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Turing gave me a great opportunity.
I work as a full-stack developer at from Ghana. I honestly felt a dramatic change in my life when I joined Turing. My financial health is better than ever and I feel I have made more progress as a developer in the 1 year I have spent at Turing than all the years before. As a Turing developer, you will get to work on world-class projects with the top tech leaders. If you're a talented developer anywhere else in the world really, you can become a Turing software developer

Give Turing a go! You won't regret it!
Hi! I'm Sebastian and I'm from Colombia! When I started my journey as a freelance product designer, I was excited about the things to come but also very aware of the challenges that I would have to face.

The main struggle I had been dealing with was the need to invest most of my supposed free time into finding new clients and getting new projects. Usually, the projects I found by myself were short-term and, most of the time, not very exciting. This task alone was overwhelming, and it was taking its toll on the expectations that I had about being an independent professional.

I signed up to the Turing jobs platform with the idea that were just another job board that would simply put me in touch with potential clients, but I couldn't be happier to be proven otherwise. So here goes my Turing review:

Turing finds me outstanding tech projects that match my abilities, take care of all the agreement details, and follow my relationship with clients every step of the way.

You feel fully engaged in a Silicon Valley tech start-up without sacrificing the perks that come with the freelance life. At the same time, you don't have to worry about late payments nor continuously looking for new projects. Turing is always paying attention to you and your projects, they feel like a professional companion.
Now I can truly say that I'm making the most of my career as a Turing remote freelance product designer, working with innovative tech start-ups across the USA, and stepping up my skills every day. In the meantime, I get all the free time I need and want, and the professional stability too, to do the things I couldn't do before.

Give Turing a go! You won't regret it!

Turing review of working in the Pre-sales team
Hey, I'm from Croatia. I'm part of the Turing Pre-sales team and my work includes connecting developers with jobs, through onboarding and matching.

I would like to share my Turing review to give you some insight into how remote work experience would be like.

People working at Turing are great, dedicated, fun, and very helpful. Working with gives me space to be myself, I love the flexibility and the fact that I can work from anywhere.

Besides the advantage of working remotely (no need to drive to work, savings in time, and eco and sustainable advantage). We are an inclusive community, taking care of each individual in this challenging time, focused on the result, but with a lot of fun. We're always celebrating and appreciating the team as a whole.

If you are joining the Turing company, be open to new opportunities and be yourself :)

Freelance platform where you don't need to think about your next job
I'm Vedad Babic from Bosnia and Herzegovina. I'm a mobile developer. I have been working with Turing for somewhat 10 months. It has definitely been a great experience so far. So this is what the Turing remote work experience is like for me.

- Has awesome remote work culture
- I can work from home and spend time on my loved ones and myself
- I don't have to worry about travelling with lots of traffic. And I don't have to get annoyed with bad drivers anymore: D
- The Turing hire process is very simple and easy to follow right from matching with a client to working with them

None really

Turing Cares
I'm based in Utah, USA. I primarily manage the CEO's calendar, help with the executive recruiting process, as well as perform miscellaneous business-related tasks. I feel lucky that my superiors care about my personal growth and development and work/life balance so much. It's a truly great place to work at. If you find Turing's remote work culture interesting, I'd say give it a shot and apply to become one of us. If it doesn't work out, come back later and try again, because we're all about providing opportunities to those that normally wouldn't have them.

Enjoy the work, enjoy the life
It's been one and a half years since I have been working with Turing. My work is mainly to grow demand and supply. What I like about Turing is, the Turing remote team culture is pretty good. Love to work with people from all over the world and having a purpose, knowing that you're part of something bigger, causing a positive impact in people's lives and in the world is a great feeling. I would say if you want to work for a top US company, join Turing today.

Management is cooperative and welcoming with the benefit of working at hours that suit you.
Hey, I'm from India, and I have joined as a Talent Specialist at My work deals with helping the senior management to hire the best software developers available from all over the world for the internal software team.

Before mentioning any of the good points of Turing company, I'd like to say, you can work at your convenience and at a time that suits you the best. Turing's remote work culture is also one of the best aspects of my job. I no longer have to struggle through the traffic to reach the office. I just sit and log in at an hour as per my convenience. The flexible working hours have made life pretty easy. I don't face the extra pressure of traveling, dressing, or logging in at a specific time.

Also, senior management appreciates your work and respects your ideas that come from the employees.

There is career growth in this company.

