In university and colleges, software engineering can be a large part of the learning process. Today, we take a look at just why so much emphasis is placed on software engineering in schools, and what are some of the key learning points in it.
Software engineering is all about writing code in a structured and formal way, with the end goal of achieving greater readability and maintainability of code. To do this, the lifecycle of a project is usually divided as follows:
1) Requirements Gathering
In this video, we’ll take a look at each of these phases, and identify some techniques and best practices associated with executing them.
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you think making 6 figures coming out of college is that easy?
I’m going to show you all the expectations and reality of what it’s actually like to be a software engineer. Of course, this is a work from home edition so it doesn’t exactly reflect what it’s like to be in the office. Hope you enjoy this video!
I am a Computer Science major and I just accepted an internship offer for this summer. As a freshman there are so many questions and a general fear to apply to things. So, I thought it would be helpful to share my experience and advice to any of you looking for a summer internship or full time job. Enjoy! If you have any questions comment below 🙂
Here is a list of Allen’s Qualifications:
• BS Mechanical Engineering, 7 years manufacturing experience in process improvement, project engineering and quality related roles. Six Sigma Trained and have worked in lean manufacturing environments.
• 2 Years of working experience as a Software Developer & Consultant.
02:35 What you are vs What you do vs How you do it
05:13 Computers run the world
06:35 All solutions aren’t created equal
09:20 Being a hybrid employee
11:07 Where you work matters
15:16 Working from Home
17:13 Which industry trusts their employees more
19:20 Is it hard to switch from ME to SE?
27:48 Did you have to take a big pay cut when you switched from ME to SE?
30:19 How many people do you meet that love your job as much as you do?
32:30 Do you think working for a smaller company is better for a young professional?
35:45 Best career advice?
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