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I got a offer from a company which look like more innovative and during interview they also described about the work which I going to get.

However I can�t do much research about the company, because I don�t have many contacts with the people who are working there.

What can I do now ?
 
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Originally posted by Muni Sammy:
I got a offer from a company which look like more innovative and during interview they also described about the work which I going to get.

However I can�t do much research about the company, because I don�t have many contacts with the people who are working there.

What can I do now ?



Perhaps you can go through their website to get more information. Try Googling company name to know how company is doing in the market. Think about your role in the company.
 
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After going thru all your posts it looks you are worrying a lot. At some point of time every one need to take risk otherwise we will end up where we are now. So if you feel the new company will give you better career go ahead and join. It may not possible to know some one in all companies, so just do your ground work by going thru the company website, news etc., for which Google is the best tool
[ July 30, 2008: Message edited by: KJ Reddy ]
 
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Remember "who dares...wins"
 
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Sheesh. There are four topics about this new startup company that needs researching -- why so many ways to ask the same question?

All of the topics are hinting at ways to get around the Javaranch policy restriction about discussion of companies -- with one topic just blantantly violating it.

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