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C2 Systems

65 Dartmouth Drive, Auburn, NH 03032
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  • Software Design

Business Description

C2 Systems offers software development services to clients in Manchester and the surrounding communities. It also provides in-building wireless network design, installation, and maintenance services for government centers, office buildings, airports, arenas, stadiums, and malls. The company customizes and sets up SitePortal, a web-based NMS that remotely monitors and manages Small Cell and Macro networks and distributed antenna systems. Its team also handles RF design and zoning support, EMF analyses, and network troubleshooting and optimization.


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Frequently Asked Questions

What can a software developer do to earn a higher salary?

Building a strong reputation is the most important step — freelancing and working on open-source projects are good methods. Stay on top of new technologies, promote your work, and take on new challenges and positions whenever you have the opportunity.

What is the road map for a senior software developer to become a software architect?

There are various types of software architects, but you generally need sharp fundamental skills, basics of test-driven design, and experience with open-source software and project leadership. Learning several architecture and communication patterns will flesh out your skill-set.

Is software development really a dead-end job after a certain age?

An old piece of folk wisdom in IT is that software development is a dead-end job past the age of 40. In truth, like any STEM field, software development requires constant adaptation and lifelong learning. If you commit to these things, it can be satisfying work at any age.

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