Referrals (450+ LC)

New znhi21
Sep 10 12 Comments

Looking for referrals to Facebook, Google, Uber, etc. I have ~3 years xp at a no name company got Bachelors in CS ~6 months ago. Looking for new grad type roles.

https://repher.me/r/-LoQmJTfXtPnZb6B2Oxi

Referrals (450+ LC)

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    • Microsoft 🦍Ape
      This is what gets you jobs and op is a new grad, why are you being a dick? Highly doubt op wants to work at ibm anyway. Just delete this app from your phone
      Sep 10
    • Capital One / Eng
      nakama

      Capital One Eng

      PRE
      SpaceX, Tesla Motors
      nakamamore
      IBM is salty
      Sep 10
    • New znhi21
      OP
      While I have been working as an engineer for roughly 3 years I figured most companies would treat me as a new grad since I just recently got my CS degree and the company I work for, literally no one has heard of.
      Sep 10
    • Microsoft 🦍Ape
      He graduated less than 6 months ago he’s a new grad
      Sep 10
    • Microsoft 🦍Ape
      Holy fuck you’re even dumber than I thought! What is the exact definition of a new graduate? Someone who recently graduated? That’s what he is!
      Sep 10
  • Oracle dragonflyy
    Cracking puzzles at LC is a full time job. Easily an L5 at G
    Sep 10 1
    • New / Eng
      ren1010

      New Eng

      PRE
      Reliance Industries
      ren1010more
      Agreed. It qualifies as more full time than sitting at a workplace you don't want to be in.
      Also, isn't L5 a position too high for someone who has ~3 YOE? I don't really know about how the L levels work, so please correct me if I'm wrong
      Sep 10
  • Adobe fngstained
    Unfortunately, you haven't mentioned how many of those 450 were Easy's
    Sep 10 2
    • New znhi21
      OP
      Sep 10
    • Adobe fngstained
      That's a pretty good breakdown, actually. All the best.
      Sep 10
  • Google / Eng
    LeeJaeDong

    Google Eng

    PRE
    Amazon
    LeeJaeDongmore
    What’s your acceptance rate?
    Sep 10 1
    • New znhi21
      OP
      Not sure if you actually want this but either way.

      I generally don't even think too much about submission ratio and just make changes to algorithm often to see if I can improve the code quality, hence the extra amount of submissions.
      Sep 10

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