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I worked at Cloud9 Analytics as a contractor (Less than a year)
I was interviewed by six bright and motivated people - my future team. An hour on the phone, and 4 hours face to face. I was to work on Groovy/Grails BI application
After my first week I was switched to a team that I never interviewed with - very dysfuncational - very toxic. Their task is to maintain very large legacy code base, which is not documented, complex, and very hard to understand. None of the team understands the big picture. They are hostile to any new comer that asks any question. Management gave me support - in writing - understanding that their server team was dysfunctional- then in a week turned around and terminated my contract.
Advice to Management
Understand why your server team (3 people out of 25) is dysfunctional and toxic and take measure to get rid of the toxic legacy code that is source of the problem. Get best-of-the-best open source to replace the legacy code. Get rid of the toxicity or it will infect the rest of the company.