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27 days ago

Python Developer

EdgeCast Networks Santa Monica, CA

This role will be 60 sysops and 40 development. We want someone who can help with scriptingschedulinghandling customer requesttickets Mongodb… Dice


17 days ago

UI Developer

EdgeCast Networks Santa Monica, CA

Works hands-on and provides technical knowledge in the design, development, implementation utilizing a Content Management System. Ability to quickly… Dice


27 days ago

Web Performance Engineer

EdgeCast Networks Santa Monica, CA

The Performance Engineering team at EdgeCast Networks provides several key functions that constantly elevates the performance of the Content Delivery… Dice


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    Few bad apples spoil it for everybody

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    Current Employee - Software Developer  in  Santa Monica, CA
    Current Employee - Software Developer in Santa Monica, CA

    I have been working at EdgeCast Networks full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Flexible timings, Senior Managers are cool.

    Cons

    Not a bad company overall if you are in the right group. There are a few bad apples who spoil it for everybody. Developers are cool for the most part, except a few who talk big and do nothing. Favoritism is kinda rampant in the company too. TONS of people quitting. Project Management team is the worst you will ever find, clueless with attitude and proud of their ignorance starting from the very top. Many good people in that team are leaving, cause can't tolerate their manager yelling at them at whim.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Hire Project Managers who have a clue, know some kinda process and have their leaders treat developers/others with some degree of respect and professionalism. If they can't solve problems and add value, ask them to just step out of the way.

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