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2020-11-09 07:41:47
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One of the worst jobs I've ever had, employed for over a year.
There is absolutely no QA and as a result broken software gets pushed to the customers. If you're a developer be prepared to be doing support the majority of the time. The support team has no clue what they are doing and have become, simply, a ticket creation system. Management directives directly conflict with the agile scrum process that leadership is trying to fit their processes within. Managers rarely communicate with you unless there is negative feedback. Leadership has a lack of vision, so much so that they push for bugs to be put back into newer versions for "lack of backwards compatibility". Software is archaic at best. One of the teams is heavily reliant on a tool built internally that doesn't work, and that same broken "internal tool" is sold to customers. The way that software is developed causes support tickets to be generated continuously. Sales sets the due dates for contracts with no vision of company resources causing due dates for multiple projects to fall on the same day/week. PM's don't know what they are doing and as a result the developers have to add another hat to their list. Sourcing is very weak for a few teams. What is documentation? Because the frameworks used here are so old, there is very little room for career advancement. Huge learning curve and no training. Leadership has no desire to listen to the concerns of the developers. Company preys on new developers because "they need the experience and won't leave" Turnover rate is very high. Leadership claims that teams are "self managing" but will step in for the smallest things if they do not like it. Sticking to the Scrum processes is leadership's number one priority even if it is causing problems for a team's workflow. As a developer you will be wearing all of the hats and juggling multiple projects at any given time. Oncall shifts force you to stay awake all night during the work week and you are still expected to make it into the office on time.

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