Engineer (Current Employee) – Pasadena, CA – August 6, 2012
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 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.
free friday lunches, ping pong table
hidden bugs everywhere, no documentation, unreadable code
Systems Analyst (Former Employee) – Pasadena, CA – July 7, 2017
This company might initially appear to some as a seamless transition from college dorm to office. A generally young and vibrant workforce, driven to excellence as a team. Quite similar to (artistic) movie production or other internet startup environments, although they have been around for more than 10 years Their products represent the bleeding edge of current internet advertising technology and considered one of the leaders in their field with a world presence and just over 500 creative and energetic employees.
Smart, flexible, free food, good work-life balance