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Hi all

Im currently working with HP and im paid well, Im into services,im very much interested in product development,i recently got a call from a company by name International Decision Systems its a startup,they are into product development on financial domain ,they have their office in Banglore,pay wise they are very much competetive and are ready to give upto 6L for deserving canditates ,im least bothered about onsite, i wanna learn a lot, i have 2 yrs exp in Java/J2EE, im really in a dilema to join or not pls advice me on this,any idea how good is this company, how abt learning opportunities, it wud be greatfull if any one can give an insight on this company, waitin for your resoponse ......
[ May 28, 2006: Message edited by: Rama Sri ]
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Startups are fun to work for, but almost by definition unstable work environments.
The majority of them don't survive their first year, and after 5 years maybe 5% of them still exist (the rest having gone bankrupt or being bought out by larger competitors).

If you don't have a family to support and can take the risk of potentially loosing your job suddenly (often there's little warning, weeks at best) they can be a good place to pick up some knowledge of advanced technologies in a nice setting.

If you want longterm security though, stick with the big names in the business, companies that have been around 5-10 years at least.
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