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2 days ago

Sr Dir - Product Development - USA (B) – new

BMC Software San Jose, CA

include: • Leading and managing multiple scrum teams tasked with rapid delivery of critical functionality. • Driving a culture of agile… BMC Software

2 days ago

Assoc Product Developer - USA (B) – new

BMC Software San Jose, CA

As a Software Developer at BMC, you are responsible for designing, coding, and unit testing project assignments. You'll work with Senior Developers… BMC Software

5 days ago

Lead Product Developer, Incubator Team - USA (B)

BMC Software San Jose, CA

As a member of the Incubator team, the candidate is expected to don multiple hats of Product Development (architecting, designing as well as hands-on… BMC Software

22 days ago

R&D Solutions Architect - USA (B)

BMC Software San Jose, CA

- Provide technical leadership, working with an engineering team of engineers- Help drive the strategy and technical direction of our products and… BMC Software

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    Layoffs are the primary way of improving operating margin at the cost of loss of knowledge

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    Former Employee - Senior Software Engineer in San Jose, CA
    Former Employee - Senior Software Engineer in San Jose, CA

    I worked at BMC Software full-time (more than 5 years)


    Salary and benefits are usually above average. Most low-level managers are good. Mainframe hardware and working environment is one of the best in the industry.


    Every quarter, you read the report reading between the lines to see if the axe could fall on you, and whether or not to contact head hunters. High-level management does not pay attention to biennial employee surveys. Layoffs usually hit the people who have the best product knowledge, requiring the rest to cover even more stuff while trying to learn.

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    Stop listening to the accountants. Growth isn't forever. Value your employees.

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