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30+ days ago

DevOps Engineer

Appcelerator Mountain View, CA

• Work closely with the engineering and product management teams • Ensure security, reliability, and scalability of the production infrastructure… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Web Engineer

Appcelerator Mountain View, CA

We have an immediate opening for a Web Engineer for our Appcelerator Dashboard Team. You will have a chance to work on the hottest mobile cloud… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Android Developer

Appcelerator Mountain View, CA

Who are we? We’re Appcelerator. Appcelerator is the leading platform for rapidly developing native mobile and tablet applications using web… Glassdoor

24 days ago

iOS Developer

Appcelerator Mountain View, CA

• Create, write, document, and implement APIs in Objective C for the iOS (you know, if the title of this post didn’t give that away). • Explain… Glassdoor

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    Turned south when company stopped caring for its engineers

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    Former Employee - Senior Software Engineer in Mountain View, CA
    Former Employee - Senior Software Engineer in Mountain View, CA

    I worked at Appcelerator full-time (more than 3 years)


    1. Great engineering team, with some of the smartest people I have worked with.
    2. Have opportunity to learn and be exposed to many different technologies: iOS/Android/Windows/BlackBerry/... native platform, JavaScript/Java/Object-C/... as languages, then you have IDE/Cloud/...;
    3. Hot space and you feel you're right in the middle of the mobile wave and contributing;
    4. Very good kitchen, fully stocked.


    Unfortunately, even with all these positives, all those great engineers have been leaving left and right after the company stopped caring for them and turned the culture completely into sale-focused instead of engineering-focused. When engineering team delivered a massive release with tons of new features, the executive team would focus on the misses instead and hardly celebrate the accomplishments, but when sales missed their numbers (consistently), they simply lowered the projection and still went on trips and handed out awards. At one time, the end of year bonus for each person on the team was $25 Amazon gift certificate. The compensation is also not competitive in today's Silicon Valley market, and there were no mentions of salary raise until one decided to leave. The morale of whole engineering team was consistently low when keeping people feel energized should have not been difficult with the built-in positives.

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    Engineering is the heart-and-soul of any tech companies, so treat them with respect and care for them.

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