I was contacted by them also and ended doing great on their test. They called back and explained that once hired I would be expected to fly to California for 2 weeks for training. On my next call with them this turned into three weeks. I'm in a situation where I couldn't be away for three weeks and mentioned this to them. I was told that it would be okay to keep it at two weeks. I then had to do an interview with another person(more like another test) in where they want you to code. By this I mean step by step coding as far as telling her everything thing you are doing. Where you are starting and where you are turning the page to. It was very frustrating for me. I'm someone who thinks really fast in my head and may turn to different pages to get the answer and they are wanting me to tell them every little thing I was doing and thinking and what page I was on. It was distracting Also in this phone call I was told that the three weeks was mandatory and the first lady I had spoke to didn't have the authority to say I could do two weeks. Needless to say The Coding Source wasn't a good match for me and vice versa. I'm sure others may love it but I'm not one of them.
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