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26 days ago

Technical Project Manager

Clarity Ventures Austin, TX

The Technical Project Manager(TPM) provides planning, management, oversight, and communication, both internal and external (client facing) for custom… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Content Marketing Expert

Clarity Ventures Austin, TX

Clarity is seeking a inbound marketing expert to execute on key marketing initiatives. You will work with top management & experienced Inbound… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Front End Web Developer

Clarity Ventures Austin, TX

Clarity is seeking a Front end Web Developer who will be responsible for developing and updating dynamic web sites for our clients. You'll be joining… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Senior ASP.Net Web Developer

Clarity Ventures Austin, TX

Write C# ASP.NET, HTML, and JavaScript based on detailed wireframes and Photoshop mockups. Write code-behind routines to pull data from backend… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Inside Sales Professional

Clarity Ventures Austin, TX

• Make the necessary calls (20-40 dials per day) to assist prospects through sales funnel (significant marketing investment goes into making sure… Glassdoor

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Chris Reddick
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    A misrepresented opportunity from the get go.

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    Former Employee - Senior Backend Developer  in  Austin, TX
    Former Employee - Senior Backend Developer in Austin, TX

    I worked at Clarity Ventures full-time for less than a year


    Decent salary, although they didn't pay a true salary. Your pay scale was solely determined by the number of hours you billed each pay period. Got to work with some new technology, people were cool, but overall the pro's didn't come close to competing with the con's of working there.


    Poor leadership and terrible execution of estimation. Developers were not included in client estimation and it was solely a function of upper management. Thus, estimates were most always under what they should have been and led to pissed of clients on nearly all projects I worked on. Work area was cramped and developers did not get their own personal and quiet space that is required to consistently produce quality software. Overall, this was a poorly misrepresented opportunity and I would advise any software developer to steer clear.

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    Incorporate the technical team in your estimates to clients. Develop some resemblance of code quality and standards across the dev team. Quit underbidding projects so you can get the client, only to disappoint both parties involved when the project is way over budget and the client is angry. Quit making the developers deal with angry clients all the time - that's not their job.

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