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A Storied History

There are a few technology companies that have been around since the early days of the modern technology transformation of society that essentially started with the first personal computing devices developed in the early 1980s. Microsoft and Apple obviously fall into that category, and so does Adobe. Started in 1982 in founder John Warnock’s garage, Adobe started out by developing the PostScript language, which was the first truly international standard for computer printers. Thanks in large part to Steve Jobs attempt to buy the company early on (an offer they rejected) and his subsequent investment in their shares and licensing of PostScript, Adobe was the first company in the history of Silicon Valley to become profitable in it’s first year.

Adobe went on to develop digital fonts, followed by the landmark Illustrator software for early Apple Macintosh computers. In 1989 they released Photoshop, forever changing the graphics world, and four years later they released Acrobat and Reader along with the PDF, which is still today an international standard for digital documents. Their acquisition in 2005 of Macromedia gave them control of a slew of new products and services, not least among them Flash. They ceased development of Flash for mobile devices in 2011 in favor of HTML 5, again influenced in no small part by Steve Jobs with his refusal to use Flash on iOS devices.

Into the future

Adobe continues to expand their horizons and business ventures today. In 2018 they acquired Marketo, a marketing automation software company, which should open up more marketing jobs at Adobe, and in January 2019 they acquired a 3D texturing company. Their revenues have tripled since 2009 from just under $3 billion to just over $9 billion in 2018, with over 21,000 current employees, roughly 40% of which are located in their headquarters home of San Jose, CA. Their current push projects include the Adobe Document Cloud, the Adobe Experience Cloud which is an end to end Customer Experience Management solution, and their Creative Cloud, which provides “the world’s best apps and services for video, design, photography, and the web”, making Adobe cloud jobs an expanding opportunity with the tech giant.

Should You Work There?

As already alluded to, jobs at Adobe seem to be readily available for the right candidates. There are currently around 1,800 openings being advertised in a wide variety of locations around the country, including CA, OR, UT, MN, NY, TX, and more, many of them media jobs for designer and developers, but also in management, consulting, analytics and more. The general consensus among employees is that the company is great to work for, with good work/life balance as well as good pay and benefits. One enthusiastic employee had this to say on Glassdoor: “I can honestly say that I’ve never been surrounded by so many genuine, authentic, and nice people in my career. The work environment is one where colleagues truly care about each other. It may sound simple but it’s really motivating to be at a company where employees care so much about each other and the company cares about you as a person not just another employee. “

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Capgemini New York, NY 10036
Experience with integrations in one or more other Adobe creative cloud products like Adobe Indesign, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Bridge.
From Capgemini -   Wed, 18 Sep 2019 07:31:45 GMT - 30+ days ago
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Frontend Arts San Jose, CA
Expert in Adobe Campaign Classic / Adobe Campaign Standard (ACS). Development of marketing solutions using the Adobe Marketing Cloud.
From Frontend Arts -   Fri, 11 Oct 2019 13:05:41 GMT - 10 days ago
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Merkle Inc. Little Rock, AR 72201
Experience with either Adobe Campaign, IBM Unica, Alterian or SAS MA. Work under guidance of Solution Architect to install & configure Adobe Campaign, IBM Unica…
From Merkle Inc. -   Tue, 08 Oct 2019 03:12:36 GMT - 13 days ago
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Digital Pulp New York, NY 10010
Architect and implement solutions in Adobe AEM. Build custom Adobe AEM Components and Templates. Experienced with Adobe CQ/AEM APIs and functionality (Sites,…
From Digital Pulp -   Tue, 13 Nov 2018 09:05:10 GMT - 11 months ago
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Karsun Solutions, LLC Herndon, VA 20171
Experience in Adobe Experience Manager (v 5.6.1, 6.0 and higher) components and templates development, AEM Workflows. Department of Homeland Security, U.S.
From Karsun Solutions, LLC -   Wed, 25 Sep 2019 23:49:02 GMT - 25 days ago
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Integral Consulting Services, Inc. Vienna, VA
2+ years of Adobe CQ5 experience. Translates business requirements into technical details relevant to Adobe CQ5. Experience with Java, JavaScript, CQ5.
From Integral Consulting Services, Inc. -   Wed, 19 Jun 2019 23:22:55 GMT - 4 months ago
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Capgemini Chicago, IL
Adobe Campaign Developer Certification preferred. O Other Adobe Marketing Cloud solutions. Capgemini is hiring for a Adobe Campaign Developer in Chicago, IL.
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R2integrated Baltimore, MD 21202
1+ years experience in Adobe Campaign platform. Certification in Adobe Campaign Business Practitioner, Developer or Architect a plus.
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Understand aspects of Adobe Analytics (variable mapping, tags, sCode, plug-ins, server call types, cookies, Adobe Analytics variables, Link Tracking, JavaScript…
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