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Question: I understand how companies like AOL hire people who apply for jobs. But, for someone who creates software, like you did with Winamp, how did AOL know who you were and how to contact you? And, when they contacted you, did you have to go through a normal interview, etc?
Asked by Mike Johnson (73.91.212.x) on December 14 2018, 10:56pm
Reply on December 15 2018, 2:12am:
    It's different when they're buying a company. There are definitely interviews, but it's less about "are you competent" and more about due diligence on the company they're buying (which does include the people but it's not as much an interview).

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