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Neverware Overview

New York, NY
1 to 50 employees
2011
Company - Private
Computer Hardware & Software
$1 to $5 million (USD) per year
Unknown
Neverware is the New York-based developer of the CloudReady operating system.

CloudReady transforms your organization’s computers so they’re secure, easy to manage, and never slow down. Based on Google’s Chromium OS, the same ... Read more

Neverware Reviews

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    I have been working at Neverware full-time (Less than a year)

    Pros

    The people that work at Neverware are brilliant and fun. It is a hard combination to find. They are also passionate about Chrome OS and the product they are introducing to the world. The office is nice and close to multiple subway lines, the kitchen is full of great food, the culture is relaxed, and leadership is very transparent.

    Cons

    It is still a small company so there are times where you will be asked to do things outside of your job title. It is also a flat company so there are not many opportunities for advancement.

    Advice to Management

    Clarification on the vacation policy would be beneficial.

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Neverware Photos

Neverware photo of: Our CEO, shipping himself
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Neverware photo of: Judging annual Iron Chef competition
Neverware photo of: Quick nap in the Ostrich Pillow
Neverware photo of: The early days
Neverware photo of: Our office unicorn (working on getting a zebra)
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Neverware Interviews

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    Interview

    Interviewing was great. The team was interested, interesting, rigorous, but not overly-perfectionist. It felt like a fit from the beginning, and very much a two-way conversation.

    I asked a ton of questions, and the CEO put up with probably 5 times more questions than most other CEO's would, because he knew the value I could bring to the team. That helped me feel totally confident in my decision to leave my prior company and join Neverware.

    Interview Questions

    • When I ask them, how will each of your prior bosses rank your performance on a scale of 1-10?   1 Answer
    • What are your career goals?   1 Answer
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