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11 hrs ago

Senior Software Engineer, Game Server – new

DeNA San Francisco, CA

will include: • Lead a small team of engineers who work closely with artists, game designers and analytics, and producers to build compelling… DeNA


4 days ago

Senior Database Engineer

DeNA San Francisco, CA

• 5+ years experience with database administration tasks including: architecting new database environments, new system configuration, performance… DeNA


5 days ago

Senior Build and Release Engineer

DeNA San Francisco, CA

• Proactively communicate with technical and non-technical stakeholders to understand their needs and ensure their satisfaction with the tools… DeNA


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    Not terrible...heard it's improved since I've left

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in San Francisco, CA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in San Francisco, CA

    I worked at DeNA full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    I worked at the company for about two years. I was able to build new friendships quickly, and team and overall company dynamics back in 2011-2012 were great. I found people passionate about building fun, original games.

    Cons

    As time went by, the overall culture seemed to evolve into one that favored partying and massive drinking over productivity. Certain folks would come in at 11 and leave at 4 (and paid very well for their short time in the office), and performance reviews simply did not exist. On the flip side, other teams would work insane hours - I'd come in at 10 but leave sometimes at 2AM, but were never really recognized for their efforts.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Reward and recognize employees who show effort to contribute to the company. Don't promote people for the sake of retaining people. Keep those who actually care about the product and services DeNA offers.

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