Before I was hired here, I didn't know that DevOps existed at all. I've always loved sysadmin and software engineering, and they threw me right into the perfect team to learn. This was an internship through MECOP, so when PGE picked me, they placed me in a team, but still let me join another team simultaneously. I ended up being in one of the DevOps teams, as well as an infrastructure design team. This gave me the opportunity to learn many new technologies at the same time.
The job wasn't necessarily laid back, but in relationships with co-workers, it's very much a mutual respect. Sometimes, my peers were pulled in too many ways, we tried to help relieve some of their stress, and if that wasn't possible, just don't bug them. We had a headphone rule, if someone was at their desk with headphones on, don't bug them. Email them. They'll get around to it when they can.
Code reviews and passing unit tests are required before merges. Documentation is heavily encouraged and pushed, and usually required.
Parking spaces was not provided, but it's right next to the MAX Line and other TriMet transit options, so it wasn't that big of a deal for me. They have lunch rooms, but they don't provide meals.. This also didn't bother me, because being located in Downtown Portland, there were ~20 places to eat within blocks from work.
Through my 6 months here, I loved it, and honestly, I miss it.