Welcome to the Application Page!
Here’s where it all starts. After submitting the application form, you can expect to hear from us within two weeks. The recruiting process in itself takes usually min. 4 months provided that you get interviews and introductions at a fairly good pace.
Remember that if you get selected to the Talent Pool, you will remain in our database for a full year. This means that you may get new introductions and interviews throughout the talent pool period. Hence, we recommend you to update your profile every once in a while to have it ready when we find interesting companies to introduce you to. Similarly, remember to inform us if you choose to drop out from the talent pool!
Quick tips just before you go ahead:
- Concentrate your application to a certain role. If you try to aim for every possible position in the market, you are not a good candidate for any one of them.
- Give concrete examples of your skills. Rather than describing yourself with multiple adjectives, explain the projects you’ve done. If possible, list the most relevant technologies and coding languages you’ve used.
- In the single proudest achievement, name just a single proudest achievement. Rather than listing several awards or accomplishments, choose one and elaborate on why you ended up choosing that and what the outcome was.
- In you CV and LinkedIn profile, always put your latest work experience first. Also, use buzzwords that make you stand out more (like Account Manager, Marketing …, Sales…, UX…, Python, DevOps… etc.)
- Even though the Startuplifers team will choose the candidates to the talent pool, remember that you’re writing this application for the startups, not for us.
This is an example application by an applicant named “Startuplifers Applicant”, so you can see what your application looks like to the startups:
Apply by Sunday, June 2nd and get a chance to win one of the following books:
Cracking the Code Interview
Learn how to uncover the hints and hidden details in a question, discover how to break down a problem into manageable chunks, develop techniques to unstick yourself when stuck, learn (or re-learn) core computer science concepts, and practice on 189 interview questions and solutions.
- 189 programming interview questions, ranging from the basics to the trickiest algorithm problems.
- A walk-through of how to derive each solution, so that you can learn how to get there yourself.
- Hints on how to solve each of the 189 questions, just like what you would get in a real interview.
- Five proven strategies to tackle algorithm questions, so that you can solve questions you haven’t seen. – Extensive coverage of essential topics, such as big O time, data structures, and core algorithms.
- A behind the scenes look at how top companies like Google and Facebook hire developers.
- Techniques to prepare for and ace the soft side of the interview: behavioral questions.
Solving Product Design Exercises: Questions and Answers
Learn how to solve and present exercises like these, that top startups use to interview designers for product design and UI/UX roles.
- A 7-step framework for solving product design exercises
- 30+ examples of exercises similar to exercises used by Google, Facebook, Amazon etc.
- 5 full solutions for product design exercises
- 5 short interviews with design leaders that worked at Apple, Google, Pinterest, IDEO etc.
Case Interview questions for tech companies
This book provides 155 practice questions and answers to conquer case interviews for the following tech roles:
- Business Development
- Supplier or Vendor Management
- …and Product Management
Here’s what you need to do:
- Click the link below and fill out the application form
- In the “Notes to Startuplifers” -section at the end of the form, write the name of the book you wish to get