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Anonymous shared this review of Twitter, United States on Nov 16th, 2020
"There is great flexibility in work location and hours. As an entry level hire, now 3.5 years later, I've had good manager support in my career development."
Anonymous shared this review of Twitter, United States on Oct 26th, 2020
"Really inspiring mission, people, product and leadership. Twitter is a special place!"
Anonymous shared this review of Twitter on Nov 26th, 2018
"Twitter is a place that truly supports diversity and inclusion."
Anonymous shared this review of Twitter on Aug 9th, 2018
"I saw someone put on a PIP the day after filing a sexual harassment complaint. The complaint investigation found tons of inappropriate behavior, but nothing "actionable" and no wrong doing by the company, so there were no consequences. I watched a startup acquisition have men vault into upper level director positions with shoulder-tap promotions, while the only woman remained a Software Engineer II. Gender diversity in engineering is pretty good at SWE1 and SWE2: when I ran the numbers it was 22% and 19%. Then for senior SWE it drops to 6% and at principle and staff there just weren't any women, period. The promotion process was bullshit, but the hiring process was worse: I had the best candidate I interviewed turned down because some dude didn't think she knew enough Java trivia. Because of the terrible interviewing process that only hires "smart" people the code is pretty terrible, and it's only made worse by being written in Scala, designed to show off how clever the programmer is and not, for example, to avoid invisible O(n*m) algorithms. There's a small group of people who are good and are trying hard, but the Android app is a great example of why you should have people with Android skills write Android apps instead of just "smart" people. Watch out for the level you are being hired at: I was under-leveled and ended up mentoring people two levels up from me who had half my experience. If you are at 5+ years and they offer you SWE2, don't take it: that's the promotion new college grads get after a year. The two really egregious sexists in management have left since I did, so maybe things are improving, but just be careful where you land and protect yourself."
Anonymous shared this review of Twitter on Jun 19th, 2018
"You will love the opportunities for growth at this company"
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