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Based on 3,503 responses, the job of Senior Software Engineer has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.76 out of 5. On average, Senior Software Engineers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Senior Software Engineer?

April 2014
"Job Advice."
Senior Software Engineer:
Be sure about the nature of the job role offered along with the market compensations.Also enquire about the net take home package and the variable components.
April 2014
Senior Software Engineer:
Don't be shy, keep your ears open and talk to coworkers about the problems they are working on and offer any insight you have and accept any they may have for your tasks.
May 2014
"Embedded software develeopmnt."
Senior Software Engineer:
Pros: Embedded software development, operating system, RTOS, windows, linux, BACnet, multi-threading, IPC, sockets.
May 2014
Senior Software Engineer:
Do not work at same company more than 2 years in beginning of your carrer.
May 2014
Senior Software Engineer:
Pros: The freedom of work and to express your thoughts.
Cons: Lake of management, extream workload.
June 2014
"Learning Experience."
Senior Software Engineer:
Pros: Flexi timings, company transport, work from home, causal dressing, unbiased culture.
Cons: Less promotions and bonus.
June 2014
"Recycled Code By Dilbert."
Senior Software Engineer:
It is rare to work on a truly new project. Most projects are variations on an existing product, and much of your time will be delving into pre-existing code (usually poorly written) to fix problems or modify it in some way. This is not necessarily all bad. The work can be very challenging, and you often learn new tricks or ways of doing things. Much of your time will be spent in meetings, where insignificant details are debated for hours. Dilbert accurately portrays an engineer's life.