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Lots of opportunities for developers interested in bleeding edge technologies to take ownership and thrive. Management were friendly, encouraging and recognized good work when they saw it. Co-workers were very friendly and functioned great as a team.
Layoffs during my employment made me at times uncertain of my job stability. However the management in my department persevered despite some rather challenging circumstances.
Advice to Management
Keep doing what you are doing.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 days – interviewed at Memory Lane (Seattle, WA) in April 2010.
Did a tech interview with a non-techinical recruiter which involved answering questions that were clearly provided by someone more technical, then did a phone screen with one of the engineers. The phone screen involved fairly specific questions on particular technologies like Spring and Hibernate and was pretty short, with the interviewer not providing any time for me to ask questions about the work environment. Decided not to continue the process based on this and the published salary ranges.
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If you want to take a digital trip down memory lane, where else would you turn? Memory Lane operates nostalgia site MemoryLane.com, which features 60,000 digitized high school yearbooks, as well as historical content related to movies, music, TV, headlines, sports, and other lifestyle topics from the 1940s through 1990s. The site includes photos, music, and video files. The company also operates Classmates.com, a website that reunites classmates, friends and family, teachers, co-workers, and military personnel. Memory Lane was founded as Classmates Online in 1995. Today it ...