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Hello,
I would like to know How is Sungard to make a long term career. I have 2 Yrs of J2EE Experience. Any Positive & Negative Feedback Appreciated.

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All I know is they recruit heavily and pay well.
 
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Anything More.....
 
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To be frank, my understanding is that there are no such positives and negatives about any company or lots of positives and lots of negatives.

I guess everyone agrees !!!

It all depends which project group you join, what type of work one is doing. And of course the peers in the group.These things are know only after joining the company.

For some there may be good experiences, for some bad..similar to KABHI KHUSHI KABHI GUM..hah haha

So believe me , dont make decisions on +ves and -ves..join the company which pays you better then others...


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Hello,
I would like to hear something more on this. Although Salary is one issue , its always better to know company Strengths & Weaknesses before you make a decision.

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Originally posted by pravin jain:
To be frank, my understanding is that there are no such positives and negatives about any company or lots of positives and lots of negatives.

I guess everyone agrees !!!

It all depends which project group you join, what type of work one is doing. And of course the peers in the group.These things are know only after joining the company.

For some there may be good experiences, for some bad..similar to KABHI KHUSHI KABHI GUM..hah haha

So believe me , dont make decisions on +ves and -ves..join the company which pays you better then others...


Pravin
http://java-j2ee-interview-questions.blogspot.com/



I agree with you.
 
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Originally posted by pravin jain:
To be frank, my understanding is that there are no such positives and negatives about any company or lots of positives and lots of negatives.

I guess everyone agrees !!!

It all depends which project group you join, what type of work one is doing. And of course the peers in the group.These things are know only after joining the company.

For some there may be good experiences, for some bad..similar to KABHI KHUSHI KABHI GUM..hah haha

So believe me , dont make decisions on +ves and -ves..join the company which pays you better then others...


Pravin
http://java-j2ee-interview-questions.blogspot.com/



Your are right but only till a certain extent. I would say all companies have their positives and negatives, and as you say, from a developers perspective a company is normally determined by the kind of work, onsite opportunity, salary, peers, subordinates and most importantly bosses.

There are also important things such as organizational culture which determines how an indivisual is treated, how opportunities are provided, transparency in rewarding etc. These things also matter and have a bigger impact in a longer run.
 
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