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Guide to Software Engineering Job Posts

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The software engineering rule of 3

Erik Bernhardsson

Here’s a dumb extremely accurate rule I’m postulating* for software engineering projects: you need at least 3 examples before you solve the right problem. Engineers often focus way too much on reducing duplicated code. This is what I’ve noticed: Don’t factor out shared code between two classes. Wait until you have at least three. The two first attempts to solve a problem will fail because you misunderstood the problem. The third time it will work.

Software Engineers and Automation

Erik Bernhardsson

What about software engineers? I just ran into another one of these arguments: Software Engineers will be obsolete by 2060. Think about how much around us is currently powered by software and how much could be powered by software. The opportunity to apply software is probably 100x larger than what’s currently being used. So why aren’t we using software 100x more? Because software engineers are expensive.

New Study: 2018 State of Embedded Analytics Report

The company was making a shift to a SaaS (Software as a Service) model— which requires adopting new ways of thinking, changing organizational models, constantly measuring, and. If a software company grows less than 20 percent annually, there is a 92 percent chance of failure.

Software Engineering

The Programmer's Paradox

The standard definition for engineering from Wikipedia is: Engineering is the application of mathematics, empirical evidence and scientific, economic, social, and practical knowledge in order to invent, design, build, maintain, research, and improve structures, machines, tools, systems, components, materials, and processes. The tricky part about engineering good software is acquiring enough deep knowledge. At some point software engineering will become mandated.

Principles of Software Engineering

The Plain Programmer

I recently watched a presentation by Peter Campbell from 2016’s O’Reilly Software Architecture Conference in London. The talk’s emphasis was on identifying and discussing the fundamental principles that underly decision-making as software architects.

Why is it Important for a Software Engineer to be Self-sufficient?

Coding Dojo

The post Why is it Important for a Software Engineer to be Self-sufficient? All Posts Career Advice Coding Tips & Resources code coding coding bootcamp coding dojo high paying job in-demand job programmers programming self-sufficiency software software developer software engineer workLast 2011, the co-founder of Mosaic web browser, and a venture capitalist, Marc Andreessen wrote a somewhat prediction in his … Read more >>.

Defining Principles for Software Engineering

The Plain Programmer

Several months ago I wrote about my personal principles of software engineering. To help bring these various ideas together I want to start at what I think is the most fundamental and address how to define the principles that drive software engineering efforts.

Functional programming is the libertarianism of software engineering

Erik Bernhardsson

This is a pretty dumb post, in which I argue that functional programming has a lot of the bad parts of libertarianism and a lot of the good parts: Both ideologies strive to eliminate [the] state. (ok, ok, dumb dad joke). Both ideologies are driven by a set of dogmatic axioms rather than a practical goal: Libertarianism wants to reduce the government because any involvement distorts free markets.

The 5 Levels of Analytics Maturity

software market. As a result, the new world of software development is. software. Application teams and software. value you’ll add to your software application. these sophisticated capabilities within their existing software apps.

The best software engineering conferences of 2019

TechBeacon

As a developer, you expect to get practical, technical content when you go to a conference, but you also want to network with other engineers in your field—hopefully, with people who are dealing with some of the same challenges as you. App Dev & Testing, App Dev, Lean Software Development, Conferences, Enterprise Applications, Cloud Application Development, App Dev

7 Business Drivers for More Software Engineering Excellence

SolutionsIQ

It’s becoming more and more difficult to identify areas of life that don’t depend on software. Agile software developers are among a small group of people who care about code quality and treat it like an art. SolutionsIQ’s Dave Wylie has a passion for excellence in software engineering.

Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute CERT Insider Threat Program Manager Certification

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The Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute is a national treasure. One of the great bastions of the discipline of enterprise grade software engineering.This By Bob Gourley.

Broad vs. Narrow Skillsets: Software Engineering Skills Demystified

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In this article, Toptal Freelance Software Engineer Tiberius Florea outlines the difference between deep and broad skillsets and explains why broadening your skillset may further your career

Software Engineering Matters!

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I discovered this blog, Software Engineering Matters , via one of my Google Search Bots  / Google Alerts. If your discipline is software engineering, it's definitely work a look and RSS subscription.  in software engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. I have added this blog to the " blogs and pods section " of the Engineering Learning Wiki.

It’s a marathon

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Our learnings from adopting GraphQL

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Reusable abstractions Software developers generally want to work with reusable abstractions instead of single-purpose methods. javascript software-engineering front-end-development graphql

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Always Bee Tracing

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Friendly Honeycomb engineers will be on hand for general guidance or technical help. Software engineers, developers and DevOps engineers interested in observability-driven development and achieving best practices. Honeycomb Events Software Engineering

Explore RubyGems data with Honeycomb

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Integrations Software EngineeringOur new RubyGems.org public dataset is now available — use it to analyze global download traffic of all gems hosted on RubyGems! About RubyGems.org. RubyGems.org is the Ruby community’s gem hosting service.

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Netflix OSS and Spring Boot?—?Coming Full Circle

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Much of Netflix’s backend and mid-tier applications are built using Java, and as part of this effort Netflix engineering built several cloud infrastructure libraries and systems?—? Over time this has become the preferred way for the community to adopt Netflix’s Open Source software.

