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What it’s like to work at Snapchat, one of the most secretive companies in tech

When a group of Snapchat employees got locked out of their building one Monday morning, they quickly realized their predicament was no accident. A top-secret Snapchat team had swooped in overnight and taken over the office, de-activating the keycards of the current tenants in the process. The secret newcomers eventually allowed their colleagues back into the building and partitioned the space, while a third group of Snapchat engineers that was scheduled to move into the same building that morning was left to keep working on plastic tables in a crowded, barely renovated house.
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