- How common to not be working with scalable systems? I’m a developer (not at Cisco) who works on both front end and back end projects. I work for a big data company, but don’t actually work on the Hadoop/Spark projects themselves. I work on UIs and do some back end and systems work (doesn’t feel too algorithmic) that may consume the output of these jo
- Thought: Facebook isn't a tech company, but a tech heavy social networking/social media company As I'm graduating from college(computer science), a few of my friends tell me that I should take Facebook's offer because it's a great and in demand "tech" company. In my opinion, Facebook isn't a tech company. It's a social networking company. It's all online, so there's a lot of technical things
- Huge difference between FB etc & Google - I Recently I interviewed at some of the top paying companies and I got rejected by almost all, here is my experience. I am not sad because I faced interview on my own terms and was willing to wait for another year/ goto tier-2 or so instead of compromising. I am 15 years exp, domain expert in my doma
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- vote Does it make sense to breakdown giant tech companies strickly from the point of view of consumer?? For example: 1. Will consumer/advertisers benefits more when we have Instagram, WhatsApp, Facebook, etc etc as different companies and compete with each other?? User can switch platform if they don't like the policy and operations of one company.. 2. Can AWS serve their customer better if they are
- link The 250 Most Effectively Managed U.S. Companies—and How They Got That Way https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-most-effectively-managed-u-s-companiesand-how-they-got-that-way-1512482887 " Amazon.com Inc. tops the list of the nation’s most effectively managed businesses. On the online retail juggernaut’s heels are Apple Inc. and Google parentAlphabet Inc . , in second and thi