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What will happen if the JOB ROLE/DESIGNATION Changes? Job Titles often don't reflect the work you actually perform. The work performed by a "Programmer", "Software Engineer", "Software Analyst …
answered Feb 28 '14 by Joe Strazzere
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Does it make me look bad if I take on a different project for a different group to maybe find a niche I'm more interested in with people I can better identify with? No, it doesn't make you lo …
answered Jul 11 '15 by Joe Strazzere
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Do companies with automated password resets even answer/return these calls? only the ones that want to make their customers happy. How do we handle this increased workload? Write a bette …
answered Sep 19 '17 by Joe Strazzere
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budget pressure you'll be under such that you might be forced to continue using unlicensed software? And one line of thought is that if they are willing to "cut corners" regarding the legality of the … software they are using, where else might they follow less-than-ethical standards? Discussing the situation might help you decide if this is the kind of company you would want to work for. …
answered Mar 2 '17 by Joe Strazzere
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I was very excited for the opportunity to work on big projects and collaborate with experienced programmers. If those were your expectations, then they might have been a bit unreasonable. As …
answered Jun 8 '17 by Joe Strazzere
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How can our team influence changing to a more long - term view focused on improvement and root cause guided action? In my personal experience, audit goals have nothing to do with root causes. …
answered Nov 8 '16 by Joe Strazzere
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Somehow I fall in love with the project and try to make it better and better by adding new features and pretty design. Then suddenly I discover that I'm behind deadline and some requirements ar …
answered Mar 5 '14 by Joe Strazzere
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correctness. Another factor that comes into play is the experience level associated with the role you are applying for. A Junior Developer may not be held to the same standards as a Senior Software
answered Dec 4 '13 by Joe Strazzere
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Should software development companies play music in development rooms, so that employees don’t need to listen to music on headphones? Absolutely not. Playing music over the speakers implies …
answered Jun 18 '15 by Joe Strazzere
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Can i add my current job as a experience in resume? Certainly. You can add any experience that you think will help you. How will it effect my resume? It will add very, very little to the st …
answered May 3 by Joe Strazzere
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Is it appropriate to privately tell a superior that they acted rudely? That depends on your relationship with this superior. If you are a friend and trusted advisor who is often called upon for …
answered Mar 5 '17 by Joe Strazzere
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both financially and professionally. If the alternative is a software development internship, if might be good. QA work isn't hurting your prospects. Don't abandon it unless you have something better to do. …
answered Aug 30 '17 by Joe Strazzere
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software development, then it would be best to include your prior, non-software, full-time jobs. That way, you can show you have basic work experience - something that not all new graduates can say. If …
answered Jul 25 '14 by Joe Strazzere
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I just want to know if I am suffering some kind of mobbing. No. You are perhaps being asked to perform tasks that you would prefer not to have on your plate. But there is nothing here that appe …
answered Sep 25 '18 by Joe Strazzere