Most software engineers write for a living. That is they sit down at a keyboard and write code. If all goes well, Clean Code, a popular mantra that describes code that's readable, simplistic, and is shaped in logical clarity, is the final product. In many ways, what goes into wr…
As an engineer, the technical layer of abstraction is only one way to solve technical problems. You also need to dig into the human layer that underpin…
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What futuristic technology do you want to work in the most?Space tech, XR gaming, next-gen machine learning and AI… Pretty much every new moonshot technology has a need for programmers. Is there one in p…
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Building with React requires a different kind of mindset. The freedom it allows means you're not propped up by structure or architecture. There's no fa…
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What does your engineer elevator pitch look like?It figures to be simple, but finding the most effective way to communicate your skills and career desires as an engineer can be a challenge – es…
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Exponent’s Jeff Lee wrote a blog for Compiler that’s full of advice on how engineers can improve their work by not shooing away their PM, but leveragin…
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Enjoy the latest edition of Code to Success, a Q & A series where I invite software engineers to talk about their unique paths into programming and sha…
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"I want to grow as an engineer." It’s a phrase engineer Joseph Pacheco has heard in plenty of the interviews he’s conducted. Almost too many, he argues…
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