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Cutting Edge company - Operates the second largest online ad- exchanges
Senior Account Manager (Current Employee), New York, NYJune 7, 2013
Pros: free lunches and breakfast, lots of snacks - fun environment in general
Cons: operates like a start up, but has over 300+ employees
Operates an online ad-exchange. Partners with Samsung, which recently invested $22.5 mil. to run a private ad-exchange on the electronic maker's phone and tablets.
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Challenging and fast paced environment
Manager, Business Development (Current Employee), New York, NYMay 28, 2013
Great company but management is a weakness of the company. This has become more apparent as we scale.
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Great start up with
Ad Network Account Manager (Current Employee), King of Prussia, PAJanuary 22, 2013
Pros: collaboration, great management, fast paced, great co-workers
Cons: job security
This company was formerly independent LiftDNA prior to being purchased by OpenX. That said, it still had the look and feel of a startup. Workers were required to be able to keep up with the pace, learn along the way, take initiative, and be assertive. Despite what seems like high pressure, the atmosphere was very laid back and team spirit was high. – more... Unfortunately, it is coming to an end as OpenX is closing this office ans they merge the LiftDNA product with their services platform. – less
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Grotesquely Structured Software
Engineer (Current Employee), Pasadena, CAAugust 6, 2012
Pros: free friday lunches, ping pong table
Cons: hidden bugs everywhere, no documentation, unreadable code
Interviews are like a watered down version of Google's interview.
Typical day starts with a 20 minute meeting, and then heads down at the computer rest of day.
Management is non-engineering focused.
Tracking down bugs on a poorly structured system.
Many employees hoping to cash out when company goes public.
Very poor quality testing of product.
Lots – more... of old, obscure, and one-off technology that will not transfer as usable skills else where.
Most people work 9 to 5 but you'll have to work longer hours and additional hours from home after a year. – less