@Glassdoor you recommended via email a (hopefully) wildly mismatched job for me—but gave me no way to get you that feedback. I have nothing again serving Jamba Juice but I have been a programmer analyst for 25 years. . . So something is wrong with your algorithm!
Just for reference, @Glassdoor is not a good reference for checking out if a start-up is batshiat crazzy. Start-ups can and often do juice these ratings. The best barometer for testing company crazy is taking a few senior devs out for coffee or beer.
I'm fairly certain a former employer has recently decided to spam Glassdoor with seemingly fake positive reviews to juice their appearance in google results. It's kind of sad in the most pathetic way possible.
Just started looking at Glassdoor reviews trying to find the old company I did this for, and I literally found an anecdote of someone shouting "juice!". WTF. Do they all just work from the same playbook...?