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Based on 711 responses, the job of Application Developer has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.76 out of 5. On average, Application Developers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as an Application Developer?

October 2014
"Awesome, its challenging and fun."
Application Developer:
Pros: Solving problems.
Cons: Sitting alone in an office all day.
October 2014
"Awesome, its challenging and fun."
Application Developer:
Pros: Solving problems.
Cons: Sitting alone in an office all day.
December 2014
"TECHNICALLY VERY EXCITING."
Application Developer:
Pros: TECHNICALLY VERY EXCITING.
Cons: LESS SCOPE DUE TO OUTDATED TECHNOLOGY.
March 2015
"Desk job, lots of problem solving & code writing."
Application Developer:
Pros: Interesting work, rapidly changing industry. Challenging day to day work.
Cons: Seated indoors all day. Fairly stressful environment when under a tight deadline.
March 2015
"Constantly changing."
Application Developer:
Pros: Small company with good people that make me feel appreciated, but stressful.
Cons: Not a lot of direction. As a software professional it is up to you to figure out how to acheive the company's vision.
April 2015
"Communication is really important."
Application Developer:
Communication is key when you are an Applicatiopn(Software) Developer. In the actual job market, there are many very good programmer, but what can you help the most to progress is a strong communication skill, you have to be able to communicate with people from many different department, organizations, roles.
August 2015
"Flexible Managers company."
Application Developer:
Pros: Work Flexible. Good Culture ( varies from project to project )
Cons: Low Pay. Favourism works well.