Software Developer Reviews

Q: What is it like working as a Software Developer?

May 2014
"Stressy. Team is good. Management is not."
Software Developer:
Would go for better management and more professional approach in it.
May 2014
"Hectic schedule."
Software Developer:
Very thorough in requirements gathering and analysis.
May 2014
"Corporate Culture Is Bad, Work Flexibility Is Great."
Software Developer:
Pros: Work Flexibility and office conditions are great. The policies we follow for increment is awesome. Stress levels are also not so much.
Cons: Perks and management and corporate culture is none in my present work place.
May 2014
Software Developer:
Pros: Challenging and something new all the time. Mentally stimulating. Flexible work schedule.
Cons: If you want to stay on top, you'll constantly need to be working to keep yourself up to date with new technologies. You occasionally have to put in unpaid hours when it is crunch time.
May 2014
"Software Developer + Support."
Software Developer:
Pros: Multiple roles. - Switching between support and development team. - Assigned to work on logical solutions as well as technical. - Cooperate with coworkers to attain the same goal.
Cons: - Poor company perks: Annual bonus wages missing. - No clear hierarchy of superiors (I'm under 3 supervisors to handle their request simultaneously.) - Lack of man power leads to overuse of existing staff resources. - Poorly staffed.
June 2014
"Corporate Culture."
Software Developer:
Pros: Work mates at the work place, casual wears,
Cons: Never appreciate for the work done, partiality.
July 2014
"Friendly Environment, Office Conditions, The Management."
Software Developer:
Pros: They are willing to take risks on new graduates. They provide a career development path and the training to achieve it. Many projects occur simultaneously and offer the ability to move from project to project as your skills improve.
Cons: Lower than expected pay. Longer than ideal commute.
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