Learning software engineering concepts

Manoj Batchu

I am a 2013 Passout in business tech, and would like to learn more about software. Where should I start?

 

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jimlynch
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Top 10 Concepts That Every Software Engineer Should Know
http://readwrite.com/2008/07/22/top_10_concepts_that_every_software_engi...

"The future of software development is about good craftsmen. With infrastructure like Amazon Web Services and an abundance of basic libraries, it no longer takes a village to build a good piece of software. These days, a couple of engineers who know what they are doing can deliver complete systems. In this post, we discuss the top 10 concepts…

Interfaces
Conventions and Templates
Layering
Algorithmic Complexity
Hashing
Caching
Concurrency
Cloud Computing
Security
Relational Databases"

TheCount
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If I understand your post correctly, one option would be to learn more about software engineering through self-study. This article has a list of resources at the end; one of them is codecademy, which I highly recommend. Hope it helps.

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