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10 days ago

Intern Software Development, BIM

Autodesk Waltham, MA

Drive Building Design to New Heights Architects and building engineers use BIM (Building Information Modeling) tools to easily produce correct and… Autodesk


19 days ago

Intern Customer Segmentation Market Research Analyst

Autodesk Waltham, MA

globally for driving awareness and demand for the Autodesk portfolio and the findings/recommendations of this project will… Autodesk


19 days ago

Intern UI Development, Revit

Autodesk Waltham, MA

Be Part of the Transformation We are looking for a software engineer with strong user interface development skills to help us develop working… Autodesk


30+ days ago

SMB Sales Rep

Autodesk Boston, MA

Conduct outbound prospecting calls; responsible for a minimum 30 calls daily. Primary responsibility is prospecting, demonstrating and closing new… Autodesk


30+ days ago

Enterprise Account Sales Rep.

Autodesk Boston, MA

Create and execute a business plan which includes target customer segments, resources, and which solves business needs for the defined… Autodesk


30+ days ago

Technical Specialist

Autodesk Boston, MA

s and relate them to the customers business issues. Develop and conduct professional presentations & demonstrations, and lead sales discussions with… Autodesk


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    Autodesk: A stable but boring place to work

    • Comp & Benefits
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    Current Employee - Senior Software Engineer in Waltham, MA
    Current Employee - Senior Software Engineer in Waltham, MA

    I have been working at Autodesk

    Pros

    Autodesk provides the benefits of a large company: good benefits and a stable work environment.

    Cons

    There is no clear (or any?) path for career advancement. Of course, like so many companies, the vast majority of new hires have been in Shanghai. With no influx of junior programmers, there is not much opportunity for advancement. At least in our development organization, the hierarchy is very shallow. There are very few managers. Most "senior" software engineers comprise a team of one.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    We are a software company. The people who actually develop the software should be shown more respect. Experienced developers, many of whom hold PhDs, should get decent offices and not be arranged this silly open environment that looks more appropriate for a call center. The less satisfies creative people are, the less creative they become.

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