I have been interning as a software engineer for over 7 months now, and I have to say, no matter how good you get, you can never really stop learning and improving your skills. This week we are going to talk about a couple of things I just recently learned as a software engineer. One… Continue reading Things I Learned this Month As A Software Engineer
I am not a Bay Area native (being from Los Angeles) and with that, I think it is fair to say I have an easier time noticing the different quirks that software engineers in Silicon Valley possess especially in comparison to non-engineers in Southern Californian. First and foremost, my experience is that most people that… Continue reading Traits of A Stereotypical Silicon Valley Software Engineer
Living in Los Angeles virtually my entire life, moving to Silicon Valley about 7 months ago was a very new and scary experience for me. Just a little over a year ago I did not know anything about the tech industry and especially did not know anything about software or programming. However, as I mentioned… Continue reading Imitation is the Greatest Form of Software Engineering?
Working in software engineering for the last 7 months now for two companies and something that I noticed from both of my experiences is this: senior engineers are extremely good at what they do. One might say that this is to be expected since they are senior, but seeing it with your own eyes is… Continue reading Working with Senior Engineers
My story on what lead me to become a software engineer is not the most usual path. I am relatively new to tech and software engineering. In college, my goal was originally to work in medicine or become a professional golfer. However, fate seems to make me befriend a lot of individuals pursuing tech, which… Continue reading My Beginnings In Tech
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