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Synthace Overview

London, England (UK)
51 to 200 employees
2011
Company - Private
Biotech & Pharmaceuticals
Unknown / Non-Applicable
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Named as a "Technology Pioneer" by the World Economic Forum, Synthace's goal is to raise universal bioscience productivity, enabling people to better engineer biology for health, food, energy and ... Read more

Synthace Reviews

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    I worked at Synthace full-time

    Pros

    Really good work-life balance and compensations.

    Cons

    Better and stronger leadership direction

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Synthace Photos

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Synthace Interviews

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    Senior Software Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in London, England (UK)
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    Application

    I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Synthace (London, England (UK)).

    Interview

    A screening call, two algorithmic problems on Hackerrank, a walkthrough of an algorithmic problem with an engineer on a call, an onsite interview. The onsite consists of a system design question, behavioural interview, a lab tour, two algorithmic problems to solve on a whiteboard. Generally, the process is non-stressful and pleasant.

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Company Updates

  • Technical post: Autosave with React Hooks A common pattern found in many web apps is to automatically save after every user action. For instance, Google Docs saves changes after the user edits the document. Albeit a common pattern, there are different ways of implementing it, and each has its pros and cons. Here, we discuss a solution which encapsulates the autosave feature in a reusable React component, recently implemented in our software platform, Antha. This component allows autosave to be triggered on (debounced) user?s actions. By autosave we mean saving the changes to the database by firing off an async GraphQL mutation.

  • People of Synthace: Milena Stankovic, PhD ? Scientific Development Consultant "It?s an amazing company where people feel valued and motivated, and enjoy working with each other!"

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Synthace Awards & Accolades

  • Technology Pioneer, World Economic Forum, 2016
  • 100 digital pioneers in Europe, FT, Google, 2018
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