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20 days ago

Senior Software Engineer - .NET

FactSet Boston, MA

FactSet is looking for a Senior level .NET developer to join their Code Red, Inc. team in the Boston, MA office. If you would like to work in a… FactSet

22 days ago

Senior Software Engineer – web based services, C#

FactSet London, England

The position represents an opportunity to lead the transition of a core product to a web based approach utilising common frameworks. Working within a… FactSet

30 days ago

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Factset Research Systems Inc Hyderābād

Job Requirements years of software development experience Professional JavaScript experience Design experience with multi tier web architectures… Yuvajobs

30 days ago

Senior Software Engineer Cie Dam

Factset Research Systems Inc Hyderābād

Job Requirements BS or higher in CS or ISExpert working knowledge of OO software development ina product development projectExperience designing and… Yuvajobs

30+ days ago

Senior Software Engineer - Estimates

FactSet Hyderābād

ABOUT FACTSET FactSet combines hundreds of databases into a single, powerful information system. It is a one-stop source for financial information… FactSet

30+ days ago

Senior Software Engineer

FactSet Norwalk, CT +2 locations

a talented individual to fill the role of Senior Software Engineer. The… FactSet

30+ days ago

Senior Software Engineer - BI / SA

FactSet Hyderābād

FactSet, a leading provider of global financial content and analytics, is currently looking for a [Senior] Software FactSet

3 days ago

Software Engineer/Senior Software Engineer - BI – new

factset research systems Inc Hyderābād

Plan, Estimate, Design, implement and unit test software modules to address business requirementsPerform design and code reviewsManage releases , bug… TimesJobs

30+ days ago

Senior Software Engineer - C#

FactSet New York, NY

FactSet Content Collection Engineering is seeking someone work with in an international team of six to seven engineers responsible for designing… FactSet

30+ days ago

Senior Software Engineer - Machine Learning and Language Technology

FactSet New York, NY

FactSet is currently seeking a talented and motivated Senior Software Engineer with experience… FactSet

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  • best company in finance, not necessarily in tech

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    I have been working at FactSet full-time (More than 5 years)


    - FactSet uses many different technologies. If it's out there, somebody is probably using it somewhere at FactSet, so you have opportunities to learn about what you're interested in. - Smart engineering coworkers. With few exceptions, the other engineers you'll work with are great engineers who can teach you something. Also if you need help with a particular technology, you can usually find a true expert at FactSet. - FactSet is big on "promoting from within," meaning when they have an important new role, they first look at existing employees to see who could fill that role. That translates into many more opportunities for career advancement than you would see otherwise. - Respectful workplace. The finance industry horror stories don't apply here. - Reasonable deadlines, but you will also be challenged appropriately to help you grow. - A stable but continually growing company. Trust me, you want to be in a company that is planning for growth, rather than one that is managing a decline. - Good health insurance.


    - FactSet has done a poor job at incorporating prior acquisitions into its corporate structure. Companies acquired in 2004 still have their own engineering hierarchies completely outside of the Software Engineering vertical, with the result you might expect. - On that note, if you have a dependency on another team and things aren't working out, you often have no recourse. Often you will have to accept the issue indefinitely and spend engineering effort devising workarounds to other teams' issues, instead of interesting things. - The corporate hierarchy doesn't give enough opportunities for meaningful feedback. If they did, I would complain about the above points. It's improved a bit, i.e. we got a survey a few months ago, and they did town halls. But either there are many pain points going unmissed, OR the leadership is aware but hasn't communicated that fact. - Upper SoE management is pretty removed from engineering teams. They solve the "recognition" problem with an annual award for a single engineer, but it ends up feeling like favoritism. - The "Engineering Culture" could be improved. Outside of actual work, there isn't much exchange of interesting ideas or career education, which compares poorly to my image of Silicon Valley companies. - Few social events, and the ones that do exist revolve heavily around drinking, which I dislike. Also, there's no reason that social events need to be segregated across verticals (Engineering vs PD vs Consulting vs Sales) as they are now.

    Advice to Management

    Based on my Cons: - Integrate acquisitions more effectively, including the ones you haven't yet from way back when. - Look harder for pain points between teams and help solve them. - Help engineers understand that their work is at least noticed by the rest of the company, especially teams that work in backend. - Create a more vibrant engineering culture. - Diversify the social events, both in terms of the actual events and in terms of the participants. - Create better feedback mechanisms.

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