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Sr. Software Engineer Games Solutions – new

Autodesk Greenbelt, MD

Autodesk Inc. is looking for a talented and experienced Software Engineer to join the Games Solutions team and work on the development of 2.5D… Autodesk


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    Former Employee - Director in Farnborough, Hampshire, South East England, England
    Former Employee - Director in Farnborough, Hampshire, South East England, England

    I worked at Autodesk full-time (more than 3 years)

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    Pros

    Challenging and rewarding culture, with many talented people doing really great things. Creative, hard working individuals and strong work ethic. Generally caring HR people and an excellent package of benefits. Strong attitude towards personal development and investment in training.

    Cons

    The Pros make it difficult to move up because people tend to stay where they are, so you might get somewhat stuck, though if you make enough of your talent, you can shine and make progress, especially if you are willing to move both within divisions and geographically. You'll be expected to work really hard and senior leadership is demanding and sometimes not very well planned, so things can come flying at you at an alarming pace. But the comp package reflects this, just need to be prepared for a non 9-5 existence.

    Advice to Management

    Keep improving communication, and engaging the team with the strategy so the sense of direction is continually strengthened as it's sometimes difficult to connect the day job to the grander scheme of things.

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