I have been working at GeoDecisions full-time (More than a year)
GeoDecisions has a wide range of GIS applications which gives you the opportunity to work with some really powerful technologies on cool projects. Management is willing to push towards the cutting edge, which as a developer is a big positive because you are able to work with the latest technologies and products. There are many opportunities to learn and your input is always valued.
Working in a government transportation agencies can be cumbersome, but Geo has done a good job of pulling them into new technologies.
The SDLC can be a big disjointed, but new adoption of new software has helped greatly.
Advice to Management
Keep moving forward and cultivating the technical/product portfolio.
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at GeoDecisions (Dayton, OH) in September 2011.
The interview process was a complete waste of time. The management team conducting the interview(s) were not even working from the same job description / expectation. One-on-one interviews revealed that the team had not even talked to each other prior to meeting with the candidates. HR did a poor job facilitating. Travel coordination was non-existent. Real fire drill. Actually pleased that I was not offered the position.
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