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(The Local)   Apparently, even working for Candy Crush is addictive. Sounds pretty sweet   (thelocal.se) divider line 5
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2013-11-14 11:24:35 PM  
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llortcM_yllort: Weird to see a video game company at the top of a list like this.  They're usually notorious for being terrible places to work.  Maybe it's different in Sweden?


While there are plenty of crappy game companies to work for, there are also many awesome ones.  While it's not a determining factor, the more money a company makes, often times the more perks/nicer the place is to work.  I've worked the range from giant game company to small and I've personally had positive experiences.  Of course I've heard lots of horror stories from people who've worked for places like EA or Activision.  It all depends on the company though.  Ones that tend to take pride in their work and try to produce great products tend to take pride in their employees and seek to keep them happy.
2013-11-14 09:36:36 PM  
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you can download something that is almost indistinguishable to candy crush and is free.
2013-11-14 05:57:25 PM  
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It's always fun to work for a company that is literally printing money so you don't have to do any real work.
2013-11-14 05:00:06 PM  
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skozlaw: Oh. You mean the malware company that uses JavaScript injected into advertising networks to spam their shiatty apps by popping up the Play / iTunes app to their install page when you're trying to read compromised websites?

Fark them. I hope their office burns down with everyone inside.


I refuse to install it for that very reason.

Much the same as I refused to get an X10 camera.
2013-11-14 04:18:32 PM  
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Oh. You mean the malware company that uses JavaScript injected into advertising networks to spam their shiatty apps by popping up the Play / iTunes app to their install page when you're trying to read compromised websites?

Fark them. I hope their office burns down with everyone inside.
 
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