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How do you deal with a boss who’s a micromanager. Plus how helping your manager with his goals can make you the MVP of your team
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Difference between Software Developer and Software Engineer? 2019
Today, I want to talk about the differences of a software developer and a software engineer. If you want to know more about this topic, please keep watching.
Did you know there’s a lot of factors and things that you’ll need to overcome to become a programmer that aren’t specifically related to coding?
My name is Tim Buchalka and I have put together a series of videos which I call the “Programming Tip of the Day”. And basically, each video goes through talking about some of the pitfalls and things that you’ll need to overcome to succeed as a programmer, things like overcoming frustration and keeping yourself motivated.
In this series I will also answer common questions about choosing a programming language to learn, questions about your career path and things of that nature. Now there’s a lot of other things as well that I’ll cover in these videos and I’m also opening the lines for you to tell me what you want me to cover.
Now I’ve been a programmer for over 35 years so I think I’m real qualified to answer a lot of these questions. So if you do have a question, pop the question in the comments section of this video and I’ll do my best to address that in a future video.
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The Most Important Skill in Software Engineering: https://youtu.be/ytSz5wSCmd4
My CS Degree in 19 minutes: https://youtu.be/CTcG81FK9xs
Tips for Working on Personal Projects: https://youtu.be/sEqlnPUaRX0
Are Cover Letters Worth It?: https://youtu.be/0USpL2kypUg
I also vlog: https://youtu.be/g_IJXwNUGNk
The Manager’s Path: A Guide for Tech Leaders Navigating Growth and Change https://geni.us/ewUKA (affiliate link)
?c h a p t e r s ?
00:00 – Intro
2:18 – Garden Adventure
4:42 – Overview
5:01 – Path 1: Software Engineer
6:55 – Path 2: Engineering Management
10:07 – Path 3: Software Architect
13:03 – Other Career Paths
14:20 – Path x: Hop Across the Industry
15:21 – Path y: Work at Different Sized Companies
16:10 – Path z: Change Your Employment Type
17:15 – Every Job is Different
18:01 – Outtro
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Mayuko Inoue is a content creator and Software Engineer. After working in Silicon Valley tech companies like Intuit, Patreon, and Netflix for six years as an iOS Engineer, she became a full-time creator in 2020. Her work aims to help people find their way through the tech industry by sharing her own experiences navigating this world through technology, career advice, and lifestyle videos. She is passionate about discussions around mental health, cultural identity, and creating technology with empathy and compassion.
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How I Became a Software Engineer Without a Computer Science Degree
Hi friends! Today I am sharing my story of how I Became a Software Engineer Without a Computer Science Degree. There are so many unique and different paths to get into software engineering and development and I hope sharing my journey with you will inspire you to go through your own journey!
3:25 Why I decided to go to a coding bootcamp
4:08 What I did after my coding bootcamp – Job hunting
6:05 My first job
8:23 Advice I have for others considering getting into tech or software engineering
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Hello, in this video I share how I became a software engineer without a Computer Science degree or attending a Bootcamp.
Here are some resources I used in my journey:
Most Important Resource: https://www.recurse.com/
Head First Java
Learning Python O’Reilly 5th ed
Automate the Boring Stuff with Python
UC Berkeley Data Structures Course (https://inst.eecs.berkeley.edu/~cs61b/fa19/)
Algorithms 4th ed Sedgwick
The Algorithm Design Manual by Skiena
Cracking The Coding Interview
Elements Of Programming Interview
LET’S BE FRIENDS
TIMESTAMPS | CHAPTERS
0:00 – Intro
1:00 – My Job Before Becoming A Software Engineer
4:54 – Why I Chose Not To Do a Bootcamp or get a CS degree
5:40 – Recurse Center (free educational retreat)
6:50 – How I Studied Before Quitting My Job
7:38 – How I Studied After Quitting My Job
9:04 – My Interview Experience
10:11 – Interview Resources I Found Helpful