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re: This is how I evaluate my potential employer (it works 99%) VIEW POST

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This is a very important aspect that every junior dev should consider. I found myself in bad situations just because I was so eager to learn and start a new path that I completely forgot about the other 50%, the employer. It is also true that it's very difficult to have a higher ground when negotiating your first jobs. IMHO all the things you say are correct for a dev with 1/2 years of commercial experience, while a junior has little space for choosing.

 

When I started working as a developer (long time ago), I was trying to secure any role on software development and I was happy by the fact that I was getting paid for writing code. After I switched a few companies and started interacting with different kind of environments, I realized that I have to see beyond that. This is what this post is all about, to have a deeper vision when dealing with potential employers. Thanks for your comment!

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