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Comment: Interesting (Score 5, Insightful) 263

by rtfarrell5 (#46336441) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: When Is a Better Career Opportunity Worth a Pay Cut?
I find it interesting your concern is that the architects, not developers, make the decisions. I can't recall working for a company, that was successful, that listened to the developers over the architects. I haven't met a developer yet that was both a visionary and a forward thinker. On the other side, if you are young, can pay your bills, and don't mind that the new company could very well be consumed, or shut out, because of your previous employer, I say have fun with it. If you answered no to any of these, think carefully, but remember that those who think long, often think wrong. Good luck.

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