Side-projects, they have always been a point of discussion amongst developers. To have one or not to have one. In this post I’ll be discussing what a side-project exactly is, for those who do not know. I’ll also write about why you should have a side-project and how you could use them to your advantage. Let us get started.
Graduating, what a great feeling. You know all the basics. They have handed you all the skills and know-how to survive in the world. In other words, you are ready to take on the world.
But where do you begin? How do you take on the world when it seems so big? And it can feel pretty big after graduating. In this post I will describe some actions that you can do to start taking on the world.
If you are a developer how would you rate yourself? Or a company that is hiring developers, how would you rate those developers?
This is a question that is often in the mind of the developer or the headhunter’s head. And even though there is no answer that is 100% certain to be true, the people over at realsoftwaredevelopment did their best to create a list of 15 items to use as a tip to rate a software engineer.
You can find this list here.
So how do you rate a software developer?
So I finally started a blog. Not only is this blog intended for myself, it is also intended for other developers. With news, tips and tricks I hope to inspire new and old.
It is important for each developer to keep learning and the best way to do that is to share our knowledge. This way we can all learn from each other.
More content coming soon!