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I have been working at Twitter full-time (More than 5 years)
Culture - smart, driven, yet team-oriented people (this is a rare combination). I genuinely love who I work with (and our motto of #LoveWhereYouWork is honored throughout the company)
Mission - people at Twitter love the product and what it is doing in the world
There's always outside noise as everyone (especially the media) likes to give their opinion on the company and the predictions about the business.
Advice to Management
If you can make the product easier so my Mom can use it, we will bring in a lot of new users (and given another person to participate in our conversations that is always about what is happening on Twitter! )
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 days. I interviewed at Twitter (Atlanta, GA (US)) in June 2012.
This was a very odd interview. I was contacted by someone who seemed to be an Engineer at Twitter but I found out later they were part of an HR team. The HR person obsessed over the dates and reasons for leaving my past employers rather than my technical abilities to the point that I asked "how long have you been in the industry". The technical questionaire was next and very easy and only covered super basic stuff. They later wanted to schedule a more technical interview with screen sharing to test my scriptiing abilities.
Reasons for Declining
The recruiter said something odd to me in response to his obsession with my past employers that stuck with me "If we were to hire you what would stop you from leaving and going to Google". That stuck with me and I later turned down their offer for a second interview. Additionally I'm a professional with years of experience on my CV. Asking me to take tests is just plain insulting especially that soon into the interviewing process.