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    1. 5.0
      Nov 19, 2014
      Software Engineer
      Current Employee
      San Francisco, CA
      CEO Approval
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      - Awesome, competent co-workers who quickly became my good friends - As an engineer, opportunities to very quickly contribute and take ownership of important projects - A mentoring-focused culture: it's very easy to learn from coworkers and quickly gain new skills and expertise - Interesting problems to solve: LiveRamp is dealing with some really massive data and trying to do a ton of interesting things with it. - Acxiom acquisition has had a minimal impact on LiveRamp's culture. We now have many benefits of being part of a large company, without many of the hang-ups.


      - For the data scientist: LiveRamps problems are more practical than theoretical. We do some machine learning, but not as much as a recruiter might lead you to believe. - Work/life balance is something you have to make for yourself. No one is going to stop you from finding that balance, but no one is going to proactively help you either - The speed at which the engineering team has been asked to develop new features has made the company competitive, but also created a complex code base with lots of debt.

      1. 5.0
        Feb 6, 2014
        Software Engineer
        Current Employee, less than 1 year
        San Francisco, CA
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        Great technologies and coworkers! I'm getting valuable experience in big data with Hadoop and Cascading. I've been given a lot of responsibility and freedom as a new software engineer. LiveRamp has an all around great team: you'll be working with smart and driven individuals both in engineering and throughout the rest of the company.


        Gonna be putting in more than a 9-5. Expect 50-60 hour weeks. Same you'll find at any rapidly growing tech company.

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      Hey everyone, Just needed to vent a bit about this job hunt. It's been a wild ride, to say the least. Lately, it feels like I'm sending my applications into a black hole, and I'm not alone in this, am I? Interviews seem to be the rarest gems, and job postings seem to disappear as soon as I hit 'apply.' Anyway, I'd love to hear your experiences. What's been your biggest frustration as a job seeker? How do you stay motivated in this crazy journey? Any words of wisdom or empathy to share?


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