VMWare offers cloud and virtualization solutions for business and was one of the first in the market. It was actually one of the first companies to virtualize the x86 computer architecture that allowed them to become market leaders.
VMWare wants people who aren’t afraid of innovation. One of the best things they offer is xLab, where people from all backgrounds can take an idea to fruition in a startup environment. They also offer weekly Tech Talks where anybody interested can attend to understand new platforms or technologies VMWare is working on. If being part of a inquisitive team that fosters creativity then apply to VMWare.
Interning at VMWare will have you working on product solutions that will directly impact the end-user. You will also have a dedicated mentor throughout your internship to ensure you are getting the most out of your experience with VMWare. While at VMWare you will also have the opportunity to hear from people at the top of the industry and to learn from their experience. The world of IT runs on VMWare so this exposure will only help you down the line.
The first step after you apply is the pre-screening process where you will be directed to questions around the role you applied to. For Software-related roles, you'll receive a link to HackerRank where you complete four questions.
2. Phone Interview
The next step is a phone interview with someone from the team you're applying to. They will ask you about any projects you've done that can relate to the role.
3. On-site Interview
The final step is an on-site interview with the manager you'd report to and your possible future coworkers.
Use your network
Reach out to your alumni network and see if they can offer you insight into Discovery, Inc. and the interview process
Do your research
Do research on VMWare to better understand what they do as well as their culture, current projects, company goals, etc.
Practice makes perfect
The positions are very competitive to get, so doing your research and preparing for behavioral-type questions is imperative.
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