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25 days ago

Windows Developer - Application

Autodesk Toronto

Do you want to make software that matters to millions? Autodesks Advanced Consumer Group is looking for Windows Developers that care as much about… Autodesk


8 days ago

Intern, Design

Autodesk Toronto

Co-op title: Design Intern Digital Arts Duration: 4 months Start: Jan 5, 2014 Autodesk is seeking a talented and self-motivated Design student… Autodesk


22 days ago

Seek Project Manager

Autodesk Toronto

This is a key role within the Autodesk Consulting (AC) organization that works directly with customers in the US and Europe. The individual will be… Autodesk


1 day ago

Cloud Infrastructure and Operations Engineer, Autodesk Consumer Group – new

Autodesk Toronto

As a global leader in 3D design, engineering, and entertainment software, Autodesk helps people imagine, design, and create a better world. The… Autodesk


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    Pros

    There are pockets of innovation and the company is financially well to be able to afford investment in trying new things (like 3D printing/manufacturing and design). Because of the dominance of the products used in the industry, you are able to meet many cool people in the industry and see the projects they work on, which are sometimes setting the benchmark in what they do. Overall very exciting stuff!

    Cons

    Way too much emphasis on MBAs and management type idiots who have no clue about the actual workings of the industry, and the majority have no personal attachment or interest in computers, software or computer graphics (they have not used any of the internally developed products and cannot differentiate theirs from the competition). These people are sapping the life-force of the company, from the people who can actually contribute to the health of it. Sad, but true. Autodesk has an incredible legacy, and honorable roots... once upon a time.

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    Remove the layer of fat (MBA types) or it's going to end badly.

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