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What is it like working at NetApp?
"Okay corporate culture."
Pros: Innovative product, good coworkers, flexible and casual work environment.
Cons: Forced usage of poor tools for collaboration (outlook mail and calendar, poor VPN), general corporate bureaucracy.
Outside Sales Representative in New York:
Pros: customers and team
"Living the dream!"
Sr. Product Manager, Software in Boulder:
Pros: Flexibility, the people and location
Cons: More work than 1 person can achieve for area assigned
"Stressful and underappreciated."
Senior Technical Support Engineer in Boulder:
Pros: Great tools, laid back attitude, good talent, great benefits.
Cons: Low pay, team is understaffed.
Software Development Manager in Pittsburgh:
3.5 stars. Average for a Fortune 500 (or near) sized company. I had a micromanaging boss for a while and manager turnover was high but that person moved to a different team and now the work load and satisfaction seems average from my observations of managers throughout my career. My pay is on the low side but that is common issue for anyone who advanced internally vs job hopping. In all, this is average for a well established tech company.