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In this video, I will tell you the story fo 2 software developers. It’s very important for every developer to know. Think about your future now before it’s too late. watch this video and you will understand
In this video we’re going straight to the live comments! Software developers currently in the industry share their recipes for getting a job (and not getting fired). We talk about self-doubt, being tough, college and bootcamps, how to succeed at interviews, taking control of your life and SOOOOO much more. Be sure to enable the comments replay for the full experience!
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5:34 What is a software developer in 2020?
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14:45 The importance of being TOUGH
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21:00 Version control by yourself?? Reeeeeee!
26:00 Taking advantage of mentorship programs; no job loyalty…
31:00 Are college degrees worth anything?
37:00 Do Not Trust The Internet Peanut Gallery!
40:00 Take Control. Take Charge.
45:00 Arktec’s insight: Trial & Error + Determination
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This is bangla video on how you can be a software engineer from Bangladesh as if you don’t know anything. diploma bachelor students can watch the video. computer science and engineering
Software engineering is the systematic application of engineering approaches to the development of software. Software engineering is a direct sub-field of engineering and has an overlap with computer science and management science. It is also considered a part of overall systems engineering.
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Author Grady Booch provides an audio recording of his On Computing column, in which he discusses how computing amplifies the actions of governments, but can also temper its behavior by enabling mechanisms for private communication as well as for open and transparent communication by the people of a nation. Similarly, governments can help focus the artifacts of computing to the health and happiness of its citizens, but temper it as well. Subscribe to the On Computing podcast on iTunes at https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ieee-softwares-on-computing. From IEEE Software’s May/June 2015 issue: http://www.computer.org/csdl/mags/so/2015/03/index.html. Visit IEEE Software: http://www.computer.org/software.
In 2013, Jessica Mong arrived in the Bay Area with $100 in her pocket and a desire to enter the field of software engineering. Fast forward two years, and Jessica is now a software engineer with SurveyMonkey, a tech company that creates and designs custom online surveys. Jessica works on the billing side, writing code to ensure that customers can access and pay for surveys.
Growing up in Nigeria, Jessica excelled at science and math. She received a scholarship to attend college in the United States at Claflin University in South Carolina to study computer engineering. When she started applying for software engineering jobs, she realized she lacked hands-on software engineering experience.
She made the decision to attend Hackbright Academy, a software engineering school for women in San Francisco. Not only was she able to broaden her programming skillset, but she was able to make connections with other people in her field.
“I don’t know where I’d be without mentors who supported me,” says Jessica.
Her advice to others interested in becoming a software engineer? Build a network and don’t get discouraged.
(November 10, 2010) Speaker Jeffrey Dean describes some of his experiences at Google and the types of technology being used today. He talks about how their technology has evolved over time and how their technological infrastructure has allowed them to be so successful.
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