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Quick Left Overview

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Boulder, CO (US)
1 to 50 employees
2009
Company - Private
Computer Hardware & Software
₹500 million to ₹1 billion (INR) per year
Pivotal Labs, thoughtbot, Bocoup
Quick Left is a leading software development company that offers customers innovative design & development consulting as well as the software tools used to illuminate and streamline the process utilizing our Adaptable Agile methodology. Simply put, we turn hard ... Read more

Mission: Embrace Adaptable Agile software design & development in our consulting practice so the world can realize their software goals faster and more efficiently.

Quick Left Reviews

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    I worked at Quick Left full-time

    Pros

    Camaraderie and teamwork is a hallmark of the company.

    Cons

    Not enough overall experience on the team.

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Quick Left Photos

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Quick Left photo of: Rachel Scott addresses the crowd at Quick Left's Hackfest.
Quick Left photo of: Hackers and designers come together to build a web or mobile app in 3 hours at Quick Left's Hackfests.
Quick Left photo of: Break dancers perform at Quick Left's community hackfests.
Quick Left photo of: Where the magic happens
Quick Left photo of: A community quarterly hackathon.
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Quick Left Interviews

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    Web Developer Interview

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    Application

    The process took a week. I interviewed at Quick Left.

    Interview

    There were a number of stages, a one-on-one talk/culture fit interview, a business data modeling section, and some pair programming. The one-on-one talk was fairly informal, talking about experience, telling me about the company, the direction they are heading and their recent merger. The business modeling was an interesting exercise. The pair programming on one level was fairly easy, but I felt a bit burdened by the interviewer's opinions.

    Interview Questions

    • I can't say any of them were difficult or unexpected. During the data modeling the interviewer acted like a client, poking and prodding the model, trying to add features etc. They did a good job acting like a client.   Answer Question
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Quick Left Awards & Accolades

  • Most Democratic Workplaces, WorldBlu, 2012
  • Most Democratic Workplaces, WorldBlu, 2013
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