Programmer Analysts give their job an average rating of 3.9 out of 5.0. The Programmer Analysts happiest with their jobs are employed by New York University with an average rating of 5.0 while the Programmer Analysts least happy with their jobs work for Georgia State University with an average rating of 1.1.Submit a Review
"I'm an architect. I can do several jobs, but the daily grind of programming is just a weird game of mental masturbation."
"The challenge and constant growth needed."
"I love because I am working for a brand that has a positive view. Why should I hate if have scores of point to love about? Nothing really to regret... I strongly recommend a stint for those who are serious about building a career around their skills."
"I am really interested in PeopleSoft and like to stick to PeopleSoft as I love developing application here."
"The best part is working on a project that has clear goals and timelines, and having the flexibility to use whatever approach I feel is best."
"Be very honest, there is nothing which I hate throughout my career in Tech Mahindra. I love this company and I am very thankful for providing me the chance to explore myself. Many thanks to Tech Mahindra."
"Being a programmer I always enjoy code as per the best practices, it's a challenging job to keep ourselves updated on a daily basis to see what is the new best practices in the market and I keep updated about it."
"Love: Peaceful environment, productive environment. Hate: Micromanagement, frequent meetings are proving bad management."
"I love the flexibility to choose how I want to write software. I can choose whatever programming language I like to create my applications in. I hate the amount of office politics that seem to be present at this company. It can really cause issues when working with the users there."
"I love to build things with code."
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