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30+ days ago

Senior Infrastructure Consultant

Red Hat Inc. Frankfurt am Main

The Red Hat Consulting Services team is seeking a Senior Infrastructure Consultant to join us in Frankfurt, Germany. In this role, you will lead the… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Middleware Consultant

Red Hat Inc. Frankfurt am Main

Red Hat Consulting (RHC) is seeking a Middleware Consultant to join us in Frankfurt, Germany. In this role, you will act as the key Red Hat… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Inside Sales Account Representative - Germany

Red Hat Frankfurt am Main

The Red Hat Sales team is seeking an Inside Sales Account Representative to join us in Munich, Germany. In this role, you will be teamed with a… Glassdoor


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    People are passionate, committed, and capable. "Dead Weight" is rare on a team. Most teams are flexible and allow you to maintain an excellent work/life balance.

    Cons

    - While the technology used is often new and interesting, the problems being solved tend to be dry and uninteresting.
    - Development teams have little input about customer requirements/needs
    - There is a large gap of missing information from people in the field versus those designing/building products.
    - Some teams become process heavy and seem to over complicate the work they are doing.
    - Red Hatters tend to be a different sort of people, they are more vocal on what they like/dislike on mailing lists with several sounding "whiny" at times.
    - Company is growing and losing the 'startup' feel

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    Development teams are often building products with little to no input about the desired customers needs/wants. Product Management (if it is even available) is not gathering enough information from customers and passing it to developers. End result is developers are guessing at details of features without having a good understanding of the customer. It would be helpful if there were ways to increase interactions with those in the field (support/solutions architects/consultants) with the engineering teams. In my experience the teams operate as separate silos with minimal interaction.

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