There’s something special about being an engineer at TUNE. It’s more than just working in a fast-paced environment with the newest technologies or having your headquarters in the heart of Seattle’s booming tech-industry.[bctt tweet=”Engineers at TUNE have the opportunity to immerse themselves in an environment built around team camaraderie.” username=”tune”]
Being an engineer at TUNE means you have the autonomy to choose the technologies that are best equipped for solving problems, and immediately make impactful decisions. An engineer at TUNE has the opportunity to immerse yourself in an environment built around team camaraderie, with various venues for all personalities. It also means having a leadership team that believes in you and supports a culture where engineers can know and relate to just about everyone on the engineering side.
These immediate team impacts can be seen throughout the engineering organization. Heather Wade is the Dev Manager on the TUNE Marketing Console Data Infrastructure team, and her team was given the opportunity to replace a system that was approaching the end of its life due to a massive increase in the scale of data we process at TUNE. Her team was tasked with applying their full focus to its replacement, and designing the new system in a way that would unlock new features in TUNE’s next generation of products. They were given the autonomy to research new technologies and prototypes to solve these challenges, and are now completing the engineering work necessary to produce the new system. After working closely with product managers and other engineering teams, they were able to tap into a clear vision for the future of the product. Wade says, “It is very fulfilling to spend your day using cutting edge technologies to solve real problems for our customers.”
Hear more about what it is like to be an engineer at TUNE with our latest video, talking about the importance of camaraderie. Watch the video for reflections on our annual engineering retreat, Geeks in the Woods. The retreat inspired them to reflect on TUNE’s unique culture and share how it fits all personalities and provides engineers the environment to succeed.[bctt tweet=”Our engineering leadership understands how important it is to have strong relationships as the company grows.” username=”tune”]
From the top down, our engineering leadership understands how important it is to have venues and strong relationships as the company continues to grow. As John Bender, Director of Engineering says, “This environment is real, it’s not just words, it’s not just pictures, it’s not just videos. This is our lives and it matters to us. We want to spend our time with people we know, care about, and root for.”
Check out our other Engineering Life at TUNE video as John and Cody describe TUNE’s autonomous culture.
Becky is the Senior Content Marketing Manager at TUNE. Before TUNE, she led a variety of marketing and communications projects at San Francisco startups. Becky received her bachelor's degree in English from Wake Forest University. After living nearly a decade in San Francisco and Seattle, she has returned to her home of Charleston, SC, where you can find her enjoying the sun and salt water with her family.