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30+ days ago

Development Product Engineering Professional

IBM Austin, TX

• Demonstrated experience with electrical design development tools and methods, and lab verification. • Experience with lab… IBM


16 hrs ago

Product Engineering Professional – new

IBM Austin, TX

include providing technical expertise to the Field on problem determination/isolation, then providing action plans to resolve client issues. The… IBM


9 days ago

Experienced Mobile Software Engineer

IBM Austin, TX

designers, developers, project and product managers • Integrate with emerging… IBM


9 days ago

Mobile User Experience/User Interface Designer

IBM Austin, TX

• Collaborate with other mobile designers, software engineers, product managers, project managers and… IBM


30+ days ago

Technical Support Professional

IBM Austin, TX

IBM System and Technology Group (STG) is providing opportunities for careers in Information Technology and Development Support leveraging open and… IBM


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    Wasn't all I hoped it would be

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    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)

    Pros

    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)

    Cons

    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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