Systems Programmer (Former Employee) – Bengaluru, Karnataka – November 21, 2017
It was amazing journey right from internship to me being Senior Systems Programmer. The work-life balance at Intel is really amazing.The management is really cool and makes the life of employees really easy and fun loving. There are stress and peak hours too, but you need to manage time to make up for those.
Very stable company with reasonably good money and perks. Very slow career advancement; kind of feels isolated from industry standard tools, flows and methodology.
Missed the boat on mobiles as well as machine learning where competition beat the company by atleast 3-4 years. Some improvement in decision making processes due to these setbacks, however, still a very hierarchical and bureaucratic company.
Good money and perks, work life effectiveness and flexible timings.
really slow decision making process, Tools and methodologies need major overhaul
Recruitment - Consultant (Former Employee) – Bangalore - India – August 4, 2017
Though I had a very short stint in Intel, I felt it is an organization with extremely open environment and open culture though abided by the process and rules of the system. People with passion are highly encouraged.
Projects are kinda non hectic but night meetings will be your permanent companion through out the year. If you are lucky you will be spared from oncall as all developers generally have to be on call for a week once in a month.