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Senior Software Engineer Core Application Team TurboTax

Intuit San Diego, CA

• Architecting, developing, and supporting services in the TurboTax environment • Leading the gathering of functional requirements, developing… Intuit

7 days ago

Principal Software Engineer

Intuit San Diego, CA

• Drive significant technology initiatives end to end and across multiple layers of architecture • Drive design and implementation of durable and… Intuit

2 days ago

Storage Manager – new

Intuit San Diego, CA

• Manage day to day IT operations team for a large, SaaS based Storage environment, including NetApp, EMC, and Pure based systems. • Team… Intuit

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    No longer a great place to work

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    Former Employee - Software Quality Assurance Engineer and Testers in San Diego, CA
    Former Employee - Software Quality Assurance Engineer and Testers in San Diego, CA

    I worked at Intuit full-time (more than 5 years)


    (+) Good salary. (+) Good benefits. (+) Nice facilities - nice building, nice offices (but sound easily passes in & out), gym & fitness classes, cafeteria, game room, walking path, covered parking lot.


    (-) It used to be a friendly company that cared about its customers & employees, but then became all about the bottom line regardless of the impact to employees' outside lives & health and the quality of the product. (-) Very tight deadlines with lots of changes added to each release & new releases packed very close together so no time to catch your breath or make improvements. (-) Features & bug fixes driven by marketing, not engineering. (-) Marketing tended not listen to engineering in regards to whether the proposals were a good idea or not. (-) Marketing tended to make changes seemingly just to be able to say they made changes despite the changes adding no value to the customer. (-) Senior leaders did not seem to have a good understanding of technology, software, the software development cycle, or how to inspire & keep good talent. (-) Leadership seemed only interested in shareholders which generally works in the short term but not long term.

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    Company could greatly benefit by learning (relearning) to attract, inspire and keep good talent. Unhappy employees do not produce the best work. Marketing won't do much good if the product is not good. Only focusing on cutting costs will only get you so far.

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