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30+ days ago

Full-Stack Engineer – Apply on Glassdoor

Lab49 New York, NY

At Lab49 we build applications. Fast applications. We engineer the most forward-thinking systems in the industry. Think… Lab49


30+ days ago

Front-End Web Developer – Apply on Glassdoor

Lab49 New York, NY

At Lab49 we build applications. Fast applications. Working alongside our UX specialists, we engineer the most forward-thinking systems in the… Lab49


30+ days ago

Senior Java Developer – Apply on Glassdoor

Lab49 New York, NY

Lab49’s Java projects are usually involved in building server-side applications that encapsulate the workflow, processing, and business logic of our… Lab49


30+ days ago

User Experience (UX) Architect – Apply on Glassdoor

Lab49 New York, NY

Our UX Architects work with our development teams and customers, envisioning and designing the applications we create. You will be responsible for… Lab49


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    Still the elite consulting co they set out to be

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    Pros

    If you want to be a great engineer: you'll get encouragement, support and recognition. How many employers can you say that of? If you want to work on X, management will sincerely try to get you the chance to work on X. Which for a consulting company is not easy. You get to introduce new technologies/stacks to clients, and that's exciting. Projects for clients are Lab managed - no T&M work. Smart, effective, interesting people make a culture that's somewhere between a startup and a consulting co, a good balance.

    Cons

    The project model is evolving, and the methodology can be onerous as the kinks are worked out. That said, being on Lab managed projects is a whole lot better that being a resource on a client-managed project. New technologies are risky, and Lab eats that risk, which can be stressful.

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    Hang in there and fight the good fight :)


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