Fast-Moving Remote Work Environment
My name is Sam and I'm a part-time employee based in the California. I have worked across various administrative roles on Turing's internal team over the past 8 months. I appreciate Turing for their flexible schedules, good rates, and the feeling of being a part of a company which is going places. For anyone hoping to succeed at Turing (or any remote-first company), I would recommend communicating your ability to work well in a remote setting in your application. Show that you can meet deadlines, collaborate across time zones, and be productive on your own time.

Python Developer at Turing
Hey, I'm Quang Nguyen. I'm based in Vietnam. I've been working as a software engineer for the past 7 years or so. Most of my experience has been in web development, with some Machine Learning/Data Mining experience thrown in. Turing really turned my life around. It has allowed me to explore my passion for creating long-term value for customers and applying new technologies to increase product quality. I also have a very healthy work-life balance now. Earlier, I'd spend hours commuting to work. But things work differently here. Remote work allows you the flexibility to spend time on yourself. For aspiring Turing developers, I recommend a proactive approach to the entire application and onboarding process. I really hope this Turing review has given you more insight into what your remote experience would be like! has excellent work culture and platform for learning
I'm a technical interviewer at Turing from India.
I interview developers for Turing jobs and select the best candidates for our customers.
Turing has flexible timings, takes care of a good work life balance, and everyone is active and helping.
For those who want to be a part of Turing, I say go for it, it might be that change/opportunity which you were always looking for.

Awesome people to work with
I'm a full stack developer and solution architect from Pakistan. I've worked in the iOS application and web development industries for over 10 years now. My experience as part of the Turing developers' cohort has been quite fantastic; the onboarding process was seamless and help, if needed, was just a phone call away. My jobs coordinator helped me in every single aspect - from getting hired by high-profile clients to making sure my needs were met at all levels. My advice to new applicants would be this: the folks from Turing hire developers with a healthy work ethic and growth mindset. So polish these skills. Trust me, it really pays off in the end. I now have a great work-life balance and the independence to enjoy life as one should! Thanks Turing. May you go above and beyond!

Turing has a great mission statement
Hi, I'm the Project Manager at from Argentina. My work deals with planning, organizing, directing product improvements, developer events and several other tasks.

Turing mainly runs on a data-driven approach. You have to be self-driven and should take initiative. Be it at any level, your suggestions or proposals for refinements or to develop a new process are always welcomed. You get to collaborate with people from across the globe that helps you learn a lot about their skills and gain new perspectives.

Also, local jobs in my country have rigid work timings with less pay and many regulations. Here, I have flexible working hours and more freedom.

Hoping my review gives you a clear picture of the organization.

Great Experience at work!
Working remotely with is an amazing experience. My job here is in the Dev Success team and specifically in People Operations. We basically conduct onboarding, queries, engagements & exit interviews for all Developers. I feel really lucky to be a Turing employee! There's amazing connectivity here even if we are working remotely. Another brownie point is that there's no micromanaging here. For the ones who are looking forward to joining the incredible Turing remote workforce, I would say 'Go for it! It will be your best experience.'

Great team and sense of autonomy - but keep in mind it's a startup
I'm an Account Executive at Turing. I am responsible for taking inbound calls, reviewing the Turing model with prospective customers, and managing their experience when decide to move forward with us - ideally helping them to hire engineers.

Good things:
- I like the autonomy of being able to manage myself and my work, and the ability to work from anywhere.
- Management is very open and communicative about navigating onboarding.
- As long as you're getting your work done, Turing is pretty flexible about how you're getting it done.
- The organization has a true sense of vision and mission that trickles down from the CEO. There is also a sense of teamwork and collaboration even though everyone is located in different regions across the world - Turing does a great job of trying to cultivate a global workplace culture!

Room for Improvement / Heads-up:
- For those who want to be a part of the Turing family, be prepared to be a little overwhelmed - especially in the beginning - it is a startup and there are still processes that are not yet figured out and not a lot of SOP's created for the processes that do exist.
- The training process is also very minimal, which means that you're kind of learning as you go and when you don't know something - it can hold up your workflow while you try to figure it out or ask for help. This means it can be easy to get blocked. That being said these are issues management is aware of and is trying to improve. On top of that everyone is very nice and helpful (just very busy as well :) ).

