Web Development Interns give their job an average rating of 4.2 out of 5.0. The Web Development Interns happiest with their jobs are employed by Federal Reserve System with an average rating of 0.0 while the Web Development Interns least happy with their jobs work for Chicago Teachers' Pension Fund with an average rating of 2.1.Submit a Review
"I love to bring out the creative side of me. Web development and designing utilizes my skill to every bit. I hate the part that I do not give up until I find a solution to my problem. That's just because I am way too passionate about this field."
"Fairly good for the Senior Design Project."
"What I love about being a Web Developer Intern is that there is a lot of scope to improve myself in that field. I love interacting with my superiors and co-workers to get what needs to be done. What I love is working to see myself developing more interactive web applications. The thing I hate about being an intern is not being paid for the hard work I do."
"As a Full Stack Web Developer I can create something from nothing."
"I love the way I learned my work onsite. I hate not having any superior to ask my question regarding technicality."
"I love the idea that I am the only computer science major who has this opportunity as an intern in my college. I have learned new things since my work-study program started in May. I love the flexibility I have to get my tasks done. I can work almost from anywhere, I only need my task description and my laptop. I hate that I can't contribute much because of my limited time and authority as a student. I would love to involve more in the technical side of my college. Other than that I am satisfied, and they like my quality of work as well."
"Programming being my passion, I loved developing a public facing intranet website for the company."
"It was an awesome experience developing a web application for DoSomething, and the skills I developed there will definitely help in the future."
"It was a very positive learning experience. I was in the thick of it with other senior developers... only I got paid less."
"I gained experience in Content Management Systems and Document Sharing Systems as well as learning new computer languages, such as PHP, Java, and .NET. I also learned how to be successful in an office environment and how to work with a team to develop and maintain applications and Internet/Intranet pages."
"Great projects to work on and supportive management are the best parts. However, most of the learning is done on your own since there are relatively few software related meetings/trainings."
"I love being able to create and consider users while creating something that adds value to a business, as well as act as a web "face". I hate how bloated the field has become and would like to become a more specialized software developer."
"I am able to see my artist product online, which is great."
"I love everything about being a full stack web developer and hate nothing."
"I enjoyed taking different tasks each day and to be able to work on problems and come up with unique solutions that were my own. My ideas were considered and some even made it into the existing website at Oregon Tech."
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