Work For Twitter - Hilarious!
Written by Lucy Black   
Saturday, 28 January 2012

Why work at Twitter when you could work at Google? We have a video that gives you the inside story on Twitter's work package and it's hilarious!

While it is generally recognized that the top job slot is working for Google - all that free food, fun and 20% time that results in projects that can be closed down a few months later - Twitter isn't a bad choice either. 

Now to prove to you that Twitter really is the place to work, we have "At Twitter, The Future is You!", which is a very funny parody of why you might want to work at any high tech company. In case you don't know who the man trying to keep a straight face is, it is CEO Dick Costolo.

Twitter describes the video as:

#hackweek project: make the best/worst recruiting video of all time. Done.

Enough of the introduction - just watch, it is very funny:

      

 

And by the way they seem to be serious about wanting you to apply for a job and Join the Flock Today!

To find out more about jobs at Twitter visit: http://www.twitter.com/jobs or @jointheflock

The question is does this video make you want to work at Twitter as a backend engineer?

Who cares? Let's hope that Google, Facebook and the rest think it is a good idea and make similarly amusing videos to waste our bandwidth.

 

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