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Technology-Controllers Technology-Analyst Developer

Goldman Sachs Jersey City, NJ

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Technology, Operations Technology, Analyst Developer

Goldman Sachs Bangalore

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Technology -- IBD Technology-Developer – Data Analyst

Goldman Sachs New York, NY

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Technology, GIR Technology, Java Analyst / Developer

Goldman Sachs New York, NY

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Technology-Financial Risk Technology- Analyst Developer

Goldman Sachs New York, NY

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IMD, GSAM, Business Development Services, Analyst/Associate

Goldman Sachs Tokyo

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Technology-IBD Technology-Application Developer (Analyst\Associate

Goldman Sachs Bangalore

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Technology - GSAM Technology - Senior Analyst developer

Goldman Sachs Bangalore

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Technology-IBD Technology-Java Developer (Analyst\Associate

Goldman Sachs Bangalore

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Goldman Sachs Chairman and CEO Lloyd C. Blankfein
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    Smart people to work with. Tech not as good as they think they are.

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    Current Employee - Associate in New York, NY
    Current Employee - Associate in New York, NY

    I have been working at Goldman Sachs full-time (more than a year)

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    Pros

    -Really smart people to work with.
    -Very understanding senior management. Always open to hearing new ideas.
    -One of the best wall street firms. Great name on the Resume.
    -You get to work on getting requirements, coding and testing. Support is handled by outsourcing firms. Which is a win-win for a developer in my opinion.
    -Keeps you buys. Get to learn a ton.
    -Way ahead of Citi/JP Morgan/BofA in terms of tech.
    -Great compensation.

    Cons

    -If you need green card sponsorship, think twice before investing your time here. Most people do not think about this until its too late. The firm only files for your green card when you have about a year left on your H1B. This uncertainity kind of offsets the benefits of great compensation.
    -Depending on the team you work with, you might end up working on legacy and non-open source tech. (Slang/SecDB - which btw is great technology wise if you plan on staying here for the next 15 years) Good luck trying to find a job with Google/Facebook with that experience.
    -Attitude that the tech stack is best on wall street and cannot be improved on. You'll find data replicated like crazy all over the place. 60% of the tech stack is internal. Impossible to google a solution to something you get stuck in.

    Advice to Management

    Try to get more open source to attract better talent. we are not in the 90's anymore. There's real competition for talent. Being a new grad, my classmates have preferred Google/Facebook over GS for this reason.
    Please also be a little more open minded about technology. There's a lot to learn from the rest of the world.

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