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Ingenu San Diego, CA

• Basic level of programming knowledge using C, Python, Bash scripting, etc. • Critical thinking and troubleshooting skills • Understanding of… Ingenu

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Ingenu San Diego, CA

View Requirements Requirements: • Bachelors degree in Computer Science or working equivalent is required • 5+ years of programming in Java for… Ingenu

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Ingenu San Diego, CA

& Requirements Requirements: • BSEE/CS • Minimum of five years of experience or equivalent working experience • Demonstration of strong… Ingenu

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Ingenu San Diego, CA

include: • Bachelors Degree in Computer Science or working equivalent. • 3+ years as a Systems Administration. • 3+ years of Mac OS X… Ingenu

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    Current Employee - Engineer in San Diego, CA
    Current Employee - Engineer in San Diego, CA
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    I have been working at Ingenu full-time (More than 5 years)


    Having been at this company a while I've seen a lot of changes. We are on our 3rd CEO in 3 years. The new guy (John Horn) seems to be a plus. He has a very positive vision and seems to invoke some degree of inspiration to us pawns. We are also starting to see some sales start to trickle in. Not revenue positive, but not draining the VC money as fast either.


    This is where things get sticky. From an employee perspective it matters which group you work in and what your expectations are for stock options. The hardware group is run by a Vlad Putin type of guy. Its his way or the highway. If he does not like you or your work he will put you down in meetings and very publicly talk trash about you to your coworkers and his bosses. Eventually you must quit or he will fire you. The sales group is finally starting to stabilize. They have had very high turnover in the past. Typically they fire people after about 12 months if your sales forecasts don't materialize. Now that we are starting to get some sales there is hope for the current crop of people. I'm not sure what to make of the software group. Its the biggest headcount in the company. Some people are happy while others definitely are not. The systems group is good and their manager is easy going. Very low turnover. The production group still has issues. Its not a happy place to work. They tend to be treated poorly by their group manager and the rest of the company in general. For a prospective employee consider the comments above in terms of how it might relate to your situation. Additionally I would add that Onramp is an "old" startup. Its been around for at least 10 years. This means there are a LOT of outstanding shares of stock. No matter how many shares you may get in a job offer it will always be a very small percentage of the company. Therefore if the company gets bought or goes IPO your take will not be big. Maybe enough to put a down payment on a nice car.

    Advice to Management

    I've seen the other comments here on glassdoor and would completely agree with the comments regarding management being a mess. Especially middle management.

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