Abbas Naderi abiusx at owasp.org
Tue Jul 30 15:30:00 UTC 2013

I think that if you go for a bigger one, you will have a real hard time at first, because you're not exposed to a lot of things that they expect you to be.

The first few months of your career are very intense and you learn a huge amount of things. I think if you can go for it, work there for half a year to a couple years, then switch to a better company, its a much better choice. You will be more appreciated and more in touch with the real stuff in work, in a smaller company.

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On Mordad 8, 1392, at 7:57 PM, Chris White <cwhite at remarinc.com> wrote:

> An IBM, Microsoft or other tech giant looks a lot better on a resume because a future employer can immediately relate to the quality of work. Consultancy is advantageous in the sense that you are exposed to a wide variety of different systems and scenarios. No two clients will be identical, so it gives you insight into a lot more potential issues and benefits to software design, maintenance and troubleshooting.
> The call, ultimately, is based on personal preference. I would choose a larger name as an entry level position given the opportunity. Since you are not guaranteed a position with any of them, it might be worth taking the consultant position if the employer is aware and okay with it being a potentially short term relationship – contract instead of direct hire might increase your chances of pulling off this arrangement.
> Chris White
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> Remar, Inc.
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> From: owasp_php_security_project-bounces at lists.owasp.org [mailto:owasp_php_security_project-bounces at lists.owasp.org] On Behalf Of rahul chaudhary
> Sent: Tuesday, July 30, 2013 10:18 AM
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> Subject: [OWASP_PHPSEC] URGENT: Need Advice.
> Hello All,
> This question is completely out of project. I actually need some advice regarding my personal life. Since most of you guys are already in job or have some experience, I thought you all can guide me.
> I am getting this job at Cigital, which is a security consultant company. The pay is not great but the work includes penetration testing, code analysis etc (all security stuff).
> But I am not sure what is the scope of consultancy jobs. Will I get the RIGHT kind of exposure to technology and challenges, as I would get in other giant companies ?
> Should I take the job offer, or wait to apply in some other kind of organization other than consultancy. I personally wanted to apply in Microsoft, Amazon, IBM etc. as they come to my univ. for recruiting and since they are big companies, there is not much risk.
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> Rahul Chaudhary
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