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Java Developers

Causata London, England

You must have a good educational background: a degree with at least a II.1 in a technical subject from a top university in the UK or abroad… Glassdoor

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Java Developers (all experience levels)

Causata London, England

* Building innovative user interfaces to visualise and manipulate huge amounts of data. We are looking for engineers with all levels… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Front-end Javascript Developer

Causata London, England

We believe that a great design is at the heart of any successful product, and we work very closely with Design, UX and our customers. You should… Glassdoor

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    Working at NICE was boring and depressing

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    Former Employee - Software Engineer  in  London, England (UK)
    Former Employee - Software Engineer in London, England (UK)

    I worked at NICE Systems full-time for more than 5 years


    Nice offices in a fairly good location.
    Ideal if you enjoy pretending to be busy because it's unlikely anyone will know what you are doing.
    There's nothing else positive that I can add.


    Many of the engineers are not good enough to develop the product they are trying to sell.
    No budget/time to send anyone on training courses resulting in careers stagnating.
    Most who were good at their jobs (technical or otherwise) moved on due to poor pay and incompetence.
    A succession of terrible CTOs resulting in poorly designed software.
    Poor morale.
    Most time spent firefighting.
    Salaries below average, no raise for ~4 years.
    Made redundant and then screwed out of redundancy pay.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Find out who is good at their jobs and reward them. Stop replacing people with random Israelis.

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