I think we often do a great job of flogging the dead horse of whiteboarding problems when giving coding interview advice.
At work, computer scientists build and deploy programs, algorithms, and systems to solve real-world problems. In most tech jobs, they spend the majority of their time working in teams on new software products.
I get really frustrated when I see people and companies online selling unrealistic dreams when it comes to coding education.
With so many job boards out there, it can be terribly confusing to know where to start when you’re looking for a programming job - especially if you’re looking for your first programming job.
The future is bright for career options in computer science with remote work opening up doors that weren’t present before.
I spent a lot of time scouring google with queries like “Is computer science hard reddit” back when I was deciding whether I should go ahead and actually get a computer science degree.
With markets in a slump, many of us are concerned a recession could be right around the corner.
I’ve reviewed a lot of resumes, both as an engineering manager and in the monthly resume workshops we do in the Boot.
A while back I went through the interview process at a company I won’t name here.