue reading