Really quite a neat series starting in Object Oriented Programming (OOP) in C# for those starting out …
Was great to present to the University of Canberra today in studying Software Development. Great turnout and if any of the students want to fire me any questions from todays session – happy to answer them – comments on this post are fine .
Awesome video on the Career Progression in Software Engineering : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yIPbE7BssOs
Good for young coders:
Great Quote as well:
“Clean code always looks like it was written by someone who cares”
Really excellent article for anyone thinking about a new job and in particular interviews.
I want to highlight some very important points raised by the author:
1.PREPARE AND USE THE INTERVIEW AS AN EXPERIENCE
- Every time while going for any interview be prepared with basic questions, research some difficult questions with the answers prior to it.
- After coming back from an interview, write down the missed questions.”
Prepare, Prepare, Prepare. This is an important event. Treat it like a really hard exam.
Also, learn from the experience. Keep a record of questions in a doc.
2.GETTING THERE ON TIME
- “Dress appropriately. Be on time. Arriving 30 minutes early is good
- Take two forms of maps: Because sometimes you will get traffic on any road; you have to know another road. Also, sometimes if you have taken a photograph into mobile and unfortunately the battery of your mobile gets discharged, in these cases, you have to carry a print out of the maps with the detailed address.”
OK, that might seem very straightforward but rushing or being late to an interview.
This is just gold. For any newbie touching C# please read this document – covers some really simple yet very important guidelines:
I really wish I had seen this earlier – only 3 days to get an application in for any women interested in this rare opportunity: