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30+ days ago

Watson User Experience (UX) Designer

IBM Austin, TX

Our environment is ever changing and requires a candidate who is flexible, thrives in ambiguity, and can collaborate across cross-functional groups… IBM

1 day ago

User Experience (UX) Designer - Power Systems – new

IBM Austin, TX

IBM Power Systems needs talented and motivated designers to lead an era of user centered innovation at one of the largest software companies in the… IBM

30+ days ago

Hardware Designer

IBM Austin, TX

Include: • Running channel simulations and modeling. • Cadence Printed Circuit Board (PCB) design suite. • Taking signal quality… IBM

30+ days ago

Interactive Designer/Digital Graphics Developer

IBM Austin, TX

include: - Originating innovative and effective front-end interaction experiences, and data visualizations. - Creating visually stunning graphics… IBM

8 days ago

Software Test Specialist

IBM Austin, TX

As a Software Test Engineer, your role will be in one of the following areas: firmware design, development, driver build, test, or customer support… IBM

30+ days ago

Software Designer

IBM Austin, TX

IBM Design is looking for candidates for an educational program that emphasizes a curriculum rooted in IBMs own form of design thinking. The outcomes… IBM

30+ days ago

Software Design Team Lead

IBM Austin, TX

This position offers an excellent opportunity to develop and lead a team of developers with multi disciplinary design skills as well as work with… IBM

1 day ago

Product Management - Intern – new

IBM Austin, TX

Intern will be responsible to work with the Product Management team and specifically focus on evaluating the the market opportunities for a set of… IBM

3 days ago

Cyber Security Command Center Lead Security Analyst

IBM Austin, TX

• Provide incident handling and incident documentation for Sev 2 and 3 incidents • Provide initial investigation of security incidents • Triage and… IBM

9 days ago

Mobile User Experience/User Interface Designer

IBM Austin, TX

include: • Work with customers and internal audiences to understand their business needs • Research and design creative assets, mockups… IBM

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    Wasn't all I hoped it would be

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    Current Employee - Software Developer in Austin, TX
    Current Employee - Software Developer in Austin, TX

    I have been working at IBM full-time (more than 5 years)


    Great people.
    Decent benefits (though not what they once were)
    Reliable employer (the company isn't going to go away any time soon)
    Good work/life balance (you go to your kids' soccer games)


    I came to IBM through an acquisition. When we were acquired, we were told about all of the great opportunities that IBM had to offer, there were sessions about advancing your career, about moving into new job roles, about becoming master inventors or senior scientists. In the end, it was all bull. The opportunities to move up or move into new domains are few and far between, and really come down to patronage and who you know. Most people are pigeon holed, working the same job, keeping their heads down, and hoping their product or team remain intact until they retire. Business decisions are arbitrary and based completely on short term results. Unless you work on a few blessed products, there is little to no innovation. And when you do innovate, opportunists step in and take over the product, driving out the people who did the original work (example... Watson).

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    IBM used to have a reputation as a great place to work... make that the focus again.

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