Mission: At Trifacta, we know that the key to winning with Big Data lies with people. That's why our innovations focus on the user experience—to provide radical productivity gains for data professionals, and enable business analysts to work directly with Big ...
I have been working at Trifacta full-time
Many pros... the company is flexible with discretionary time off, working remotely, finding work/life balance, celebrating victories with happy hours and even trips, competitive compensation, great office location, incredibly bright employees, many genuine people and fun office environment... to name a few. We are at the forefront of our field and we're creating the blueprints for what data cleansing, data prep and data wrangling will look like now and in the future.
The company hit a bit of a rough patch last year, requiring some shifting of priorities and resources. We hit that point of transitioning from start-up mindset to legitimate business and industry leader... and some changes were necessary to make that leap. Things were a bit shaky for a minute but the new direction Trifacta adopted has proven itself to be the right choice. Nothing is a guarantee in life, certainly not in business, but with the current trajectory, I'm confident doubling down on Trifacta is a gamble that will pay off. The company's success is moving rapidly in a positive direction and continues to lead the way in our industry.
Advice to Management
You do a lot of things right... and there is still room for improvement. It is important to bring the team onto the same page. Sometimes communication on topics falls short of completion. Be mindful of your team and maintain a level of humility in your leadership and values. We are all on the same team and we should all be team players.
I applied through college or university. I interviewed at Trifacta in April 2017.
I applied through career fair in my school and the recruiter reached out to me 3 weeks afterward. I interviewed with the recruiter first to get to know about the company and check my background. I did a phone technical interview a week after with VP of engineering. He's really nice I think. After my interview, I never hear back from recruiter even though I followed up with her 2-3 weeks after not hearing from her.