But its very frustrating trying to convince people its a great place to work, maybe next to even Google. How many companies put their employee profiles on their Corporate website?
Here are couple of good links about the company
Roy's social experiment
First Month at ThoughtWorks
The place has a very unique work culture and the interview process was very interesting and actually fun. I had to go though 6 hours of discussions (6 rounds) and 2 written tests. The most surprising element was there were absolutely no cubicles, just long tables and flat monitors on these tables. People have been working like this in Thoughtworks.
This is what i felt and i told these guys in the interview when i was asked - Why do you want to change to Thoughtworks?
When I started my job search 2 months back, I was searching for something and I
didn't really know what.. (maybe old passions?). But then I came to Thoughtworks and started my
interviews, it slowly dawned on me that this was exactly the kind of place
where I fit!.
The whole IT industry is going in one way and Thoughtworks tries to do something exactly opposite. I like that!!