Google vs DocuSign

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Jan 10 16 Comments

Any comparison between the two? TC at DocuSign is higher but Google seems more prestigious.

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  • Amazon sde007
    By asking this question...You donโ€™t deserve Google!

    Unless itโ€™s like difference of 50K or so...you will earn more in Google in longer run.
    Jan 10 8
    • Amazon sde007
      Weโ€™re talking about Docusign vs Google here :I

      And getting Google offer is not that always easy.
      Jan 10
    • DocuSign chemistry
      Go Google.
      Jan 10
    • DocuSign eSign Guru
      I love how people trash working at DocuSign when you have zero knowledge about the full scope of the product and technology, no knowledge of the comp and benefits. It's not the bohemoth that Google is but it's still an amazing product feature set to work on and huge opportunity for personal recognition and career growth.
      Jan 10
    • Amazon / Eng
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      This^ and I know getting a Google offer is not easy but if you can do it once you are CAPABLE of doing it again. DocuSign is a good company and if the team/product aligns with your interests/growth preferences/company size ideals, then why can't it be the better choice.
      Jan 10
    • DocuSign hiyahiya
      Docusign has a great CEO. He is very down to earth, smart, scandal-free and accessible. Our work life balance is also very good. In Engineering you will work on the end to end solution. You will see what you work on be used by customers very quickly which is quite satisfying.
      Jan 11
  • New stuY17
    Bah, google is just another job. Prestige is only in your head. Consider the kinds of people you will be working with. I would pick the company that fits your personal style. Since you will be spending the majority of your waking moments at the place, it is significantly more important to pick the right fit than a potential of higher TC because of perks. Fuck perks, show me the money ๐Ÿ™‚
    Jan 10 0
  • Indeed lissomjust
    Google for sure. It's not just prestige, it's quality of coworkers and networking as well as future growth. Only even consider DocuSign if your career is already well-established.
    Jan 10 3
    • New stuY17
      I wouldn't be so sure. This quality is something you can't quantify and Andrei from Google is no different than Vijay at Intuit. People like to masturbate with this shit when it's generally not true. If you're working on a secret, cutting edge project with the brightest in their field than I'll buy your argument, otherwise all of you are cranking out mediocre code and getting the willies in your pants about how smart Tanaka'san is for dropping some serious streams knowledge in your review by pointing out that a for loop is probably more efficient for the 12 things you need to iterate over. Give me a break.

      And networking? What networking? Do you think it's the frat house? It all depends on you and you are a lot more likely to find more interesting people at the battery on a Sunday afternoon than at the google cafeteria at noon on Tuesday.
      Jan 10
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      But the battery requires social skills ๐Ÿ˜ช
      Jan 10
    • New stuY17
      To move forward you need other people so pretty much every aspect of your life is in some way dependent on social skills. I would argue that your job is mostly about maintaining a level of happiness.
      Jan 10
  • DocuSign fkeT22
    gtfo
    Jan 10 0
  • Google MJmN08
    I think Google has lots of room for you to learn and grow. I definitely like it here.
    Jan 10 0