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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.
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December 2019
"Best Workplace Yet."
Full Stack Software Developer in Fishers:
Pros: Good culture, good benefits, good people. Training is fantastic.
Cons: Market fluctuation affects a lot of things
January 2020
"Great if you are looking for Work/Personal life balance."
Full Stack Software Developer in Detroit:
Pros: Access to all types of restaurants, activities in public parks
Cons: Expensive parking if its not provided by the company
January 2020
Full Stack Software Developer in Salt Lake City:
Pros: I have no frame of reference. It seems nice enough though if you commute the other direction from the traffic. 30 minutes drive
Cons: Frequent slick roads. No sun in the winter.
February 2020
"Great place to work, but it can be stressfull because of the traffic."
Full Stack Software Developer in São Paulo:
Pros: São Paulo offers lots of cultural and gastronomical places to visit.
Cons: The traffic and violence.
March 2020
"Respect the work."
Full Stack Software Developer in Bangalore:
Pros: Working environment and flexibility in work hours
Cons: No transperency in individual appraisal and appraisal cycle gets postponed every year
March 2020
"Not so bad."
Full Stack Software Developer in Naples:
Pros: The thing I like most surely is I work not too far from home.
Cons: There's almost always traffic when I go to work
May 2020
"Affordable city with an up and coming tech scene."
Full Stack Software Developer in Indianapolis:
Pros: City is really affordable, has pretty good restaurants, and up and coming neighborhoods.
Cons: Not as many things to do as other cities in the US and the winters are not very enjoyable. Roads are also not great.