Mission: Make the world run on models.
Domino is hosting Rev - a conference for Data Science Leaders. Nate Silver and Cathy O'Neil are headlining. Find out more at:
Learn more about Domino through a Q&A with our CEO, Nick Elprin: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQDPt
Domino accelerates the development and delivery of models with key capabilities of infrastructure automation, seamless collaboration, and automated reproducibility. This greatly increases the productivity of data scientists and removes bottlenecks in the data science lifecycle.
Faster Delivery and manage scalable data products
Deliver powerful insights to stakeholders
Enterprise Identity and Access Management
Domino is helping companies maximize the value of their quantitative research.
We’re building the platform that enables thousands of data scientists to develop better medicines, grow more productive crops, build better cars, or simply recommend the best song to play next.
I have been working at Domino Data Lab full-time (Less than a year)
Domino is a highly collaborative environment which iterates ceaselessly to build a world class data science platform.
Our culture is collaborative and fun! We leave our egos at the door and ask 'how can we delight our customers'? People are always asking their co-worker 'how can I help'. There is a significant and meaningful company commitment to diversity in the workplace.
Lastly, we love to have fun! From movie nights, to happy hours, karaoke to outings - this is a fun bunch. We're right gob smack in the thick of it all - SOMA in downtown San Francisco - close to Cal Train, BART, Muni, and walkable to endless cafes, bars, restaurants, and coffee spots.
This is a start up so you know the drill!
You will wear lots of hats, initiate and create where nothing existed before, and be a part of something that many people in the tech field think will be very successful.
Great place for someone loving the fast paced, exciting vibe of a company growing fast but steady. Those who prefer answers laid out for them may not enjoy so much.
Advice to Management
Keep fostering a diverse workplace and continue efforts to increase management transparency.
I applied in-person. I interviewed at Domino Data Lab (San Francisco, CA) in February 2015.
There was brief call during which a number of engineering approach questions were asked followed by homework assignments. The interviewer tried very hard to impress with his intellect and vernacular. The homework assignments asked to implement an algorithm in Scala. After submitting an implementation I was asked to change it because it wasn't sufficiently abstract.
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