- Noida, India
- 1 to 50 Employees
- Type: Company - Private
- Founded in 2012
- Revenue: $1 to $5 million (USD)
- Internet & Web Services
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I never wanted to settle abroad. I already had 2 long terms abroad. However the offer from Meta was too good to be refused. Everyone is making insane money nowadays and even 45L nowadays looks poor for a family of 4. The idea was to return in 2 years as my mother has Parkinson's. I am now afraid that the gold fever is catching up to me and I might want to dig some more of that gold! Some even say that it makes no sense to raise kids in India where the competition is crazy. What do you think?
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I’m an SE-3 at 11yoe with 27LPA. I have experience in Java, Spring boot, Microservices etc. I want to now go ahead and switch as I have completed 3y at Oracle. With companies like JPMC, Walmart or Wells Fargo in mind below are my few questions. 1) Do these companies ask for hardcore DSA at my experience of 11yoe ? 2) Or do they focus on HLD, LLD and my project experience? 3) Also, what salary can I expect from them at this point in time? Request you folks to please provide an honest opinion.
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I have offers from the following companies: IBM - x fixed Lowe’s - x+1 fixed, 4 variable PwC - x-1 fixed, 5 variable ANZ Bank - x+3 fixed, 1.5 variable Which company should I choose? WLB, learning and job security are priorities. IBM PwC Cognizant HCL Technologies Walmart Target
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Namekart has given me a plethora of opportunities. I can try new things, improvise and innovate new ways to get tasks done. The Managers are pretty transparent and care about their employees' wellbeing. The best part about Namekart is it's Work Environment. The company supports two-way communication and makes employees feel heard. The work is pretty interesting too which helps me wear multiple hats and scales me professionally.
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