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- "driven culture and maintains high standards while keeping up a fast pace of development." (in 3 reviews)
- "I enjoyed the company culture and various lunches/outings." (in 3 reviews)
- "Team and management are friendly and helpful." (in 3 reviews)
- "Other team members are supportive and always willing to help." (in 3 reviews)
- "It is clear that management really believes in and cares about each employee." (in 2 reviews)
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- 5.0Jul 14, 2021Software EngineerCurrent InternSan Francisco, CA
Uncountable has a strong engineering-driven culture and maintains high standards while keeping up a fast pace of development. This is a great environment to learn practical software engineering skills and make a substantial contribution to the product in a short amount of time. The founders and employees here are among the smartest and most capable people I have worked with, which makes the work very stimulating and enjoyable. The company has strong fundamentals and is growing at a good pace, so I am confident in its long term potential. As an intern, I was able to create a fairly advanced low/no-code tool to automate a large part of the company's customer onboarding / data integration process. This was a far more challenging and impactful project than I've heard any of my friends at larger companies work on, and I can see the value the project is providing to the company already. In addition, Uncountable treats its interns like full time engineers in many ways, so I've also been able to go on customer calls, review code, assign tickets to other engineers, monitor and fix incidents, architect new systems, and create sales demos. The tech stack and tooling is also very modern and pleasant to work with, which is a big quality-of-life plus. Uncountable has a nice office space in a good part of San Francisco. There are great housing options nearby, as well as good food, coffee, things to do, etc. The employees are friendly and I've gotten to participate in some fun team-building activities. The mission - accelerating R&D - is meaningful and helps keep the team motivated. Overall, it's hard to expect any more out of an internship than what I've gotten here, and I would highly recommend the company to anyone who wants to challenge themselves, grow, and make a meaningful impact.
As a startup, Uncountable does lack some of the cushiness of tech giants such as free corporate housing and broad name recognition. The internship is definitely not for anyone who wants to coast and take it easy either.
- 5.0Oct 15, 2018Anonymous InternFormer Intern
I had a great experience working at Uncountable. Jason, and the rest of the team are very relaxed, and they give you a lot of freedom to work on interesting problems. Their machine learning problems are non-standard, and as a result were more challenging/interesting. I enjoyed the company culture and various lunches/outings.
The machine learning problems can be very hard, so make sure you are up for a challenge.
- 4.0Sep 1, 2021Data ScientistCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsSan Francisco, CA
The San Francisco office has a great location and is a quiet working place to concentrate. The team is diverse, and accepting of all genders and international workers. There is a place for both new grad and experienced software engineers on the team, with experience on-boarding both. There is work available for both front-end and back-end development. Managers can be quite kind. You may have the opportunity to work at the Munich or New York City offices. More senior employees may work from home, depending on their manager. The company has many clients from around the world, so there are many opportunities to expand the product.
Not a typical start-up if you are looking for a faster-growing experience. It's a young company, with young founders, so management is still trying to iron out difficulties in its approach and processes.1
- 5.0Jan 10, 2020Software EngineerCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearSan Francisco, CA
I have been working at Uncountable for 4 months. Uncountable provides many opportunities for personal and professional growth. Great company environment and very strong team culture. Management encourages everyone to voice their opinions and bring new ideas to the table. Team members are all very forthright, intelligent, and diligent, everyone has strong sense of accountability.
Since it’s a startup, it can difficult to forecast the company’s future plans. Work can be challenging, there is an emphasis on performance.
- 5.0Apr 27, 2023Software Engineer InternCurrent InternNew York, NY
As an intern at Uncountable, you are given a lot of ownership and responsibility, and made to feel like a valued employee and integral part of the team. Other team members are supportive and always willing to help. The fast-paced environment fosters a culture of learning and keeps you engaged. There is the opportunity to get involved in work specific to your interest areas/discover other aspects of the company as well.
The learning curve is steep, so best suited to those looking to challenge themselves.
- 5.0Apr 26, 2023Director of MarketingCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearNew York, NY
Uncountable has a unique and extremely rewarding culture. Everyone on the team is exceptionally smart, inclusive, collaborative, and innovative – beyond any other team I've ever worked at. The leadership team is always open to hearing new ideas and feedback, which makes for a dynamic and engaging work environment. What I love and appreciate the most about Uncountable, is the level of autonomy and trust that my peers and I have in our roles. Leadership does not micromanage and always supports the team in providing the necessary resources to succeed. Ultimately, the work we're doing is truly cutting-edge and has already made an impact in the industry with the potential to change the industry entirely.
Uncountable is a startup, but it works with large enterprise-level, globally renowned customers, which means that it can be challenging and fast-paced. However, it's significantly rewarding to see such a positive response from these large customers and the overall market. Truthfully, working at Uncountable is not for the faint of heart, but for those who can work in a fast-paced environment, the opportunity and reward that come with those challenges are unparalleled. Overall, I highly recommend Uncountable as a great place to work. Especially for anyone looking to work alongside some of the smartest and most intelligent people you've ever worked with.
- 5.0Mar 12, 2020Enterprise Account ExecutiveCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearSan Francisco, CA
It is a very bright team of people and the leaders are very driven to succeed and focused on solving our customer’s problems. Working on this small team gives you the opportunity to gain exposure to many aspects of the growing business (marketing, engineering, recruiting, etc.). The organization is very flat and everyone collaborates with one another to satisfy our current customer needs and bring new customers on board. The leaders trust the team to make smart judgement calls and own their work.
Lots of work and lots of change. If you are not willing to work hard and be flexible you might be frustrated.
- 5.0Aug 7, 2019Machine Learning EngineerCurrent Intern, less than 1 yearSan Francisco, CA
Uncountable has focused on developing a great team, rather than size or fitting specific roles. As a result, everyone is very smart and dedicated, which creates a great environment to learn from. The R&D problem tackled by Uncountable has very direct and positive practical implications, making it a company I'm proud to be a part of. Furthermore, the work contains interesting algorithmic/ML/optimization questions that employees have to think about, which makes the every day work more exciting. As an internship manager, Jason Hirshman is attentive and approachable, and trusts the competency of the hired interns.
The work is hard and the day feels long, when compared to larger laid-back companies with many breaks and simpler projects.2
- 5.0May 25, 2020Data EngineerCurrent Employee
The management team is excellentm is excellentm is excellent. They say the customers come first and the employees are important to them, and they follow through with what they say. They have built a business culture that is both fun and challenging and gathered a great team.
I would have to think too long to find a con such that listing any would not provide value.