I doodled this tangle of shapes during a discussion around Service Oriented Architectures, and how to split services into small functional units defined by the data they own. … [Read more...] about Doodle Tuesday: Service Oriented Architecture
Archives for July 2017
This is the first CoderHood Index infographic. It shows the hottest computer languages based on the Job Markert for ads posted on ZipRecruiter and Indeed as of July 2017.
Feel free to download and re-post this infographic on your website or blog. The only thing I ask in return is a link to this post from the page on your site or blog containing the infographic. Thank you. … [Read more...] about Hottest Computer Languages on the Job Market for 2017 [infographic]
Do I Need a CS Degree?
I can’t count how often I was asked this question over the years. The short answer is “no.” You do not need a CS degree to have a prosperous career in tech. It is important, however, to have some solid CS fundamentals.
A CS degree from a reputable university will teach you what you need, and a lot more. So much more than it is simply not necessary unless you plan on working on very algorithmically complex systems. You can study the practical aspects of CS you need to … [Read more...] about 5 CS Degree Myth-Busting Software Engineering Facts
Doodling is freedom of expression, and there are absolutely no rules. This Tuesday's doodle is a small and simple one, in two colors. Sometimes, less is more. … [Read more...] about Doodle Tuesday: Flower of Life
What is culture?
If a company were a person, its culture would be the inner dialog, character, personality, values, dreams, and mood of the individual. Culture is hard to define because is not one single thing, but the interaction of many different aspects that are often in competition and balance with each other.
Despite what corporate law says, an organization is not one person, but a set of people and their interactions. Company culture is an overall personality that results from the … [Read more...] about Company culture starts at the top, and grows at the bottom