Collaborating with management, customers, and other engineering teams, the SDK Engineer is a lynchpin ensuring the platform and services delivered are reliable and easy to use. Candidates local to San Francisco or willing to relocate are preferred, although individuals with proven experience working remotely will also be considered.
I am a current student here in Denver and the product here sucks. We've lost so many instructors to the point we are down to 6 instructors for the last 15 weeks for over students. At the worst point, we were down to 4 instructors when 2 of them took vacations.
Half of the instructors are resident instructors, which do not have enough experience to walk through coding questions without them asking for help themselves. The queue for asking questions on coding blockers takes over 3 days to get a response. The lead instructors stopped requiring us to complete all the course work due to the majority of students falling behind, further robbing us of coding experience in other technologies.
They have decreased our hours of operation because instructors are getting burned out due to being over-worked since there is a lack of instructors.
When asking for help we are told to figure it out ourselves in order to prepare ourselves for the working environment, even when we have been stuck on a project for almost 2 weeks. Instead of being honest, the lead instructor and program director have lied to us several times about the untimely departure of all the instructors when they tell us they just found out about them leaving just days earlier.
Only to be secretly told through innuendos by resident instructors that they would be leaving 5 weeks earlier. Not only can they not hire qualified instructors in a timely manner, they cannot resolve internal issues with course support programs, ie: It seems that they have become like the majority of colleges around the country where all they care about is the almighty dollar from student tuition and not care about the quality of education and quality of coders graduating from the course.
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