Software Engineer Reviews
Q: What is it like working as a Software Engineer?
Software Engineer in Charlotte:
Pros: I get todo something different every day. I manage myself.
Cons: Some people are bad and I have to clean up after them.
Software Engineer in Tampa:
Pros: Software engineering allows me to be creative and use my brain in solving every day problems in a unique way. There is something special about looking at a piece of code and getting a full understanding of how a system should flow and beginning to start the process.
Cons: My job is not the type of developing I like to do. We use older technology and everyone is afraid of innovation.
Software Engineer in Woburn:
"Its definitely work."
Pros: I like the culture. Every one is friendly enough and is easy to talk to. There is interesting work to be done, and people seem to like doing it.
Software Engineer in Santa Cruz:
"Every Day Is Different."
Pros: I rarely have to do the same thing for longer then a week or two. Whatever it is that I am doing I get to get it done in my own way as long as it gets done on time. Very self regulated and managed for the detailed parts. Great comradery.
Cons: Lots of responsibility and things that are up to you. LOTS! Of lingo and vernacular to keep up with and get used to.
Software Engineer in Columbus:
Pros: My boss is understanding and very kind to me.
Cons: My job has very little to do with what I thought I would e doing when hired. The stress is overwhelming.
Software Engineer in Greenwich:
"Advanced financial analysis."
Pros: Dealing with complex fast paced data and optimizing highly advanced software. Friendly environment that encourages growth.
Cons: The product planning could be better.
Software Engineer in Boise:
"Unstable and unappreciated."
Pros: I like working with my peers. They are good hardworking professionals.
Cons: The company is poorly managed and it does not appreciate it's people. Employees are considered a disposible commodity, purchased and discarded based on the needs of the moment.