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30+ days ago

Software Developer, Business Applications

Engine Yard San Francisco, CA

- Owning internal systems critical to scaling our business - Working on critical billing and cloud resource metering which drives all Engine Yard… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Deployment Application Engineer PHP/Magento

Engine Yard San Francisco, CA

The Deployment Application Engineer will be a technical liaison between sales, the customer, and other parts of the organization. This role directly… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Software Developer

Engine Yard San Francisco, CA

The Area Development Manager will formulate and execute a platform sales strategy within an assigned region, drive revenue growth by penetrating the… Glassdoor


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    A heavy ship that seems satisfied to bail water

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    Current Employee - Engineer in San Francisco, CA
    Current Employee - Engineer in San Francisco, CA

    I have been working at Engine Yard full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    Flexible work environment where people frequently work from home or come to the office as necessary.

    Fellow engineers are smart, hard working, and focused on creating a product that helps customers.

    Cons

    Different goal every 6 months but it doesn't change what almost anyone is working on. Second systems started every year or 2. Engineering upper management changes frequently. Engineering retention is poor and morale fluctuates frequently. Software is extremely complex and little time is given towards cleanup.

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    Upper management is confused about what the company should achieve. Communication between company layers is limited. Paying attention to what engineering is good at and trying to work to those strengths might produce better results than delegating the next enterprise trend.

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