Q: What is it like working as a Software Developer?
This review comes from an engineering perspective. MindGeek really is your classic office environment, average benefits, average pay, forced to overtime a bit. They try to act like a cool and hip company, but they don't do anything out of the ordinary. Management really depends on the team you find yourself in. Some are considered great, some are considered poor. Salary increases are minimal, the only way to get a good increase is either if you're like by your management and considered a "key" player or you coming back with an offer elsewhere. I am in one of the best teams, and have good salary which is the sole reason I am still here.
Great small company, could improve.
Software Developer in Miami:
Pros: Flexibility and I manage my own time.
Cons: Some micromanagement, not enough training. Telecommuting is discouraged. Old fashioned.
Pros: Flexibility about timings,good atmosphere
Cons: Bad Team mates , Unequal distribution of work among members
Pros: Freedom at work and competitive enviroment.
Pros: I like nothing about my job. I wish I did.
Cons: Employee management is very poor. Less salary. Rude seniors.
that getting a certification is so important
Get Certifications, learn new skills all the time.
A lot of mentally intensive work
Pros: The ability to be create to produce a product
Cons: The need to always use your brain to its full capacity all day.