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Data Engineer Reviews
Challenging but Rewarding.
Data Engineer in Toronto:
Pros: There are opportunities to learn around every project.
Cons: Administrative tasks and plenty of meetings.
Very good oppurtunity to work and get knowledge.
Data Engineer in Hyderabad:
Pros: Employee personal life
Cons: Salary hike and appraisal process
Deep understanding of technologies.
Pros: Chance to solve real time problems and scalability issues.
Software doesn't matter.
If you learn data structures and how they fit together, then any reliable software you are comfortable with will work. You're best off learning both something specifically for data manipulation, and something more broad for text manipulation.
Building strong foundations but underpaid.
Data Engineer in Sherbrooke:
Pros: There is a massive shift toward data driven business and data efforts are highly appreciated. Also to build strong foundations we can challenge the status quo and ensure we use the best tool.
Cons: Project management is weak and it hurts the team.
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