IOS Software Engineer
Hello. I'm Elvis from Bosnia and Herzegovina. I'm an iOS software engineer. I'm glad to say that Turing helped match me to a hiring company in a super fast and smooth way. The entire process went wonderfully. Turing and the hiring company both delivered on their promises. If you are working remotely and trying to find a job as a remote software developer, it's important to find a company that doesn't give empty promises and actually follows through.
For people looking to become Turing developers, my advice would be to have a positive attitude. It is also good to be very responsive and have an adaptive and flexible outlook. Once you become a Turing remote software engineer, the best part begins. From the moment you get one of the Turing jobs, your life as a developer becomes easier. Turing gives you exactly what you need (from managing perspective). Your part from that point is just to develop.

Working for Turing
I have been working for a customer success team in Turing for the last 6 months. My role is all about employee engagement and satisfaction, cultivating a happy positive company culture, 1:1 calls, onboarding sessions and events, tournaments etc. I always dreamt of working at a tech company and here I am using my talent and my best skills to perform my job. I feel much more productive, creative and excited working remotely from everywhere I want to be. If you are looking forward to joining the Turing remote team, my advice would be to be proactive and trust your own skills, talent and abilities. Show your true colors embracing the company's mission and values. Remote work can be wonderful. I feel really blessed to be a Turing employee.

Fueled by Passion, Culture & Drive
I've been an Account Executive on the Sales Team with Turing for the past year and I'm based in New York, USA. On a day-to-day basis, I'm constantly interacting with clients and engineers and love how Turing truly values humans and puts extreme effort into the experiences of each person we work with. Working remotely is a game-changer for me since it gives me the freedom and flexibility to travel all over the place. I don't have to put so much effort into my schedule when it comes to outfits, food, finding time for myself, etc. My advice for anyone looking to join Turing would be to reach out and show us your drive, share your passions, and speak your voice because we want to hear it!

Amazing experience with
I work as a Marketing Analyst from India and mostly look after contact sourcing, generating data-driven insights, and marketing campaigns on the supply side. Working with the Turing remote team (where people are so skilled and efficient at what do) has been an amazing experience for me. With Turing you get to work remotely with very diverse people from different countries and continents. If you're looking for good quality work which will have a real impact on the world and work with an amazing team at the comfort of your home, then is definitely the place for you.

Turing jobs give you the freedom to work from your home without relocating to another city!
Personally for me, most of the best opportunities would require relocation to another city away from where I live. That could be in another state or even neighbouring cities. This comes with a lot of costs and commitments. So earlier even before you were sure of committing to a job for a long period of time, you have to invest in ten different things to be able to start and see how it actually is your cup of tea. And I feel that's really why the majority of the workforce in my network lives with on a day to day basis.

But I had zero worries while joining up with Turing! And to no surprise, it has turned out to be so much more than I expected! I'm definitely holding onto this cup of tea:)

The balance. I've found the focus on work-life balance and well-being extremely refreshing and freeing. You're never overworked or pushed to work beyond 40 hours in a week.

Here at, I'm a part of the content team, and I'm primarily helping out with developer facing content and copy efforts. If you're searching for Turing jobs or you wish to be among us, I'd say just put your best foot forward and showcase the extent of your talent. It will definitely speak for itself, and Turing's ears are always seeking the sound of talented folks!

An excellent global team and a company with an incredible trajectory!
I am Chief of Staff to Turing's CEO and assist in driving the product roadmap, investor relations, and business operations. I particularly love how diverse the Turing remote team is. The coworkers I work most closely with are from Columbia, Vietnam, India, Ethiopia, Brazil, and more. It's incredible to be working with such amazing people from all over the world. I feel like I could travel anywhere and have great friends wherever I go. I'm originally from Silicon Valley in California where the cost of living is extremely high. Because I work for Turing, I can live much more comfortably outside of California, while still working in Silicon Valley! If you're an aspiring Turing developer, I would recommend don't be afraid to start, jump in and start taking our tests! If you are successful, you could find yourself with the professional opportunity of a lifetime. If you aren't successful, you will have learned exactly what areas you need to improve in for next time!

Work experience at Turing
I'm Aditya Soni. I'm from Pune India. I've been working as an Analyst focused on demand generation on the customer side at Turing. My Turing review would be this: it's been 5 months since I joined here and I've had a great experience so far. One thing I especially like about the Truing remote work culture is the flexibility of deciding your own work hours. I get to avoid the usual traffic and hassle of reaching the office. I also don't miss my usual morning workout this way: slightly_smiling_face:

My 2 years working at Turing
I'm the Lead Designer at and I've been working for the past 2 years on all things design at the company ranging from product features (UI/UX) to a little bit of animation and creatives for ads. I've seen the company grow from a pre-seed stage to closing our Series B round at the end of 2020 and I've been able to contribute to and grow with it.

