Vidigami FAQ

Have questions about working at Vidigami? Read answers to frequently asked questions to help you make a choice before applying to a job or accepting a job offer.

Whether it's about compensation and benefits, culture and diversity, or you're curious to know more about the work environment, find out from employees what it's like to work at Vidigami.

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6 English questions out of 6

March 1, 2019

Does Vidigami have any mentoring programs?

Pros

Incredible work atmosphere and work/life balance. The team dynamic at this company is the best I have ever experienced. You get the feeling that everyone is working together to solve whatever problem the team is faced with. The core dev team of front end, back end, and QA are in constant communication, giving a real feeling that you're involved in every part of what is going in. The mentorship on the dev team is also amazing. The senior engineers on the team are highly competent and always willing to explain how elements of the system work (though sometimes in too much detail). The team here is constantly improving and investing in professional development.

Cons

Sometimes the dev team has difficulty distributing the work between engineers. I think this is a growing pain that comes with being a startup. If something is high enough priority, there can sometimes be members of the team who are extremely busy, while others do very little. Meetings tend to last longer than they should.

Advice to Management

Try to distribute the knowledge of the core systems among more team members so that work can be distributed easier. Limit meeting times.

The mentorship on the dev team is also amazing.

March 1, 2019

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September 13, 2019

What is the company culture like at Vidigami?

Pros

Great culture Super fun friendly office Pizza Friday’s Flexi time

Cons

Being micro managed was a downfall

Great culture

September 13, 2019

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March 11, 2021

What are co-workers like at Vidigami?

Pros

Friendly and supportive team, lots of space to share ideas and suggestions

Cons

There were no cons to working here.

Friendly and supportive team, lots of space to share ideas and suggestions

March 11, 2021

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March 1, 2019

What is the work environment like at Vidigami?

Pros

Incredible work atmosphere and work/life balance. The team dynamic at this company is the best I have ever experienced. You get the feeling that everyone is working together to solve whatever problem the team is faced with. The core dev team of front end, back end, and QA are in constant communication, giving a real feeling that you're involved in every part of what is going in. The mentorship on the dev team is also amazing. The senior engineers on the team are highly competent and always willing to explain how elements of the system work (though sometimes in too much detail). The team here is constantly improving and investing in professional development.

Cons

Sometimes the dev team has difficulty distributing the work between engineers. I think this is a growing pain that comes with being a startup. If something is high enough priority, there can sometimes be members of the team who are extremely busy, while others do very little. Meetings tend to last longer than they should.

Advice to Management

Try to distribute the knowledge of the core systems among more team members so that work can be distributed easier. Limit meeting times.

Incredible work atmosphere and work/life balance.

March 1, 2019

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March 1, 2019

What are working conditions like at Vidigami?

Pros

Incredible work atmosphere and work/life balance. The team dynamic at this company is the best I have ever experienced. You get the feeling that everyone is working together to solve whatever problem the team is faced with. The core dev team of front end, back end, and QA are in constant communication, giving a real feeling that you're involved in every part of what is going in. The mentorship on the dev team is also amazing. The senior engineers on the team are highly competent and always willing to explain how elements of the system work (though sometimes in too much detail). The team here is constantly improving and investing in professional development.

Cons

Sometimes the dev team has difficulty distributing the work between engineers. I think this is a growing pain that comes with being a startup. If something is high enough priority, there can sometimes be members of the team who are extremely busy, while others do very little. Meetings tend to last longer than they should.

Advice to Management

Try to distribute the knowledge of the core systems among more team members so that work can be distributed easier. Limit meeting times.

I think this is a growing pain that comes with being a startup.

March 1, 2019

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