Mission: To build meaningful software solutions for critical biomedical and business challenges worldwide by providing uncompromising quality and affordability.
I have been working at SemanticBits full-time (More than 8 years)
SemanticBits has to be the most liberal, flexible, friendly and BS-free IT shop I have worked at in NoVA over last 15 years. This is because the management at SemanticBits knows probably one of the most important principles of empowering their employees: give folks challenging and interesting work, give them the tools they ask for, remove all barriers and any nonsense, and then… step aside and see work getting done.
As most of companies in the tristate area, SemanticBits works mainly on the government contracts, and not all government agencies are created equal. There are agencies, like CMS, that embrace latest tech, the cloud, and agile, but there are sometimes agencies that drown in bureaucracy and archaic processes… Fortunately, the latter are rare, but such contracts occur occasionally.
Advice to Management
Keep stepping up the marketing and diversify the contracts portfolio.
I applied online. I interviewed at SemanticBits.
I found it very unprofessional and shady. I personally would stay away from
Them. After multiple interviews they just seemed shady based on their requests and they never get back to you. My advice stay away
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