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    Sundeep61_n

 Every Computer Science graduate aspires to work at a top notch Tech Company whose ideas or products can revolutionize the entire computer industry. These top notch tech companies search for highly skilled employees to fulfill their requirements, which sometimes can be a real deficit for many students due to lack of prior work experience. Moreover for a fulltime position, the number of rounds and interviews to be faced is massive and strenuous. Hence for those who are really worried, here is a shortcut for you.

  An internship is one such thing where your hiring employer does not expect you to be perfect with your work. Thus, an internship is an opportunity for you to learn something new as well as to demonstrate your abilities to others. So what’s next after internship? Well, if your manager is really satisfied with your Internship, you’ve hit the jackpot.

 Most of the time, the ladder to a full-time position lies on top of an internship. Well again, this is just my personal opinion. The way decisions are made in an organization depend on various factors, but at VMware I’m pretty confident about my statement. For interns at VMware, we have a mid-internship and final internship report of your performance prepared by your manager. If the report is really outstanding, your manager will offer you a full-time position with the same team that you interned for, depending upon the circumstances. Don’t worry; your mentor will work hard enough to make you successful at VMware.

 As an Intern we had great memorable events. My favorite events were the Bowling and Casino night. Guess what, I won second prize at the casino night and grabbed Bose earphones. Thanks to Mike (my manager) for contributing all his casino game money to me. How sweet! We also did spend some time at the Oliver Hazard Perry School in South Boston for our Service learning event.

 Honestly speaking, achieving 100% job satisfaction is what everyone really wishes for in his or her employment. And this is the strong reason why I recommend VMware. The team spirit we possess is incredible. I can state infinite examples about the fun we have at work. Until today, I have never really felt stressed at work because of the work-life balance. Your manager takes great care about the team’s workload ensuring that you and your team are satisfied with the job. The best part is we are given various options to choose our career ladder and work as per our dreams.

 Around our Cambridge office, we have really great places to explore. Every day the whole team hangs out at various restaurants to have lunch together. I guess we’ve also covered all the Gallerias nearby. The enormous free food in the company gives you strength to enjoy your work. We have great social events happening every week. Also, we contribute a lot to the community through various service learning events. At the Cambridge office, we greatly enjoy our summers by having summer outings together with our family. So, if you want a full-fun-time work, start applying to VMware. 

About Sundeep:

Sundeep works with the vSphere Storage Appliance (VSA) team. His major task here at VMware is to have lots of fun and the minor task is Storage Automation. His job title is Member of Technical Staff (MTS).

 Sundeep graduated with a Masters Degree in Information Science and Technology from University of Pittsburgh in December 2011 with a specialization in Information Security. He has a great taste for music and enjoys it to his fullest extent. During summers, he enjoys swimming all the time. 

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