Engineering Interview Process

Our goal is to make decisions within 96 hours on each of the steps below. As soon as we have a final hiring decision during any stage, we will let you know.

Introduction call (15-20 min)

Let's meet! This call should help us get to know each other better and answer any questions you have about the company, the team, and the role. There will likely be 1-2 team members in this call. They'll be happy to answer any of your questions!

Prior to this call, we'll probably message you about salary expectations to confirm we're in the same ballpark.

Take-home challenge (no more than 5-6 hours)

Talk is Cheap, Show me the Code! - Linus Torvalds

We've decided to do a DIY coding challenge instead of doing the regular 'live coding' or 'whiteboard' style interviews. We'd rather give you room to work without the extra pressure.

Details: We'll share a brief with all the details and assets required for the challenge, as well as what we're looking for in a solution. We'll also be available throughout if you have any quick questions or need our input along the way.

Chat with the Engineering team (30-60 min)

Time to talk shop with the engineering team. We'll review the coding challenge, ask you some questions, answer your questions, and share what's next for TuringTech from a technical perspective.

Reference calls will happen sometime between steps 3 & 4.

Final Chat

After the interviews and reference checks, we'll schedule a short chat with our managers and clients in US to answer any remaining questions. We want to give as clear a picture as possible before you decide to move forward with us.


We'll make a decision within 48 hours after this step and let you know as soon as we can.