UI/UX design is still in its infancy here in Colombia, especially if you don't live in a large city, like Bogotá, Medellín, or Cali, so the opportunities are scarce and the compensation is not the best. I used to spend 2 hours every day getting to work and then returning back home by public transit and had to wake up very early in order to get to the office in time. Now I can get more hours of sleep and enjoy time with my family back in my hometown.

I love the flexibility of my work hours, the opportunity to work with people coming from Google, Facebook, or LinkedIn, to name a few, having financial stability as well as the possibility of getting back to traveling around the world once the pandemic ends (working at Turing allowed me to travel to Europe during my first year).

For aspiring Turing software developers, a word of advice. Sometimes you might have the feeling that you are not good enough in your area of expertise. Maybe you are comparing yourself to a successful designer or engineer on social media working at a Silicon Valley company and wonder if you'll ever get an opportunity like that. When you've been working at a local level only, taking that initial step is hard: is my English good enough, are my skills as good as I think are, how do I even get a chance? My advice is that now is the time to take that step, that the opportunities are now global and that your journey to work with a US company starts here.

Talent Acquisition Specialist (Remote)
I have been working as a Recruitment Specialist for the last 4 months where my major role is building Turing's internal team at a fast pace by making sure quality is not compromised.
What I loved about Turing jobs is that you will be loaded with a lot of exciting work opportunities which helps in your overall career growth. You also get the chance to work with a team of amazing people from all over the world. Plus working remotely gives you a lot of flexibility and make sure you don't miss out on important things in your personal life too.
If you are someone who is looking for a place where you want to excel in your current domain and also learn new stuff along the way, Turing is the place for you.

Accommodating culture for all sorts of talent and a perfect atmosphere to develop yourself
I work with the Developer Success Team, also known as the Trial Period Buddy at

I connect with new developers who are in the trial period to check if are settling down well or not.

To check if they are getting all the necessary support from the Turing team and the client to make their trial period smooth.

I also have to find out if the developers are facing any challenges, and of course mainly if they like their new project.

I'm also involved with the Hiring Operations at the Turing company in interview scheduling, briefing, and preparation process.

I make sure that the developer is well aware of the client's profile, share interview-related tips, and recall them about the basic online interview etiquettes.

Sharing responsibility and giving freedom to perform our tasks in our best way are things that I love the most about Turing.

Remote work is a blessing at any given time, especially during this pandemic situation. Here are a few things I love about remote work.
Traveling and commuting is a major problem in my city. Traffic and public transport system are not so good, so people have to drive for hours to get to the office and back home. With remote work, I don't have to travel anymore.
No more hygiene or sanitization related issues since we're working from home
Flexible working hours. Can start and complete my work anytime.
And the best thing is that we get to eat freshly cooked meals with our dear ones at home.

Turing has the culture of accommodating all sorts of talent and gives them the perfect atmosphere to develop themselves as per their liking and interest.

The future of work is remote and Turing will bring that change
I work as a product manager at and I'm helping Turing grow from 1 to n. At Turing, I love that I can learn from and grow with talented and diverse people. Working with Turing also gives me the flexibility to manage work hours, avoid the hassle of travelling to work in traffic and allows you to work from anywhere. Plus working remotely perfectly makes sense when your job does not require being physically present at a location.
For aspiring Turing developers, I would recommend you stay self-motivated, make sure to communicate, and correct course when going in the wrong direction. is an incredible place to work
I'm a Content Writer at I'm from India. I've worked with Turing for 5 months now and every single one of them has been a blast. I happened to read a bunch of Turing reviews online and got curious, to say the least. The company sounded like an innovative and exciting one. And it lives up to its promise.

I applied to join the company in late October. The interview process was lightning fast and in no less than a week, Turing hired me. I joined the company in November. What I've come to love here most is Turing's remote work culture. I had only ever worked with local companies so far; this is my first time working with a truly American company. The difference in work culture is stark. At Turing, you're not micromanaged. There's no hand-holding. You're given the freedom to perform your work as you see fit. There's trust and respect for you and your work.

I work alongside some incredible people, which, I guess, shows Turing's abillity to attract the best talent. I work with Ivy League alums, ex-FAANG employees and just overall highly-skilled folks. My collegues all excel in their own field of work and I'm thrilled I get the chance to learn from them everyday. Turing also encourages you to forge relationships outside of your immediate team. There's regular super-fun team-building activities that help you connect with teammates from all over the world.

Turing is a wonderful place to work. I'm grateful to work here.

