Advanced technology, extremely great place to learn due to the extensive scale of projects. Able to learn full scale of software, from Low level to high level architecture, is the software engineer... is keen about learning and proactive at doing. My direct superiors were software proficient as well, and division Dy HD is extremely motivational.
Some management involved in the tech projects might be ex-military and has poor understanding of software methodology / technology. Furthermore they draw a sizeable salary but does not contribute... much to a project’s progress, or might even retrograde a project’s progress or cause tech debt due to their backwards mentality - similar to SAF they are inefficient and does not leverage on tech well enough. I do not blame them as it is well acknowledged that SAF officers aren’t very bright. They do have their strengths as being willing to work under extreme conditions, so if used in the right role they might even be slightly constructive. Fortunately there are other technology proficient managers at management level to balance their weaknesses. Also software engineers with real skills are overworked but paid extremely low, while those without skills might cruise along and still get the same performance rating. Rating for management would have been 5/5 if there were no ex-SAF personnel involved in managing the tech projects, and software engineers were paid according to market rate.