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27 days ago

Linux Server Monitoring Engineer

New Relic Seattle, WA

This is a challenging and exciting space. Our current code leverages Unix and the standard libraries heavily to support a wide variety for… New Relic

27 days ago

Windows Server Monitoring

New Relic Seattle, WA

As a Windows Server Monitoring Engineer, you’ll get to crack open Windows, dig around in the internals, and get excited about the performance secrets… New Relic

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    I've worked many places...New Relic is *by* *far* the best of them all...

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    Current Employee - Principal Software Engineer  in  Seattle, WA
    Current Employee - Principal Software Engineer in Seattle, WA

    I have been working at New Relic full-time for more than a year


    ***This is an update to my previous review.***

    I've been here going on two years, and New Relic is *still* my favorite place to work.

    I wanted to update my previous review, because two of the "cons" in my previous review have been addressed by the company:

    - Health insurance options. They changed health insurance providers and added an additional option. The net result is the health insurance coverage in Washington state are top notch, good quality offering at a decent rate. It is (now) definitely in line with other major companies in the area (in particular, it's as good as Amazon was when I worked there).
    - Office location. We've moved to our permanent office. Not only is it a great office, but it is much more centrally located and more accessible to transportation options. Only disadvantage transportation-wise to the new location is parking is more expensive than the old office.


    Company is growing quite fast and I am concerned about growing pains -- will our culture continue as we grow? I know it will change, but will it get better or worse? This is an unknown at this time.

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    Keep doing what you are doing...keep concerned about impact of growth on the culture, but keep growing.

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