Posts Tagged ‘software engineering company’

Life of A Programmer — Session 3 — But You Have a Challenging Software Engineering Job.

October 31, 2013

You have a challenging job with a great software engineering company.

You have a software engineering degree from an excellent university.

Financially, you are upper-middle class.

You have a nice house in a upper-class neighborhood.

Your feel that your future is certain.

I beg to disagree.  If you can accurately predict the future, you are in the wrong business.

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Life of A Programmer — Session 4 — How can you become more skilled than your fellow employees.

August 26, 2013

You were recently employed as a software developer in a major software engineering company.

You have a family that needs the financial resources that your job provides.

You need to reduce the risk of layoff and increase the probability of a raise.

Your needs are more likely to be met if you adopt the following four principles.

PRINCIPLE 1: WRITE AND EXECUTE A PLAN

PRINCIPLE 2: KEEP A WRITTEN DAILY LOG

PRINCIPLE 3: MAKE SMALL SELF-DOCUMENTING SOURCE FILES.

PRINCIPLE 4: ACCEPT NO VERBAL ORDERS

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Life of A Programmer — Session 3 — But You Have a Challenging Software Engineering Job.

August 23, 2013

You have a challenging job with a great software engineering company.

You have a software engineering degree from an excellent university.

Financially, you are upper-middle class.

You have a nice house in a upper-class neighborhood.

Your feel that your future is certain.

I beg to disagree.  If you can accurately predict the future, you are in the wrong business.

MORE IN THE NEXT MESSAGE

Life of A Programmer — Session 4 — How can you become more skilled than your fellow employees.

July 7, 2013

You were recently employed as a software developer in a major software engineering company.

You have a family that needs the financial resources that your job provides.

You need to reduce the risk of layoff and increase the probability of a raise.

Your needs are more likely to be met if you adopt the following four principles.

PRINCIPLE 1: WRITE AND EXECUTE A PLAN

PRINCIPLE 2: KEEP A WRITTEN DAILY LOG

PRINCIPLE 3: MAKE SMALL SELF-DOCUMENTING SOURCE FILES.

PRINCIPLE 4: ACCEPT NO VERBAL ORDERS

MORE IN THE NEXT MESSAGE

Life of A Programmer — Session 3 — But You Have a Challenging Software Engineering Job.

July 4, 2013

You have a challenging job with a great software engineering company.

You have a software engineering degree from an excellent university.

Financially, you are upper-middle class.

You have a nice house in a upper-class neighborhood.

Your feel that your future is certain.

I beg to disagree.  If you can accurately predict the future, you are in the wrong business.

MORE IN THE NEXT MESSAGE

Life of A Programmer — Session 3 — But You Have a Challenging Software Engineering Job.

April 6, 2013

You have a challenging job with a great software engineering company.

You have a software engineering degree from an excellent university.

Financially, you are upper-middle class.

You have a nice house in a upper-class neighborhood.

Your feel that your future is certain.

I beg to disagree.  If you can accurately predict the future, you are in the wrong business.

MORE IN THE NEXT MESSAGE

Life of A Programmer — Session 4 — How can you become more skilled than your fellow employees.

February 21, 2013

You were recently employed as a software developer in a major software engineering company.

You have a family that needs the financial resources that your job provides.

You need to reduce the risk of layoff and increase the probability of a raise.

Your needs are more likely to be met if you adopt the following four principles.

PRINCIPLE 1: WRITE AND EXECUTE A PLAN

PRINCIPLE 2: KEEP A WRITTEN DAILY LOG

PRINCIPLE 3: MAKE SMALL SELF-DOCUMENTING SOURCE FILES.

PRINCIPLE 4: ACCEPT NO VERBAL ORDERS

MORE IN THE NEXT MESSAGE

Life of A Programmer — Session 3 — But You Have a Challenging Software Engineering Job.

February 18, 2013

You have a challenging job with a great software engineering company.

You have a software engineering degree from an excellent university.

Financially, you are upper-middle class.

You have a nice house in a upper-class neighborhood.

Your feel that your future is certain.

I beg to disagree.  If you can accurately predict the future, you are in the wrong business.

MORE IN THE NEXT MESSAGE