Not really. I work for a large company in software development. Our product is innovative, but we're forced to use silly old paradigms. Fully SQL database driven. Everything has to be
Now, the problem isn't the company, but the managers. They don't understand that LINQ isn't Entity Framework ("LINQ we don't allow because we can't tune DB queries"). Also: we use Visual Studio 2008. Because "old tech is proven and reliable". That is what my boss and his superiors actually believe.