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30+ days ago

Principal Engineer, Network Development

Oracle Redwood City, CA

Organization is responsible for Oracle VM x86, Oracle VM VirtualBox and Oracle VM SPARC. This is a great opportunity to join and participate in… Oracle


13 days ago

Software Developer - Architect

Oracle Corporation Redwood City, CA +3 locations

technical and business impact. As a Sr. Principal Software Engineer you will be… Experteer


14 days ago

Software Developer 4

Oracle Corporation San Francisco, CA

technical and business impact. As a Sr. Principal Software Architect/Engineer you… Experteer


14 days ago

Software Developer 5

Oracle Corporation San Francisco, CA

As a Sr. Principal Software Architect/Engineer you will own and lead software architecture and… Experteer


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    Pros

    Solid company. Great benefits. Excellent brand recognition. If you are on a team that is well run and isn't faced with internal competition, you have the potential to work in a very collaborative environment where you will be challenged to contribute your best. Expectations are high, but the quality of talent around you is also high. The resources and tools around you are top-notch. You will learn and grow.

    Cons

    If you are in a group where there is either internal competition (such as multiple groups doing similar jobs) or a lack of a stable history (constant restructurings, name changes or leadership changes) you may be faced with heavy politics, people throwing others under the bus and a constant worrying of whether your job will continue to exist.

    Annual raises have been nonexistent for entire divisions over the last couple of years.

    Many people have left and returned to Oracle because that was the only way they would get their fair market value. The company has caught on to this and is heavily discouraging that practice.

    A manage-up culture.

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    Disband overlapping job functions once and for all.
    Provide annual raises to your top 50% of employees.
    Continue providing excellent benefits.

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