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30+ days ago

Software Developer - Semi OEM Solutions

The PEER Group Villach

Working with our customers in the Semiconductor tool manufacturing industry, in this role you will become an expert in development, testing… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Junior Software Engineer

The PEER Group Villach

You are skilled in C# programming - with a solid understanding of the Microsoft.NET framework. You are interested in software engineering in… Glassdoor

13 days ago

Integration Engineer

The PEER Group Dresden, Germany and Villach, Austria

We would be happy to receive your letter of application. Your expertise should include: • Experienced with… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Senior Application Engineer

The PEER Group Villach

We would be happy to receive your letter of application. Your expertise should include: • Methods for improvement of… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Senior Software Engineer

The PEER Group Villach

We would be happy to receive your letter of application.Your areas of… Glassdoor

The PEER Group Reviews

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Mike Kropp, P. Eng.
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    caveat emptor

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    Former Employee - Software Developer
    Former Employee - Software Developer

    I worked at The PEER Group full-time (more than an year)


    Good starting place for the inexperienced and won't drive you into an early grave.
    Most of your co workers are easy going.
    Very pro women. (Almost all the project management and much of senior management is female. )
    HR does a few fun things to engage people and offset the conservative clique culture.
    Family friendly.


    Range of technologies and project types are limited 90% microsoft (WPF) projects. Possibility of getting stuck with a legacy project (more than 10 years old) which means career death and must be avoided at all costs.

    Late/incorrect resource allocation harming projects and management not accepting the impact this will have on schedule. You might end up having to suck it up without even an apology.

    Management culture does not get current tech culture (lacks vision and a bit awkward, zero googliness . )

    Dependent on a handful of critical clients which has hurt them in the past.

    Some of the leadership didn't understand the projects they were running. Client communication is spotty so you must carefully check the information you are given since it can be way off the mark leading to frustration and screw ups. (Set up to fail)

    There are a few interesting people here and there but be careful since not all the smiles are sincere. Beware of getting thrown under the buss.

    There are those who will find this company to be OK/safe and those who will find it boring, dead end and alienating. So caveat emptor

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Diversify your client base.

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