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Phil Johnson
4 weeks ago
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If you develop software for a living, what are some of the fears that keep you up at night? For example, an unreproducible bug in production code?...

Phil Johnson
15 weeks ago
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Do you have experience working as - or with - an older programmer in a startup? By "older" I mean beyond 20-something, possibly with a family and...

Phil Johnson
15 weeks ago
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Do you have experience working as - or with - an older programmer in a startup? By "older" I mean beyond 20-something, possibly with a family and...

rousseau
18 weeks ago
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I’ve written a few academic articles for journals over the years, mostly during stints as an adjunct, and would like to set things up so that my Google...

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Ragavinirmala
19 weeks ago

I'm studying B.E.(CSE) 2nd year in sriguru institute of technology in Coimbatore now....what I need to do to get a job in Google and Microsoft Sir???

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Cmanx
20 weeks ago

Is it possible to move from a non-IT career (healthcare) into an IT career in the mid 40's?

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Josh Garrett
22 weeks ago

I am in my 30's, and I want to start a new career. My questions are intentionally broad, since I want to get several viewpoints as to what my options are. I...

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sathishrc23
24 weeks ago

Hi All,

 

I would like to change my career from PR media to IT. I have a total of 3 years experience in the Public relation. Is there any...

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sathishrc23
24 weeks ago

Hi All,

 

I would like to change my career from PR media to IT. I have a total of 3 years experience in the Public relation. Is there any...

Tags: career, software |
2 Answers |
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