I live in a Southeast Asian country and have just graduated from college and have some internship experience during my study, and a full-time job as a Data Engineer (DE) after that. The interview is my second full-time job, which is also a DE position.
About this company, it is a large tech company in my country, and it is a product company. My first full-time job is working for an out-source company.
I had this interview with 2 employers, one is my future direct technical leader, and one is the product manager. They saw my CV and then asked some questions about my previous experience, I know my work is not impressive as I was inexperienced and tried to manage work and study. After I explained what I have done, they laughed and acted like this work is easy, everyone can do it. And then they asked a series of questions that requires years of experience (for example, how to optimize a SQL query, how to process massive data, etc). I did find it difficult to answer these questions and they make fun of it like there is not a lot of knowledge and can learn like 1 or 2 days.
My question is:
- Is it normal to make fun of an inexperienced candidate? To me, I am okay with making fun of myself because I know my previous experiences are not good and there are a lot of mistakes.
- What are the things I should concern about if I accept this company's offer?
Honesty, I felt bad after the interview, and I don't know what to do next.
I did not get the offer. I received this final result a week after the interview.