Kindness is a hidden superpower for software engineers. It helps your peers feel safe, and if they feel safe people take the risks that enable efficient, honest communication and thus real collaboration.
Understand how communication is an essential skill area for successful software developers on all levels.
Learn how to prepare and excel at your next technical interview with these tips from a seasoned hiring manager.
These technical interview myths work against a good interview experience and the candidates’ chances to get hired, so I’d like to call them out and refute them.
We have a mechanism that can conceive unhappiness, difficulty changing habits, relationship problems, frustration, anger, and disappointment. We are usually not aware, but it’s happening continuously and in all of us. It’s us unconsciously telling stories to ourselves.
It’s important to give the chance for your candidates to ask interview questions, too, don’t fall in the trap of doing one-sided interviews. I’ve gathered the top 12 questions I’ve been asked as a hiring manager.
Everyone agrees that constant learning and having a growth mindset are fundamental to success in software engineering. Yet once you’re done with onboarding at your new job as a software engineer the rat race seems to begin, leaving no dedicated time for learning.