I have been working at Riversand Technologies (More than 5 years)
The Product is in a great growing domain. Opportunity to work on latest technology. Lot of experienced senior members willing to share their knowledge and help you grow.
Nothing specific to this company. Just the extended hours associated with most technology companies and working with offshore teams.
Advice to Management
Have more periodical internal management meetings to keep all the staff up to date on the happenings of the company.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Riversand Technologies (Houston, TX) in July 2011.
They found my resume online and called me in. I got to their office and the man that I talked to on the phone asks me to wait. While I wait people are coming in and roaming around for places to work. Apparently their office is too small for the amount of staff they have..so why am I here? Anyway, 2 guys come up to the front to interview me - one is wearing flip flops and a T-shirt, the other doesn't bother to introduce himself. We hunt around for a place to conduct the interview and then they ask me basic questions on programming. I am no good because honestly, it is my second interview after college, and I'm not prepared. The nameless guy asks most of the questions because the other guy is texting someone. Occasionally they would look at each other and smirk. By the end, I don't want this job and they don't want me. They hand me back my resume which I find a little insulting.
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