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Post your resume on their website and they will get back to you. There will be telephonic interview first and then face-face interview. This is in US, I guess it should be same in india as well. You can find info on their website though. Its a very good company to work for.
Actually I got a chance to work with them while on an UK assignment last August 05. Our Clients had all thoughtworks contractors. There I was introduced to agile processes and the system of the clients had a very big architecture. But my project managers were very skeptic about Agile processes. They alway tell even now that Agile is Fragile. But in my own experience that I got from working with them I saw the whole bunch was a full dedicated team.
Once again I believe some day (may be next job) will be in thoughtworks.
Originally posted by Rajan Chinna: There will be telephonic interview first and then face-face interview. This is in US, I guess it should be same in india as well. You can find info on their website though. Its a very good company to work for.
In India the process invovles: they will give you a case where you need to develop code(either in C, C++ or Java) and send them for evaluation. If your code is shortlisted they will call you for interview.
Joined: Sep 20, 2003
Originally posted by Jignesh Patel:
If you heard of Martin Flower, he is working for the same company.
I guess last year Martin Flower conducted seminars on Agile processing in Banglore & Chennai, India.
Joined: Jun 08, 2006
Wow Great Approach!!! I never even thought of that. It sounds very very challenging and interesting. Any more inputs on that??