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I worked at Red Hat full-time (More than a year)
The community based on meritocracy and inclusion is great.
Leaders support team members well.
There is nothing particularly negative at Red Hat, in my humble opinion.
Advice to Management
Keep the culture alive forever!
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Red Hat (New York, NY (US)) in June 2019.
The process was a bit slow. Original phone call with hiring manager was in mid-April and the final round interview was mid-June. Other than that it was a really good interview experience. Done entirely via video chats and phone calls. I interviewed with 4 people (2 at a time) who would end up becoming my teammates. The interview questions were pretty standard and a bit less technical difficulty than I would have expected. I think the most important thing was that there was a strong connection and it was clear that I would fit well on the team.
The oddest part about it was the offer process - I got an email from the recruiter at 12:40am asking to connect on the phone for an “exciting update.” I would never have expected to be informed of an offer via email, but I’m not complaining!