A list of companies (or teams) that don't do technical "whiteboard" interviews. "Whiteboards" is used as a metaphor, and is a symbol for the kinds of CS trivia questions that are associated with bad interview practices. Whiteboards are not bad – CS trivia questions are. Using sites like HackerRank or LeetCode probably fall into a similar category. The companies and teams listed here use interview techniques and questions that resemble day-to-day work. For example, pairing on a real world problem or a paid/unpaid take home exercise.
Takehome project & Onsite discussions and presentation
Skype interview followed by home assignment from our day-to-day business and then on-site interview including lunch with a team
Takehome project, interviews
Initial phone screening to determine general fit, take-home project, finally an on-site where we discuss your take-home project and you meet the team.
Phone coding design exercise (no algorithms), followed by an on-site final interview that includes pair programming on a realistic object-oriented design problem
45 mins technical phone interview, take-home project/review, on-site interview including pair programming with team lead and agile interview with product manager.
Engel & Völkers Technology
Remote technical interview with an Engineering Manager, followed by a practical coding challenge implemented in 5 hours, ending with a technical discussion with the team on the produced code either remotely or on-site based on geographical practicality.
Take-home real-world challenge, interview on-site or remote
Pair programming with senior engineers
Take-Home project, discussion on-site
Phone screening to discuss technical background and past experience. Take-home assignment followed by on-site code review and interview. Cultural fit assessment
Conversational interviews, paid onsite project with team.
Remote Interview, Wide-Ranging discussions on many diverse subjects. Remote interviews with team members.
4 stages: 1st HR, 2nd take-home project, 3rd follow-up discussion, 4th on-site interview with team plus HR
Take home task, then a pair coding on it
Phone Cultural Fit interview, Take home-code challenge, pair-programming session and discussion about past experience
Coding exercise sometimes over github repository, at least 1 interview with a developer and a lead, no live coding.
Recruiter interview, take-home project, code review of the take-home project, technical discussions with hiring manager and engineers from the team, values interview.