Q: What is it like working as a Software Engineer?
Great place to work.
Software Engineer in San Francisco:
Pros: - Great compensation - Great freedom to do work. - Productive conversation. - Reasonable evaluation structure that promotes collaboration.
Cons: - Overtime work is often required (though voluntary) to complete works.
Has won A Great Place To Work for multiple consecutive years for a reason.
Software Engineer in New York:
Pros: Always growing and are considerate of their people
Cons: It'd be great if there were more transparency in some processes (compensation, promotions) since WWT is pushing for growing as an even greater place to work.
Working at Ghost Digital is Average Satisfied.
Software Engineer in Lahore:
Pros: Requirement Gathering & Coding
Cons: Waiting for some requirements or some one permissions to do task
Stable company to work for.
Software Engineer in Walnut Creek:
Pros: Autonomy, support and the opportunity to learn
Cons: That I have to commute (when Covid lightens up)
Software Engineer in Atlanta:
Pay is very very low. Don't expect to get raises. Management gets paid generously. The line employees get nothing. Leadership is all talk about investing in and retaining employees. Huge pay cut during pandemic. Work life balance is good, but the benefits are terrible, especially the health insurance. A company run by electrical and mechanical engineers and business majors. They have no clue how to manage a software product or retain software developers.
Challenging, stressfull, rewarding, promising.
Software Engineer in Bucharest:
Pros: The challenge.
Cons: The constant preassure until the goals are completed, which is partly because of myself.
Management doesn't know how to utilize employee skills.
Software Engineer in Bangalore:
Pros: Flexible work hours
Cons: They don't respect employees