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5 days ago

.Net Professional with 2-8 years experience

Infosys Limited Chennai

• Analytical abilities and logical thinking, Good communication skills. Areas of Responsibility : • Estimation • Requirements Gathering… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Oracle Technical and Consulting Professionals

Infosys Limited Hyderābād

• Ensure design, build and implementation of work product • Developing reusable components, tools for productivity and quality. • Mentoring… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Product Technical Lead - Java

Infosys Limited Bangalore

Purpose of the Role Implement Design, Development, Validation and Support activities in line with architecture requirements ; participate in… Glassdoor

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Dr. Vishal Sikka
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    Great place to work (with * - terms & conditions apply)

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    Former Employee - Technology Analyst
    Former Employee - Technology Analyst

    I worked at Infosys full-time for more than 5 years


    1. Large company, with lot of name and fame.
    2. Training period will be tough but at the same time, fun.
    3. Best place to start a career with.


    1. Very less scope to get into development projects, because of which most of the resources will be working on legacy technologies.
    2. If you are at Onsite, forget about latest technologies. It always depends on the manager.
    3. You will be in situations where you have to choose between onsite or promotion. Promotions happen very rarely at onsite, unless you are a pet to your manager.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    As the rotation policy is implemented to Junior/Mid level developers, like till the role of Technology Lead, it will be really helpful if the managers and senior managers also come under this policy.

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