Founded in 2004 and profitable since 2008, Tagged is a market leader in social discovery with over 300 million registered members in 220 countries who make over 100 million new social connections every month.
Mission: Tagged makes social discovery products that enable anyone to meet and socialize with new people. Our mission is to help everyone feel love and belonging, and we're...
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Careers at Tagged.
Tagged makes social discovery products that enable anyone to meet and socialize with new people. We facilitate over 100 million new social connections every month.
Anyone. Anywhere. Anytime.
We are working toward a vision where anyone can use a device to instantly connect with interesting people anytime, anywhere. Meet a friend. Make a business contact. Play a game. Find a date. It’s not social networking – it’s social discovery.
Work that changes lives.
With over 330 million registered members in 196 countries, we serve a massive global audience. Our products are changing how people interact. Every team member can make an awesome impact.
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Employees are “Satisfied” 38 ratings
69% of the CEO 31 ratings
Former Visual Designer in San Francisco, CA (US)
Pros: - Tight-knit team: made some long-lasting and great friends here
- Really smart people, great place to learn how to run a large scale website
- Company is doing extremely well; it's fun to be part of a successful story – Full Review
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in San Francisco, CA (US) Feb 2014 – Reviewed Apr 17, 2014
Interview Details I was contacted by a HR for background check, phone interview with the same HR person, phone interview with the Engineering manager, coding two exercises given before the on-site interview, the on-site interview which took about 4 hours with 5 engineers. It was very professional and "no-bullshit… – Full Interview
The one that I haven't had good explanation was about "Lockless resource sharing among different threads"? – Answer Question