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30+ days ago

Senior Software Engineer, Android

Stumbleupon San Francisco, CA

• We are a team of high-performing individuals who know that good apps require an understanding of both business and technology. We’ve built a team… Stumbleupon


30+ days ago

Senior Software Engineer, Personalization - Recommendation Engine Infrastructure

Stumbleupon San Francisco, CA

• Passionate about building great software. • Sharp coding skills and strong… Stumbleupon


30+ days ago

Front-End Engineer, Site

Stumbleupon San Francisco, CA

The Site team works with the full stack to create web apps for our 35 million registered users. Creativity, velocity, and a problem solving ability… Stumbleupon


30+ days ago

Senior Software Engineer, Personalization - Content Ingestion Pipeline

Stumbleupon San Francisco, CA

• Experience with highly-scalable distributed systems for content ingestion and real-time filtering. • Experience with off-the-shelf tools and… Stumbleupon


30+ days ago

Senior Software Engineer, iOS

Stumbleupon San Francisco, CA

• We are a team of high-performing individuals who know that good apps require an understanding of both business and technology. We’ve built a team… Stumbleupon


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3.3
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Mark Bartels
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    Pros

    Fun work environment if you under 30.

    Cons

    All about growth to attract investors, rather than building a strong product.

    Advice to Management

    Invest in your people, not your image. Don't cannibalize your best customers just to find uninterested new customers.

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