Ohai, Dropbox techbros. Whatcha doin'? Being bros? Making your workplace impossible for women before they even start? Being manchildren about everything from interviews to conference rooms? Cool story, bro! [One woman explained] “When I interviewed for Dropbox, I was interviewed in a room called ‘The Break-up Room,’ by a male. It was right next to a room called the ‘Bromance Chamber.’ It felt weird I would be interviewed in such a strangely named conference room.”
Are they hiring?
<i>it is just distressingly childish to name your conference rooms in such a fashion.</i>
Are you kidding? These people give their penises names.
And he continued to be an asshole after it was cool.
I&#039;m sorry, I must be drunk again. Are these grownups? Because they sound like the kind of fourteen-year-olds who giggle over Uranus and Harry Organs.
I like dropbox as a product. the place sounds as douchy as the rest of silcon valley though
Let me guess, there is no Brokeback Room next to the Break Up Room for these manly men.
The &quot;clever&quot; interview question has been a tech company staple for about 20 years now. At first, they were standard &quot;brainteasers,&quot; but of course once this got out, everyone just memorized the standard answers to them. So things evolved toward the weird.
Here&#039;s <a href="http:\/\/www.informationweek.com\/mobile\/mobile-business\/16-stupid-tech-job-interview-questions-show-your-snark\/d\/d-id\/1113474" target="_blank">an article with a bunch of them</a>.
My favorite is the one from Apple: &quot;If you were a pizza delivery man, how would you benefit from scissors?&quot; Best answer: &quot;Well, I would still have to watch out for rock, but I wouldn&#039;t be very afraid of paper.&quot;