Database Developers give their job an average rating of 3.9 out of 5.0. The Database Developers happiest with their jobs are employed by United States Navy with an average rating of 4.9 while the Database Developers least happy with their jobs work for National Renewable Energy Laboratory with an average rating of 1.5.Submit a Review
"As a database developer I have the ability to have a major impact on business processes. I also get to actually create and change processes. I work with every part of the business on a daily basis. The way that I do this job leads to a lot of work, everyone I work with comes back for repeat business. If I had an office I feel like there would be people lined out the door every day. Some days I wish I could be a history professor or a baseball player but in the end data is what I love."
"A lot of boring routine stuff. On another hand it's a lot of satisfaction when things are done."
"Most I love is solving the data related issues moving data from source to destination."
"I enjoy doing this profession all the time."
"This work requires all kinds of knowledge and it's very changeling. It can be very difficult for rookies. It provides lots of opportunity to learn new technologies and new concepts and it's very close to real investment."
"Both organizations had great vision in resolving the crime problem plaguing the Memphis are, but were being held back lack of funds (grants). Therefore, were under staffed to complete the projects in a time they desired."
"It was a very great learning experience at first. Now I am at the point where technology has evolved to the point where this type of implementation can apply on the SoC level, so finding out where this technology can apply is the biggest passion I have."
"Design and develop custom databases as well as reporting systems for small to large sized businesses in Houston, Texas and surrounding cities."
"Very hard to update old code and old data structures. All new code and structures use current best practices, which will allow for easier updates in the future. I like being able to use my years of experience and avoid problems from the past. This makes the tasks both easier now and in the future."
"I love the satisfaction I get when something I develop is being used and works."
"I like to develop web applications a lot and ASP.NET is best language for that."
"I have been working with database for several years and am very happy administering databases. I find the work challenging and rewarding."
"Data, and its intelligent capture and analysis, is vital to every company. As such it has given me access to all levels and departments, which keeps the job interesting and fun. Also, doing this job well has obvious benefits for all users."
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