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16 days ago

Front End Engineer (html, css, javascript) - 6 month contract Dallas, TX

To be considered, please share github account or sample projects in resume. Ideally you would be someone who: • Likes working in a collaborate…

4 days ago

Specialist, Customer Support Dallas, TX

• Handle fluctuating volume as it corresponds to site updates. • Research accounts using the Customer Service Application (CSA) and RightNow…

29 days ago

Sr. Linux Systems Engineer Dallas, TX

• Monitor and ensure delivery of email content to Match customers • Leverage relationships with domestic and international receivers to assist in…

9 days ago

Network Engineer Dallas, TX

• Responsible for supporting all aspects of the corporate network infrastructure. This includes: • Cisco routers, switches, firewalls and wireless…

30+ days ago

Senior Developer Dallas, TX

• C#, ASP.NET, T-SQL • HTML, CSS, JavaScript • Android SDK • iOS SDK and Xcode • Xamarin • Web API Ideally, our next Senior Developer will…

1 day ago

Front End Engineer (html, css, javascript) – new Dallas, TX

To be considered, please share github account or sample projects in resume. Ideally you would be someone who: • Likes working in a collaborate…

30+ days ago

Sr. Big Data Engineer (Java/Hadoop) Dallas, TX

• Take care of all things Hadoop, including all data pipelines on Hadoop Clusters, monitoring data activities in HDFS, Hive, etc…

3 days ago

Product Manager, Payments & Risk Dallas, TX

We are seeking a candidate with a strong product management background. Specific technical expertise in subscription marketing is a plus though not…

30+ days ago

Associate Application Engineer Dallas, TX

• C#, ASP.NET, T-SQL • MVC • HTML, CSS, JavaScript • Visual Studio • Ember or Angular • Web API Ideally, you will exhibit the following…

17 days ago

Sr. Android Mobile Engineer Dallas, TX +2 locations

will include communicating with engineers on the Match Mobile team, as well as other parties like UI designers and product managers. Here at… Reviews

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    For Dallas, it's pretty decent.

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    Current Employee - Manager in Dallas, TX
    Current Employee - Manager in Dallas, TX

    I have been working at full-time (more than a year)


    Decent benefits, competitive pay, covered parking, free yoga, free bagels on Fridays, happy hours, no dress code, casual environment, the occasional free lunch, yearly bonuses, located in a decent area of university park with plenty of food options within walking distance.

    Some teams are better than others by leaps and bounds. It wouldn't surprise me if the reviews here are all over the map due to that reason alone. If you land on a good team, you'll be happy and generally stay unstressed. There are some decent managers floating around along with some incompetent ones. Luck of the draw will determine your fate at match. My 4 star rating indicates that I'm one of the luckier ones.


    There are some completely inept people in leadership and management roles. Nepotism is rampant and I've seen people get put into senior roles without knowing some of the very basics. Some teams move extremely slowly and are bogged down with constant meetings. There are way too many stakeholders in some areas including people who have no right being so. Some extremely questionable decisions get called when leadership makes decisions based on their gut feelings instead of the data.

    The bathrooms are poorly maintained, the desks aren't so great, and good luck getting a standing desk or a good chair. The desks are arranged in these 4 desk cube like things with see through it is as loud as an open office. Whoever set the office up was drunk because nothing is spaced out properly and it is impossible to find anyone. Commuting to this location can be a nightmare. No one can afford to live directly near the office since it's right next to some of the most affluent neighborhoods in DFW. The office formerly was further north in Richardson and there are rumors that they are considering moving back up north again, but nobody is sure. A newer building would be welcome.

    Once a year evaluations. This is NOT frequent enough. Evaluations should be done quarterly to motivate people.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    You've created some diva developers that need to be kept in check. Re-evaluate your current processes. Just because they've been how you do things for years, does not mean that they're the most efficient way to proceed.

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