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Raytheon BBN Technologies Overview

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Cambridge, MA
501 to 1000 employees
Subsidiary or Business Segment
Computer Hardware & Software
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
SRI International, Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, ALPHATECH SYSTEMS & CONSULTING
Raytheon BBN Technologies solves real problems through the creation and disciplined application of advanced technology. With expertise spanning information security, speech and language processing, networking, distributed systems, and sensing and control systems, our scientists ... Read more

Mission: We believe:

Hiring great minds allows us to tackle challenging work, which then attracts more great people.

The work we do can have a massive impact on the way we live.

Making connections between technologies and ... Read more

Raytheon BBN Technologies Reviews

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    Former Employee - Engineer in Burlington, MA
    Former Employee - Engineer in Burlington, MA
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    I worked at Raytheon BBN Technologies full-time (More than 3 years)


    benefits , networking, great people very inspiring


    can be extremely competitive, and the commute on 128 is brutal

    Advice to Management

    thank you. it was awesome

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Raytheon BBN Technologies Photos

Raytheon BBN Technologies photo of: Speech, language & multimedia scientists
Raytheon BBN Technologies photo of: Organizing BBN staff donations for Operaiton American Soldier
Raytheon BBN Technologies photo of: Relaxing in the library
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Raytheon BBN Technologies Interviews



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    Software Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate
    No Offer


    I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Raytheon BBN Technologies.


    The initial communications was a bit spotty but over all ended up working. I was told to come in, but not what I was in for (time it will take, how many people, etc).

    I was taken up to HR and given a primer on the company. Not terribly useful as I had already learned most of it (it being the reason I applied in the first place).

    I was then taken to about 3 different divisions and given an interview with one or two people at each. Over all the entire process took the entire day. Not unusual, but some warning would have been appreciated.

    Overall the interview process was fairly typical for a software job, however looking back it was a bit intense for an entry level job. But I cannot fault them for wanting a more serious atmosphere. Not a hard interview, but lengthy.

    For questions: there were no puzzles, just technical questions and review of prior work I had done independently and during summers in college.

    Interview Questions

    • Raster ordering for images. Not difficult, just unexpected. I honestly was expecting something more involved since I was going after a vision related position.   1 Answer
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Raytheon BBN Technologies Awards & Accolades

  • Internet Hall of Fame, Internet Society, 2013
  • National Medal of Technology and Innovation, The National Science and Technology Medals Foundation, 2012
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