Ausar McGruder; Coding Dojo Graduate, Now a System Analyst and Software Developer

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The post Ausar McGruder; Coding Dojo Graduate, Now a System Analyst and Software Developer appeared first on Coding Dojo Blog. All Posts Bootcamp Insights Career Advice alumni Bootcamp coding coding dojo computer programming computer science developer dojo programming software developer software engineer web developmentI love how there are very little limitations when it comes to coding… If you have an idea, then just. … Read more >>.

Bringing Bootcamp to Boise

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Move on over potatoes, a new industry is taking hold in Idaho and Coding Dojo has laid fresh roots in … Read more >>. The post Bringing Bootcamp to Boise appeared first on Coding Dojo Blog.

Coding Dojo Alumni: From Business Management and Marketing to A Full Stack Engineer

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The post Coding Dojo Alumni: From Business Management and Marketing to A Full Stack Engineer appeared first on Coding Dojo Blog. All Posts Bootcamp Insights Bootcamp coding coding bootcamp coding dojo coding dojo alumni coding dojo graduate developer programming software developer software engineerRefayat Haque is one of our Coding Dojo alumni of our Washington D.C. bootcamp. He used to work in the … Read more >>.

Heatmaps Make Ops Better

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” Welcome to part 1, where I cover what a heatmap is—and how using them can really level up your ability to understand what’s going on with distributed software. Heatmaps are a vital tool for software owners: if you’re going to look at a lot of data, then you need to be able to summarize it without losing detail. Dogfooding Software Engineering

7 CODING TIPS FOR PARENTS

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“Education is a means to understand the world we live in and to create a better world for those that … Read more >>. The post 7 CODING TIPS FOR PARENTS appeared first on Coding Dojo Blog.

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Widely considered one of the best practical guides to programming, Steve McConnell’s original CODE COMPLETE has been helping developers write better software for more than a decade. Applications to science, engineering, and industry are a key feature of the text.

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Spooky Tales of Testing In Production: A Recap and Lessons Learned

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Towards the end of his talk, Marc emphasized how gating software could have helped the team roll back the error more swiftly. For example, its software development teams used feature flags to lessen the risk of new code pushes. Honeycomb Events Software Engineering Speaking

5 Reasons Why Everyone Needs A Little Coding In Their Lives

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All Posts Bootcamp Insights Career Advice career coding programming programming language software developer software engineerCoding, also known as computer programming, is the process of creating a set of instruction, also called source code, for … Read more >>. The post 5 Reasons Why Everyone Needs A Little Coding In Their Lives appeared first on Coding Dojo Blog.

Understanding Big O with Python’s cProfile Library

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All Posts Tech Talks algorithm Big O Bootcamp code coding coding bootcamp coding dojo full-stack developer full-stack engineer NumPy programming Python software software developer software engineer web developerFor many programmers, their first introduction to the theory behind code performance and efficiency is Big O notation. Without diving … Read more >>. The post Understanding Big O with Python’s cProfile Library appeared first on Coding Dojo Blog.

MENTOR’S PERSPECTIVE: Q & A with Speros Misirlakis

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For an interesting conversation, we turn to Speros Misirlakis. Speros is the Head of Curriculum at Coding Dojo, a … Read more >>. The post MENTOR’S PERSPECTIVE: Q & A with Speros Misirlakis appeared first on Coding Dojo Blog.

MENTOR’S PERSPECTIVE: Q & A with Speros Misirlakis

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For an interesting conversation, we turn to Speros Misirlakis. Speros is the Head of Curriculum at Coding Dojo, a … Read more >>. The post MENTOR’S PERSPECTIVE: Q & A with Speros Misirlakis appeared first on Coding Dojo Blog.

How Intercom sped up their busiest endpoint (by as much as 50%)

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The engineering teams at Intercom knew they had an opportunity to improve the experience of their users by refactoring some aspects of their service, but they didn’t know what factors affected the performance of their code the most. Customers Observability Software Engineering

CODE BETTER BY LEARNING HOW TO FOCUS

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WHY IS CODING HARD? The purpose of life is not to get. The main aim of life is to grow. … Read more >>. The post CODE BETTER BY LEARNING HOW TO FOCUS appeared first on Coding Dojo Blog.

Diving into Data with Honeycomb: “Codename: Drilldown” is in Beta!

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Announcements Features Software EngineeringThis blog miniseries talks about how to think about doing data analysis the Honeycomb way. In this episode, we announce an exciting new feature, currently in beta.

Level Up With Derived Columns: Wibbly-Wobbly Timey-Wimey Manipulation

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Dogfooding Features Software EngineeringWhen we released derived columns last year, we already knew they were a powerful way to manipulate and explore data in Honeycomb, but we didn’t realize just how many different ways folks could use them.

How Honeycomb Has Changed the Way Travis CI Operates Their Business

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Debugging a customer’s build, investigating a service degradation or outage, or prioritizing our engineering work was difficult without explorable data. Customers Logging Software Engineering

Level Up with Derived Columns: Better Math(s)

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Dogfooding Software EngineeringWhen we released derived columns last year, we already knew they were a powerful way to manipulate and explore data in Honeycomb, but we didn’t realize just how many different ways folks could use them.

Level Up with Derived Columns: Better Math(s)

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Dogfooding Software EngineeringWhen we released derived columns last year, we already knew they were a powerful way to manipulate and explore data in Honeycomb, but we didn’t realize just how many different ways folks could use them.