Based on 285 responses, the job of Full Stack Software Developer has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.87 out of 5. On average, Full Stack Software Developers are highly satisfied with their job.
Q: What is it like working as a Full Stack Software Developer?
"Simple drive away from cleveland with little traffic."
Full Stack Software Developer in Sandusky:
Pros: No traffic with food options.
Cons: A little off the beaten path but not bad.
Full Stack Software Developer:
Great place to work with an encouraging, positive culture and management that listens. I haven't met a coworker that I haven't liked, everyone is very nice. The company is growing a lot as well. Compensation is market rate.
Full Stack Software Developer in New York:
Pros: Opportunities, events
Cons: Traffic, noise, congestion, rude people
Full Stack Software Developer in Tel Aviv:
Pros: For the most part, it's a great engineering env.,very strong sr. developers, fast advocation of new technologies, inclusive diverse work env., Great conditions, transparncy around decitions making
Cons: Lack of technical planning for the long terms, lack of possibilities or opportunities for career paths, lack of mentorship, advancing in the company is only sideway, not bottom to up
"Stuck at unprofessional client crif with biased env."
Full Stack Software Developer in Pune:
Pros: missing fun at clairvoyant
Cons: with low pay sending to not-so-good clients who has outdated tech-stack
"Positive experience so far."
Full Stack Software Developer in Huntsville:
Pros: I get to make decisions.
Cons: Not many opportunities to move up within the I.T department.
Full Stack Software Developer in Osprey:
Pros: I get in touch with many new technologies which my boss discovers Flexible hours are also plus