I worked at Nasdaq as an intern (Less than a year)
-Laid back work environment
-Everyone at the company is friendly
-A lot of the work you do as an intern is not challenging. All I did was QA their investor relations websites. Did not need to write a single line of code. Just click through the websites by hand to find bugs/alignment issues.
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Nasdaq (Marlborough, MA (US)) in March 2014.
I first met with the division manager then the lead engineer who gave me a tour of the office and described the development process and team organization.
The lead engineer then put me in a room with 4 other engineers who took turns shooting questions at me about a range of topics including SQL queries, MVC design patterns, advanced CSS, and object oriented programming.
Afterwards, I had a long talk with a vice president via a video conference which quickly veered away from software development.
Reasons for Declining
I had another offer where I thought the work environment, the product and co-workers would be a better fit.