- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I have been working at Dynatrace full-time (Less than a year)
Working at some large, well-known tech companies, nothing can compare to my experience so far at Dynatrace. The product is truly best-in-class, which makes Product Marketing & GTM our biggest challenge. We're always innovating and entering new markets, so anything you work on is going to drive value for shareholders. Team is amazing, I really respect management, and the opportunities of projects I've work on (even after only 3 months) I could never get at the larger firms (MSFT, SFDC, Adobe, Amazon, etc).
"The reward for good work is more work", they say. But at Dynatrace, you get cooler and more important work even very early on. Culture is great and everyone is pretty damn bright. Also, the snack game is on point in San Mateo. Recent moves to establish ESPP show that the company is willing to invest in its people.
"If you can't handle the heat, get out of the kitchen". Dynatrace is very fast-paced and sometimes the lightning speed of innovation creates new product and market opportunities. Management expects a lot and the product team in Austria is very talented and hardworking (they expect the same from others).
I love the pace and challenge, but it's definitely not for everyone.
Advice to Management
Amazing work so far. Sometime down the road (potentially soon), you're going to need to step back from some of the everyday work and reviewing Tier-2 things like sales enablement documents, etc...especially as we continue to grow. That's just the nature of a growing company, but it'll raise everyone else up. Continue the focus on long-term strategy and driving the team to deliver on a quarterly basis...it's working and it's encouraging to see the results.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Dynatrace (San Mateo, CA).
Phone interview of general programming questions, onsite interview of 4-7 potential team mates. Interviewers were basically support technicians, no software engineers, as such the interview was simple and less technical.