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30+ days ago

Software Engineer (Platform), Parse

Facebook Menlo Park, CA

• You will have the opportunity to grow into a large leadership role. • You should have experience building production quality systems that… Facebook


30+ days ago

Software Engineer, Performance

Facebook Menlo Park, CA

Facebook was built to help people connect and share, and over the last decade our tools have played a critical part in changing how people around the… Facebook


30+ days ago

Software Engineer, Mobile, Android

Facebook Menlo Park, CA

Android Engineers to join the Mobile team. As a Facebook Mobile Software Engineer, you will specialize in building… Facebook


19 days ago

Engine Software Engineer, Oculus

Facebook Menlo Park, CA

An an experienced software engineer working on engine integrations at… experienced software engineer with expertise in the games/graphics industry… Facebook


30+ days ago

Software Engineer, Traffic Infrastructure

Facebook Menlo Park, CA

.Facebooks Traffic team is seeking experienced software engineers to build… Facebook


30+ days ago

Software Engineer, Mobile iOS

Facebook Menlo Park, CA

level. As an iOS Software Engineer, you will specialize in building elegant… Facebook


30+ days ago

Manager, Software Engineering

Facebook Menlo Park, CA

• Communicate cross-functionally and drive engineering efforts. • Hold your own in… Facebook


30+ days ago

Software Engineer, Growth

Facebook Menlo Park, CA

We are actively looking for Product Engineers to work on these emerging markets initiatives. Ideal candidates will posses mobile or web development… Facebook


30+ days ago

Software Engineer Platform (Oculus)

Facebook Menlo Park, CA

As a Senior Web Service Engineer at Oculus, you'll help us design and build a cutting edge, highly functional and stable server environment. Youll be… Facebook


30+ days ago

Software Engineer, Enterprise

Facebook Menlo Park, CA

Facebook is seeking talented, full-stack Software Engineers to join our Enterprise Engineering group and help build… Facebook


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    Pros

    Every morning when I go in, I feel like the luckiest guy on earth for ever landing a job here.

    Projects: Every team is understaffed, so there is a ton of incredibly important work to do everywhere. Because of this, you can work on high-impact (and potentially high-visibilty) projects from Day 1.

    Autonomy: I've always felt extremely trusted in both my technical competency and prioritization skills. Management is (generally) helpful when I want help, but mostly I've been able to do my own thing and work on whatever project feels most important to the company and/or interesting to me.

    People: Everyone is really smart, and most people are really friendly, funny, and generally awesome to hang out with.

    Food: Amazing. Healthy options are phenomenal, as are the unhealthy ones.

    Gym: The staff is incredible.

    So much more!

    Cons

    - Stress: The company likes to run slim. As mentioned in the pros above, this means you're always working on impactful projects, but it also means your team is understaffed and you may have to work some nights and weekends to get stuff done (though definitely not as bad as the previous strartup I worked for). The more teams you work with, the worse this can get, since some people love to load up on meetings during the day.

    Egos: There are some people who are really full of themselves and difficult to work with. This happens anywhere I've been, but there's a special brand of self-importance among some folks here. Fortunately, I've never had to work too closely with these people, but they make their presence known.

    Advice to Management

    Zuck: Keep doing what you're doing. You articulate a great vision for the company and always seem very "real" at Q&As.

    Lower management: Live true to the company goals. Unblock your reports, play to their strengths, and help them grow. Instead of requesting "more leadership" from ICs, say what that means and provide coaching.

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