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4 days ago

QA Tester (Temp)

DeNA San Francisco, CA

• Be an expert on the games you test. Understand every system, feature and desired user experience. • Demonstrate thought leadership on how to… DeNA


1 day ago

UI Engineer (Temp) – new

DeNA San Francisco, CA

• Be part of a team delivering hit social games on mobile platforms • Develop game features using Unity Engine • Elevate the UI and UX for… DeNA


6 days ago

Producer/Product Owner

DeNA Santiago

• Lead engineers, artists, analysts, producers and all-around game support in the creation of new titles for our social gaming platform • Ensure… DeNA


DeNA Reviews

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Shintaro Asako
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    Keep doing what you are doing?

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    Former Employee - Software Engineer in San Francisco, CA
    Former Employee - Software Engineer in San Francisco, CA

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

    Pros

    Obviously, HR, Marketing and PR have been hard at work crafting responses to some of the more recent (negative) reviews.

    My favorite line? "Getting crowded: Need a bigger office to keep up with growth"

    What growth? Recruiting can't keep up with turnover, and the same jobs have been posted for months.

    Outside of the free beer, snacks and catered meals, there is very little to gloat about.

    Cons

    Talent. The best developers are long gone, and when your CEO accepts a COO position with a competitor, that's not a good sign. If DeNA's upcoming releases don't fair well, I wouldn't be surprised if the San Francisco office is "long gone" as well. If you are seeking stability, this isn't the place for you.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    It's definitely not "keep doing what you are doing". Time to hit the "reset" button.

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