Tenjin enables everyone, no matter their budget or the size of their team, to effectively market their apps. We automate the worst parts of marketing - gathering data from a bunch of different places, spending time linking it all together, and crunching the numbers to figure out if anything is working.
Tenjin is headquartered in San Francisco and backed by Y Combinator, Lightbank, and NetEase Capital.
There are three steps to our interview process:
We'll give you an overview of the company and tell you about the problems we're solving and the role we're trying to fill. We'll also discuss your career goals and technical interests. This typically takes around 30 minutes.
Technical phone screen
If we've found each other to be a mutual fit after the intro call, we'll do a 30 minute technical phone screen. These questions will be tailored specifically to the role we're hoping you'll fill for us.
We'll bring you in to our office in San Francisco. We'll go through a series of technical interview phases and also briefly have you chat with some non-technical members of our team. The technical part of this interview can involve whiteboarding, discussing designs and architecture, and writing code. Typically this takes around 4 hours.
Each step of this interview process is a two-way street - you should be evaluating us to see if we're a good fit as much as we're evaluating you.
Finally, if everything goes well, we'll create an offer and work out a start date.