Great Place to Work if you like to Learn and Grow in a Fast-paced Environment
Senior Developer (Current Employee) – Tampa – May 23, 2015
There is always something to do at Bayshore whether it be writing a third-party integration or diving deep into our eCommerce platforms. The company is divided into teams, and each team has its own set of project-managers. Project Managers do not run your job as a developer at Bayshore. As a developer, you and the team drive the end result of the client deliverable to the finish line. You may get pulled aside to do something else for a moment, but you won't be completely separated from your code and will always be able to return to it, defend it, or refactor it. In this respect, Bayshore provides continual growth for software engineers to think outside the box and learn new ways of programming through the feedback of other team members. People who cannot stand to have their code questioned or are stuck in one particular way of thinking about code need not apply.
Small teams, developer training, benefits package, excellent promotions for showing your worth, excellent projects and .NET platforms used
Not a strong developer culture at Bayshore. This is changing though.