Machine Learning Scientist from Malaysia
I'm a Turing Machine Learning Scientist from Malaysia. I'm mainly working on analyzing and modelling job-matching data. A very major advantage of Turing remote work is we do not have to waste any time and money in transportation to the workplace. In my country, Data Science jobs are mainly available in the capital, Kuala Lumpur. The commute between my place and workplace used to take >1 hr and it was highly irritating. This is even worse than working overtime as spending time in work is much more meaningful compared to spending time in such way.
In addition, as a resident in a developing country, working remotely with a company in US or any developed country usually provides significantly higher pay compared to most local jobs due to the difference in terms of currency values. Reviewing my experience with remote work
I was introduced to Turing through a friend who sang praises about their remote work culture. Now I'm writing this during the infamous 2020-21 pandemic where the world was forced to go remote. But here was a company which has been bridging the geographical gaps and vaulting over the language barriers for years! Curious, I decided to apply for a position as a Content Writer and sent in my resume. I didn't really expect much out of it, after all I had no experience working for a global company, only ever having worked at local companies but got back to me quick!
The interview and onboarding process was seamless. What came as a shock to me was how much free reign was handed to you. Of course there are certain deadlines to be met, but working with people from all kinds of time zones is a unique experience all together. The kinds of doors that open up for your career when you work with Turing are endless. You learn and grow with the best in the industry, in a global setting where the standards of work and the culture are impeccable, and as close to perfection as you can get.
The work culture is joyfully relaxed where you are encouraged to reach out to as many people as possible, across countries and departments. One would assume that remote working can get pretty lonely, but not at Turing! There is so much going on that it's sometimes hard to keep track of all the organized chaos. Chess championships, Christmas games, Fitness challenges… you name it!
There is no one breathing down your neck, communication is encouraged and asking for guidance has never been so easy yet sublime. It's not very often where you wake up on a Monday morning and DON'T feel that dread creeping in as you face another long week of work. Your home is your work place; you are in your most comfortable zone, working during hours that you picked out and at a company whose work culture is like Wonderland! It's almost unbelievably magical how many aspects seem to be perfectly aligned to suit your comfort!
To anyone considering growing your career at Turing: Come Aboard, I say! We are a growing family and would love to have more talented people join us! As they say, the more the merrier! I hope that my Turing Review has been helpful in some way!

I love that nobody bothers me here on the weekends or outside work hours!
Hey, I'm a Social Media Specialist at
My work is to analyze and create effective content strategies to drive traction and growth through our social media handles.

Here are the things that I love about Turing:

The freedom to make my own work hours.
Ample time to fit in my workouts and experiment with hobbies I never had time for before!
The fact that nobody from work bothers me outside work hours or on the weekends!
Daily commuting was always an issue for me. I've had to let go of prospective opportunities because of their distance from my residence. I don't have to bother about commuting to work anymore.

The work culture here is so positive! People are always lending each other a helping hand and the management is also very encouraging.

If you're planning to join Turing, JUST GO FOR IT!

Turing Jobs provided me with an amazing work opportunity
I joined as a technical content writer a few months back. I am a B. Tech (CSE) graduate and my experience with Turing has been amazing so far. I've been working with a global team across the world and gaining new experiences while interacting with some of the best engineers. I would like to appreciate the work environment at Turing where every opinion matters and we strive for continuous improvement. Before joining here, I went ahead to check Turing reviews on different sites and I was pretty excited by the reviews where people shared their experiences working from the comfort of their homes away from the hassle of city traffic, and getting better compensation as compared with local jobs. I'm glad that I joined Turing as I'm able to maintain a perfect work-life balance and enjoy both personal and professional life.

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Turing Hire Program: Turing developers are accomplished senior engineers who specialize in 100+ skill-sets, including, but not limited to, React, Node, Python, Angular, Swift, React Native, Android, Java, Rails, Golang, PHP, Vue, DevOps, and Machine Learning. Developers are vetted over a series of tests and interviews that rival Silicon Valley’s vetting engine. reviews candidates based on their Programming Skills, Data Structures, Algorithms, Software Specializations, and Framework knowledge, among other parameters. To hire developers, head here:

Turing Jobs Program: Developers can find long-term, full-time US software jobs across a range of roles, like Full Stack, Frontend, Backend, Mobile, DevOps, and AI/ML/Data Engineering at Turing. Software developers working with the Turing company earn higher salaries than local standards, enjoy a better work-life balance, and work in flexible schedules. They require no visa documentation to be able to work with the best US and Silicon Valley companies. To find jobs, head here:

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