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30 days ago

Senior .NET Developer

Bluetooth SIG, Inc. Kirkland, WA

The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG), the company at the heart of the Bluetooth industry is recruiting! With 24,000 member companies (and… CareerBuilder

30 days ago

Director of Product Management

Bluetooth SIG, Inc. Kirkland, WA

The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG), the company at the heart ofthe Bluetooth industry is hiring! Thisis a chance to work in a fast-paced… CareerBuilder

30 days ago

System Administrator

Bluetooth SIG, Inc. Kirkland, WA

In addition to rocking hundreds of millions of wireless speakers and headphones, Bluetooth technology is primed to be the backbone of the 'Internet… CareerBuilder

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    Zero strategy, inefficient processes

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    I have been working at Bluetooth SIG full-time (more than an year)


    Birthday celebrations, great location, friendly atmosphere, 2 conferences/training a year


    so far out of touch with respect to technology I would say about 5 years behind, building new features on top of shaky platform (mix of technologies) that is heavily customized with absolutely no documentation or what so ever, environments are very highly unstable, too many complexities when things could be so much more simplified. Managers favor people that they have worked with, if you have no prior history you could be in trouble for no fault of yours. Extremely unprofessional environment, yelling screaming using 'f' words. Absolutely horrible program management, lack of good requirements and clear concise user stories, constantly moving targets, No real infrastructure team, no SLAs in place for various online properties, when disaster strikes you are working 48 to 96 hours straight getting things back up because the manager doesn't feel like its worth the investment for DR go figure

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    Don't keep building new features on existing platform, find someone cheap to keep existing production systems running. Use the capacity of internal folks that have been there longer and understands the complexities and challenges and business processes to define the future state platform and execute on it. Look to going into Cloud, your team is doing a horrible job managing the infrastructure

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