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  1. "Takes care of their employees, but no longer on the cutting edge."

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    Former Employee - Entry Level Software Engineer in Middletown, NJ
    Former Employee - Entry Level Software Engineer in Middletown, NJ
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    Pros

    Very friendly and relaxed company atmosphere. Employees are outgoing and intelligent. On top of this, it is a well established company whose success is mostly dependent on the world relying on their legacy technology (opinion). Great campus to work at, equipped with a gym and a cafeteria. Management that I dealt with was always kind, understanding and intelligent. First experience with agile development and I feel they adopted it well.

    Cons

    Stagnant environment, many of the employees are senior with less aggression with respect to innovation as retirement approaches. Keep in mind that I only worked in one small section in the company and the views may be entirely different for employees working on other platforms as it still is such a large company.

    Advice to Management

    You are the 23rd largest company in the world by measure of assets and revenue. Step up to the plate and start making huge strides in innovation! You invented the telephone, information theory, the transistor, the laser, C, Unix, and many more. Modern computing wouldn't exist without you and if you have any salt in your loins, you'd make sure the future of computing wouldn't as well.