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IBM or Sybase Pune

 
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I have offer from sybase india pune dev. center and IBM,Pune.Ranchers please suggest which is better in terms of work culture ,projects .
I have around four years of experience in java/j2ee,ofcourse package is more from sybase that is around 6 lacs and IBM is giving 4.5 lacs.

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Common sense tells me that Sybase will be a better option.
 
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If you are looking for onsite go for IBM as it is services oriented company. In Sybase you wont be having much(none) onsite opportunities. Now the current trend in India is like this: Company's which can send onsite will offer less sal as you can save more money when you are on onsite. The company's which dont have much onsite opportunities they will pay good sal. So if you are interested join onsite. Otherwise salarywise Sybase is best option. If you go onsite you can save more than 1.5Lackhs in one trip.
[ February 25, 2005: Message edited by: Jagdish Reddy ]
 
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Thanks Jagdish ,What do you think about kind of work both of the companies doing ?
Where I would get more opportunities to learn in terms of new technolgies


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Lifelong learning is the key for successful career in IT.Irrespective of where you join,you need to be proactive and not reactive to learn the things.
 
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I guess Sybase is Product development company. So you may not get chance to work with advanced technologies like J2EE. IBM is having all kind of projects where you can work in different technologies. So just think about all other things and discuss with your other friends too.
 
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what kind of technologies does Sybase use?
what are the technical skills required for working at Sybase
 
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