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Hi Guys, My YOE : 3 I have offere from: 1) Cognizant 2) Mindbody 3) Fiserv 4) Nuvolo 5) LTI 6) Navisite/Velocity Any suggestions on which I should go for ?

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Do you mind sharing more details on what each company is offering?Fellow SNow developer here



Tell us package and skill?

package:17lpa+ Skill: ServiceNow


Which one did you choose?

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I understand and support the fact that parents often need to take a couple hours off during the day to attend to their kids needs (school pick up / drop off, practices, etc.) but definitely frustrating when those same parents then criticize team members for not being available at all times.


People are soft now a days and don’t read the fine print of you’re an at-will employer - which means you can be let go for any reason with or without warning. The business owes you nothing and life is not fair. Stop complaining about who’s doing what, ranks, who’s voting for who, who likes you and who doesn’t, benefits at other firm compared to yours, this right and that right and ask yourself the last time you HELP yourself. The sun will come out tomorrow and no one really cares. Help yourself


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My teammates are drowning and I have finished all my work ahead of schedule and am slow this week. However, when I worked 3 back to back weekends nobody offered to help me. Do I use the slow time to breathe / catch up? or help my team 😶


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