I have been working at Edaptive Computing full-time
A dynamic, small-but-growing business, engaged in a wide array of meaningful work. The range of efforts in which ECI is involved keeps the company - and the workforce - from being vulnerable to the termination of individual contracts. A highly talented population of hardware and software developers applies fresh approaches to solve challenging problems in applications and systems development, in hardware and software security, and in workflow and supply chain optimization. The owners take an active role in everyday operation, and are very accessible. Flexible, well-defined processes and a team-based project management structure keep projects on track without handcuffing developers and managers.
Currently performing a higher proportion of federal contract work than is probably ideal, given the government's tendency to rearrange their own priorities and funding levels based on political, economic, and budgetary conditions. Owner involvement level can seem intrusive to employees who aren't accustomed to the small business environment.
Advice to Management
Diversify the portfolio of work. Continue to keep every employee apprised of the company vision and their role in it. Be sure to treat each employee with the respect with which you have treated me. (I haven't seen a single example in which they haven't; I just don't assume!)
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Edaptive Computing.
Very confusing interview process. During it, a couple of HR representatives "moved on". So, talked to several different people as a result. Also, was offered 4 different job descriptions during the interview process. It was like they couldn't either decide where they wanted to use my talents or they just didn't know what positions they had. Very confusing. Turned down offer.
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