If you haven’t seen this already, I definitely recommend you spend 16 minutes of your day listening to this video of Steve Job’s commencement speech.
This is a college graduation commencement speech Jobs gave back in 2005. In it he talks a lot about his early life and how … Continue reading
I read Reddit regularly, as apparently half the world does. One of the subreddits I follow is the ExperiencedDevs subreddit because sometimes I learn something or find an interesting article there.
Today I saw this post and it struck a chord:
Are interviews REALLY providing better talent as … Continue reading
I love building new things, and coming up with new ideas. The ability to create new products and solutions has always been great fun. One of the things I wanted to do since early in my career was to have a patent in my name.
At my first professional software … Continue reading
“Pseudocode” is a powerful way to write and document software. Put simply Pseudocode is just plain english text describing what the code should do – it is not actually code itself. I found this old-school screen cap on Google that … Continue reading
Earlier this year, I started working with Springboard as a Software Engineering Mentor. Springboard, for those who don’t know is an online learning platform that offers courses in a number of areas such as: UI Design, Data Science and … Continue reading