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  • Watch our new video - filmed entirely with Cisco employees - and see if you can catch the easter eggs. Can you solve the code? Find the security "bug?" (Watch again if you need to.) Then apply to come join us on our colorful adventures. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMaMQ
    http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMaMM

  • Ron R. shares his experience as a GSX Elevator Pitch Contest Judge and his five lessons on how to be ready for your pressure-cooker moment. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMCko

    Welcome to the Pressure Cooker: How Will You Perform?

    Life At Cisco I learned a lot from my friend and Cisco's former CEO, John Chambers, and he would always tell me: "You learn the most about people when they are under pressure." It's a fascinating personal and professional development question: how will you react to pressure, pressure so intense it makes your heart race and your forehead drip?

  • "Sitting is the new smoking" ��

    Cheryl shares ways to help you add more movement to your day.
    http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMCBJ

    Are You Guility of Sitting Too Much?

    Life At Cisco How many of you are guilty of having spent hours upon hours sitting at your desk with little to no movement? I put myself in the top 2%! I work hard, starting at 6:30 am and usually ending around 5 pm or later.

  • Before- United States Air Force Pararescueman.
    After- Program Manager at Cisco.

    Brian S. will share his 4 tips for veteran transition on today's blog. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMA7j

  • In today's blog, Anamaria shares how she became Cisco's Cookie Queen �� and her recipe for recruiting top talent for Cisco. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMA5N

    The Cisco Cookie Queen Bakes up a Recipe for Hiring in the Future!

    Life At Cisco You know what always brings people together? Cookies! ?? I LOVE making cookies. There's just something about sweating away in the kitchen, my hair powdered with flour, my face smeared with chocolate, ingredients all over the counter that I find rewarding.

  • From preemie to coder, Cisco Engineer Courtney B. shares how her daughter has loved technology since a young age. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMaMx

    Preemie to Coder: I am her #1 Biggest Fan

    Life At Cisco My daughter is a force to be reckoned with. Morgan was born at 25 weeks and 1 day weighing only 1 pound and 5 ounces. Before she was able to leave the hospital, she had multiple milestones to overcome including learning how to breathe.

  • When a complete stranger at an elevator reminds you just how amazing Cisco's culture is. Read Ed's story on today's blog. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQZ6c

    Living By Cisco's Principles

    Life At Cisco You never know who you're going to meet, or what reminders are out there for you with each new day. While attending this year's GSX (Cisco's annual sales conference) in Las Vegas, I stepped into a hotel elevator and met an elderly woman.

  • Need a reason to apply to be a Cisco Intern? Riley gives you SIX! >> http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQobX

    6 Reasons for Doing an Internship at Cisco

    Life At Cisco Blog post written by Cisco intern Riley Nickels. Even during the last week of my internship, the idea of being at Cisco still excites me! Sure, I'm well settled into my daily role and the company's culture - with the offices now feeling like a second home.

  • What is Cisco doing to empower its #WomenInTech? Kristy shares her experience in a predominantly male-focused role and how we are coming together to change the course of "being yourself" in the workplace. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQo4P

    A Tough Conversation - Culture Shifts at Cisco

    Life At Cisco Have you ever sat down with so much to say, and then the second your fingers hit your keyboard -the words are almost too difficult to type? This is that post for me. It's personal, and something I'm passionate about. It's difficult because there are so many different perspectives to consider.

  • Girls Power Tech is a global Cisco mentoring initiative that is changing the lives of young women.
    Jennie, one of our security researchers, is helping create the next wave of #WomenInTech! http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQbhH

    Alley-Oop! Assisting Girls into Technology

    Life At Cisco She dribbles down the court on a fast break, fakes to the left, she shoots - Swish! The app records the score! Think technology and basketball don't go hand in hand? Think again. Austin-area high school girls scored big at Cisco's Girls Power Tech event where Bluetooth-enabled basketball was just one of seven inspiring workshops offered.

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