[TriLUG] NetApp openings - TCP/IP stack development, FreeBSD kernel
jim at neuse.net
Fri Oct 1 21:42:38 EDT 2010
The first company I worked at out of college was Subway at Lake Boone
Trail Shopping Center. I am not sure what was their rating.
Oil and vinegar? Mustard and mayo?
From: trilug-bounces at trilug.org [mailto:trilug-bounces at trilug.org] On
Behalf Of Rodney Radford
Sent: Friday, October 01, 2010 8:29 PM
To: Triangle Linux Users Group General Discussion
Subject: Re: [TriLUG] NetApp openings - TCP/IP stack development,
>I have no issue with the NetApp workplace.
>However the TBJ award is a self reporting popularity poll,
>rather than a critical assessment by TBJ of the workplace.
>At my workplace we're "encouraged" to write submissions each
>year to TBJ, presumably to make our managers look good.
Sorry you feel that way about the award, but at NetApp, we were *NOT*
encouraged to write in and we won, so yes, I am very proud about the
award and about my company.
Btw, we also were voted #1 best company in the US last year by Fortune
magazine, and #7 this year. The #1 award this year went to SAS, the
first company I worked at out of college, and I think that NetApp is
definitely as good as my memories of SAS.
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