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I dunno how true it is but some friends of mine, have not so good comments on this company.. Reklamo sila sa product ani nga ...

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    I dunno how true it is but some friends of mine, have not so good comments on this company.. Reklamo sila sa product ani nga company. Reklamo cla sa quality and all.. (Client ni cla or their company sa alliance.)

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    in work! pressure is inevitable ..

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    Hi,

    This applies to any company (Alliance or any)
    Coz, in the end, you will not be working for money only but
    for experience.

    My best measure for a company would be a good SDLC.
    Ask these questions:
    1.) are the developers there competent in every phase of the SDLC?
    2.) are each phase of the SDLC as important as the software coding phase?
    For starters, always pick that company.

    (For those w/ more experience in the SDLC)

    If they are using "Agile development" ask these:
    1.) Is there good communication between client and development team? Can the
    dev team clarify their questions about the system? (Or is the development team deciding
    for itself? )

    Other good questions would be these:
    1.) Are the team members having the skills to make project development run as smoothly (It really will not be so smooth, but are the members having the core skills like programming language and technology competence?)
    Example, for a project of 5 members in a project in J2EE and Solaris, are there at least 2 people in the team w/ superior skills in j2ee and solaris?
    If not, is there enough tools and time that they can gain such skills?

    2.) Are there trainings? If not, are there tools and time for self-study?

    Also it would be good if a company maintains well-defined specs (as in a good SDLC)
    but if it is not well-documented, at least the development team can clarify ALL its questions to the Project head/leaders and those head/leaders CAN clarify things to the client(Or is the dev team "lost in space" and deciding only for itself?,and only to find out the client intends different from what the devs understand and do?)


    The pressure is of course inevitable; i may be wrong but i think it is a close to 80% chance that there are a lot of Overstay, unplanned OTs and pressures if a good process is not followed.

    If you forgot all these, then maybe u can simply ask this: "Does the company have a GOOD process?"

    What really is a GOOD process? The question to ask is this: "is there a PRE-REQUISITE output before you can proceed to another independent phase/task (Is it clear already that you can proceed to the next task)" ?(Or is it simply a 'just-do-everything policy'?).


    As a Software Dev/Engr, again, in the end, you will not only be working for money, but investing in your experience. Make sure, if you stay 2-3 years in that company, you will be competent enough to pass a Programming language/technology certification exam. If not, then you've picked the wrong company.

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    Quote Originally Posted by my_idea View Post
    Make sure, if you stay 2-3 years in that company, you will be competent enough to pass a Programming language/technology certification exam. If not, then you've picked the wrong company.
    Yeah, correct, but thread starter is not yet with alliance pman i think...

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    Quote Originally Posted by xeoxander01 View Post
    dinhi gikan aku kauban karon... wa kunoy ayo kay hago kau ang trabaho... tsk tsk tsk..
    hehe, I think makarelate ra ko ana imong kauban in some ways, but dili man jud walay ayo ang alliance. maybe naa siya'y point in some ways, but kung good side sad akong i-point--majority of Dev ngari maayo jud mo-code....

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    not yet. or maybe it won't be. better hope less.. hahay!

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    I worked in this company - straight out from college.
    All on all, i would have to say that Alliance is a very good company to start your IT career.
    I rendered my service there for a year and 3.5 months (just short - but mind you - i resigned because of personal reasons).
    In less than a year, i was promoted. Here's the breakdown:
    6th month - regularized
    11th month - promoted
    15th month - resigned
    I may have got another promotion if i didn't resign.
    The thing is, Alliance recognizes your contributions to the company.

    I am now working in a global company, with a global headcount of more than a hundred thousand.
    But i am still open to work back in ASI.
    My officemates even ask for reasons. My answer? "It's not the pay, nor the company profile, and not the headcount - sometimes in our career, we need to have self-fulfillment in our day-to-day work - and i found that in ASI."

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    naks! nindut jud ang software inc. na hold lang ila position sa tech supp staff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by genzu73 View Post
    naks! nindut jud ang software inc. na hold lang ila position sa tech supp staff.
    Bai,

    hold - meaning, freeze hiring pa sila ana nga position?

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    @urejiak
    idk bro. apply lang sa ilaha.

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