At Rackspace, we're growing and hiring, at our headquarters in San Antonio and in other offices around the world. We try to be very careful to hire not just for aptitude and skills but also for fit - within our culture, and for the particular job. So we ask questions like this: "What sort of things do you find satisfying? In other words, what activities give you a kick, either while doing them or immediately after finishing, and you think 'Oh, when can I do that again?'" It's a question that often makes candidates stop and think, and tell us where their strengths and passions lie.
Rackspace moves at a swift pace. There's always so much going on that you may have missed something. To fill you in on what you may have missed and to highlight some things that are coming soon, here's a breakdown of notable news and happenings at Rackspace.
Texans have a lot of home-state pride. And so does Rackspace. When we started putting together the building blocks of Rackspace, Texas wasn't seen as a technology hub. Launching a hosting company in San Antonio was met with a lot of raised eyebrows.
We talk a lot about our amazing culture and how great it is to work at Rackspace. We're a little biased, of course, because we live it every day; so it's an awesome honor when an independent party gives Rackspace a nod and says it's one of the best places in the country to work in IT.