“Just two years ago I made the decision to change the course of my career and attend Ironhack Bootcamp to become a software engineer.” shares Emily Chen.
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This is the third in a series of articles on Hiring Engineers by Jocelyn Goldfein, Angel, Advisor. Formerly: Engineer @ Facebook, VMware, Startups, Trilogy.
This is the second in a series of articles on Hiring Engineers by Jocelyn Goldfein, Angel, Advisor. Formerly: Engineer @ Facebook, VMware, Startups, Trilogy.
This is the first in a series of articles on Hiring Engineers by Jocelyn Goldfein, Angel, Advisor. Formerly: Engineer @ Facebook, VMware, Startups, Trilogy.
When it comes to hiring the best engineers, competition is fierce. What can you do to make sure it’s you they want to impress?
CEO of Women Who Code speaks out about creating a pathway to recruiting the best engineers.
The president of SpaceX opened our conference with a lively, punchy keynote that reminded us how to empower ourselves and others. Here’s what we learned from her.
Applications for CODE2040 fellowships are due October 31, 2012.
By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0)
People of color will become the majority in the United States by the year 2040. Some have noted that the minority achievement gap will not be closed that same year, and started a technology program to actually do something about it.
CODE2040 aims to close the gap by increasing the number of underrepresented minorities in technology
With processes like Scrum and Kanban requiring more cross-team coordination of projects, engineering is getting a chance to weigh in on design much earlier when their feedback can be considered and not tossed aside as an 11th hour insight.
By Danielle Morrill (Co-Founder & CEO, Referly)
“Print out every single page of your website and tape it all up on a huge wall in your office or lay it out on the floor. Bring together key stakeholders from every department in your company and give them post-it notes. Ask them to place a post it on every page that drives a business outcome they feel/are responsible for.
Historically, engineers have owned the company’s website and everything on it. Other teams like marketing, sales and customer support could produce content, but software developers were the gateway through which all content eventually had to pass.
Michael Jackson’s lyrics decoded to the tune of entrepreneurship.
By Heather McGough (Founder, Urbanity Events)
I’ve recently interviewed developers from all over the Bay Area to ask them why they chose to take the leap and join risky, early-stage startup companies.
While each person had his/her own story to share, I heard common themes clear as melodies. Since many of us tend to have Michael Jackson in constant rotation, I decided to share what I’ve learned via the lyrics of the Moonwalk-ing King of Pop, and describe the virtues of choosing this Thriller-packed road of entrepreneurship.
By Cindy Alvarez (Head of Products and Customer Development, KISSmetrics)
Do you talk to the engineers you work with?
I mean, outside of specs, user stories, and meetings to review specs or user stories?
If you aren’t, you’re leaving a lot of untapped potential on the table and your company is losing a competitive advantage because of it.
I mean, you’re probably pretty smart.