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    Current Employee - Technical Support Engineer in Dublin, Co. Dublin
    Current Employee - Technical Support Engineer in Dublin, Co. Dublin
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    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I have been working at IBM full-time (More than a year)

    Pros

    Good teams and managers so far

    Cons

    none I can think of

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IBM Dublin, Co. Dublin Salaries

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170 salaries
€54,843 per year
€33k
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€54,843 per year
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€72,534 per year
€52k
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€56,823 per year
€34k
€94k
€56,823 per year
€34k
€94k

IBM Dublin, Co. Dublin Interviews

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    Software Developer - Front End Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Dublin, Co. Dublin
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Easy Interview

    Application

    I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at IBM (Dublin, Co. Dublin) in June 2022.

    Interview

    Very quick and easy process.
    1st interview was with the recruiter. They familiarized me with the project I was going to work for and asked for my work experience details, responsibilities and my expectations for this role.

    2nd Interview was with the Team Lead, it was very similar to the 1st interview but more detailed. I explained in technical terms what I worked on in my past projects. They asked me simple questions about how to use Angular, how I would start with a new implementation, how to unit test, my expectations in this new role.
    3rd Interview was a live-coding round. It was very easy-going. The panel was very kind, I could use google while coding. It was intended to simulate an experience in our day-to-day coding at work. So, even if I did not know a syntax I could use google or even stack overflow, just like we developers do in our everyday life.

    That's it. I received a job letter within 3 days. Very smooth and pleasant experience.

    Interview Questions

    • 1. CSS: differences between display and visibility
      2. difference between === and ==
      3. scope of variables, eg. a variable that is not declared is JS is global.
      4. validations on form
      5. undefined vs null
      other Angular (only basic, not observables or any Rxjs related) questions, css questions   Answer Question
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