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Software Development Manager

Media Temple Culver City, CA

• Leads the design, development, and maintenance of new and existing products through the full development life cycle. • Performs day-to-day… Media Temple

30+ days ago

Software Developer

Media Temple Culver City, CA

• Experience with multiple distributions of Linux like RedHat, CentOS, Ubuntu, Debian, etc. • Deployment delivery and automation experience with… Media Temple

30+ days ago

Search Engine Optimization Manager

Media Temple Culver City, CA

• Maximize organic traffic growth on our website using white-hat SEO best practices, ensuring that SEO techniques and strategies are well implemented… Media Temple

30+ days ago

Systems Engineer - LiveOps

Media Temple Culver City, CA

• Monitor and troubleshoot issues that arise on customer-facing infrastructure. • Laise cross-departmentally in the event of an incident or… Media Temple

30+ days ago

Software Developer - Cloud Services

Media Temple Culver City, CA

• Analyze, design, develop, and test full stack enterprise software systems, interfacing with third party IaaS/PaaS offerings. • Work with… Media Temple

30+ days ago

Software QA Analyst

Media Temple Culver City, CA

• Organize and document complex product and feature testing plans end to end. • Work with cross-functional agile teams to deliver innovative… Media Temple

30+ days ago

Solutions Architect - Cloud Services

Media Temple Culver City, CA

• Educate customers on the value proposition of AWS, and participate in architectural discussions to ensure solutions are designed for successful… Media Temple

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Russ Reeder
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  • A place that had so much potential prior to acquisition along with poor dishonest leadership that does not care.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Los Angeles, CA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Los Angeles, CA

    I worked at Media Temple full-time (More than 5 years)

    Doesn't Recommend
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    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook


    The work here is hard and challenging. There are many interesting problems to solve. You have a team of folks you work with that are always there to support you and help you grow. Also while hard work is expected, you used to be rewarded by leaders who go out of their way to recognize your sacrifices. Late nights, and weekends were the rare exception and work/life balance originally was built right into our company values and adhered to religiously. You used to have a lot of fun. The people you work with will be folks that you build lifelong connections to. We have an open environment that allows everyone to hear everything and be able to contribute at a moments notice.


    Post acquisition poor leaders were imported from GoDaddy and the culture of a once great and noble brand was eroded little by little over a year plus. The depth of the decline post acquisition had shocked myself and all of my peers. The smell of desperation in the air was palpable and a community of like minded coworkers was replaced with a culture where everyone had to fend for themselves and watch their own backs. Corporate yes man were the preferred style of leader, who held little regard for their teams well being. Churn increased as folks were actively pitted against each other to build division to reduce resistance to changes.

    Changes were rammed through without any ability to discuss the well being of the employees. Minor missteps result in write ups, the corporate machine is a live and well. Leadership turned a blind ear, and said they heard but it was clear they did not care.

    Leaders were so desperate to meet goals that teams were "volunteered" to work over the holidays. Leadership did not stand up for it's most talented teams. "Agent of Change" became the mantra to push out folks who were resistant to the new lifeless style of management.

    Leaders talked longingly of a culture similar to amazon where you can work people until they can no longer take it and then replace them and start the cycle again.

    Advice to Management

    Fire your ineffective executives who are wasting your ~$90+ million dollar investment in a proud premium brand. Get back to the roots of what made (mt) as successful as it was. Listen to the advice (mt) was giving to make the mother ship more successful.

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