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  • The evolution of software engineering April 8, 2021 8:31 am
    No one can learn software engineering in two months, six months, or even a year. You will not be taught to be a software engineer in a course, university, or boot camp. I’ve been learning for the past twenty-plus years and I’m still learning now. I could only safely call myself an experienced software engineer after a decade of learning […] The post The evolution of software engineering appeared first on TuneDit.
    Danny V. Gilbert
  • What is software development proof of concept? April 8, 2021 7:55 am
    Concept validation or proof of concept is an important step when it comes to complex and, therefore, expensive projects. It gives a clear idea of whether the idea is feasible and exactly how to implement it. Thus, proof or proof of concept involves the preparation of a certain list of measurable criteria that allows you to assess the expected end […] The post What is software development proof of concept? appeared first on TuneDit.
    Danny V. Gilbert
  • What programming language should I learn? March 10, 2021 8:38 am
    It is virtually impossible to be a universal IT-specialist. Therefore, first of all it is necessary to choose a programming language. Perhaps the decisive factor will be a certain goal in relation to the direction of activity. A lot of newbies today choose web programming. Modern companies increasingly need specialists to meet the needs of business. The same requires the […] The post What programming language should I learn? appeared first on TuneDit.
    Danny V. Gilbert
  • Who is a Software Engineer January 23, 2021 8:25 am
    All software engineers can code, but not all software engineers are capable of developing software concepts. Some people don’t like the definition of “Software Engineer” (aka software engineer, aka Software Engineer) because most of the time we use the word “engineer” when talking about something more physical – construction, for example. Our article, of course, is not about the term […] The post Who is a Software Engineer appeared first on TuneDit.
    Danny V. Gilbert
  • Software and its development December 25, 2020 8:17 am
    In 1985 a book by Joseph Fox, a project manager from IBM, entitled Software and Software Development, was published. This book formulated the basic principles not only of software development, but also of software project management. They were formulated at a time when there were no icons like ITIL, Agile and others. Recently I reread this book and was pleased […] The post Software and its development appeared first on TuneDit.
    Danny V. Gilbert
  • Open Source: Features and Benefits December 10, 2020 8:08 am
    Breaking the myths about Open Source products The notion of Open Source (or open source code) became a part of developers’ life long ago, but common users are still confused sometimes: lack of understanding leads not only to myths but also to fear to trust open solutions to their company (they say, no one gives any guarantees there!). It is […] The post Open Source: Features and Benefits appeared first on TuneDit.
    Danny V. Gilbert
  • Program quality and code quality November 11, 2020 8:27 am
    Good programs are clear and readable. They are easy to extend, get along well with other programs, and work with them will not be your nightmare. The quality of the code is not negotiable. It has to be high, and that’s it. When considering it, no excuses like a bad mood of the coder or too tight deadlines are acceptable […] The post Program quality and code quality appeared first on TuneDit.
    Danny V. Gilbert

Topcoder Feeds

  • TCO21 Stage 4 Winners July 23, 2021 7:27 am
    Congratulations to our TCO21 Stage 4 Winners! The post TCO21 Stage 4 Winners appeared first on Topcoder.
    DaraK
  • Rookie SRM 6 Editorial July 23, 2021 6:58 am
    BiggestDuplicate Probably the easiest way to handle this problem is to first sort the list of integers. Then, starting with the largest ones, we look to see if any are duplicated. Since the list is sorted, duplicates will always be adjacent. LinearSignals The size of the problem is small enough that we could simply check, […] The post Rookie SRM 6 Editorial appeared first on Topcoder.
    KassanErinn
  • Single Round Match 809 Editorials July 22, 2021 10:46 am
    OptimalGolf When can we get a hole-in-one? Clearly, this is possible if and only if some of the clubs can hit distance D. If we cannot get a hole-in-one, we will make at least two strokes. Where can we land after the second stroke? Let M = max(clubHi) be the maximum distance we can hit […] The post Single Round Match 809 Editorials appeared first on Topcoder.
    misof
  • INSIDE THE MODERN WORKFORCE PART 2: Blending Crowd into a Traditional Talent ecosystem July 21, 2021 6:51 pm
    A new concept of work emerged during the pandemic. Bedrooms became offices, meetings became moments to check in with colleagues, and the idea of “work” became less constrained. We’re primed for the next step. Now is the time to form resilient infrastructure that can flex and respond to whatever comes next. That means building a […] The post INSIDE THE MODERN WORKFORCE PART 2: Blending Crowd into a Traditional Talent ecosystem appeared first on Topcoder.
    Annika Nagy
  • The Technology of Modern Talent Acquisition with Kelly’s Tim Proehm July 16, 2021 1:45 pm
    Every week on the Uprisor podcast, we talk with enterprise leaders and futurists about how work is changing. This week, Topcoder VP Clinton Bonner spoke with future of work expert Tim Proehm. As VP of Digital Product Architecture at Kelly®, Tim is using technologies like AI, analytics, blockchain, RPA, and chat bot automation to create […] The post The Technology of Modern Talent Acquisition with Kelly’s Tim Proehm appeared first on Topcoder.
    Annika Nagy
  • How to Start Your Crowdsourcing Journey: Why a Portfolio of Projects is the Right Way to Begin July 13, 2021 10:16 am
    When you’re ready to start experimenting with crowdsourcing and on-demand talent, learn from organizations that have done it successfully. Sustainable crowd programs often follow traditional growth and maturity curves, both in the type of work being done and how they develop in scope and complexity with each successive stage. We strongly recommend you start with […] The post How to Start Your Crowdsourcing Journey: Why a Portfolio of Projects is the Right Way to Begin appeared first on Topcoder.
    Dhananjay Deshmukh
  • How HR Can Step Up and Lead in the Freelance Revolution with Jon Younger July 12, 2021 8:20 pm
    Jon Younger is an HR thought-leader, author, advisor, board member, and early stage investor in HR tech startups. He joins the Uprisor podcast to discuss agile talent, HR’s role in architecting a workforce, and why the freelance revolution isn’t a threat to organizations, but instead a liberation of organizations and talent. Jon is the founder […] The post How HR Can Step Up and Lead in the Freelance Revolution with Jon Younger appeared first on Topcoder.
    Annika Nagy
  • Inside the Modern Workforce: 5 Stories from Leaders Using On Demand Talent July 9, 2021 7:26 pm
    From hybrid work to a hybrid workforce Everyone is talking about hybrid work right now. While some people are returning to the office and others are home for good, the future will likely be hybrid. The next step goes beyond WHERE work is happening to WHO it’s happening with. The next big shift is in […] The post Inside the Modern Workforce: 5 Stories from Leaders Using On Demand Talent appeared first on Topcoder.
    Annika Nagy
  • NFTs, the Value in Uniqueness, and Skills Based Identity Wallets with Chris DeLaurentis July 7, 2021 7:28 pm
    The Uprisor podcast brings you great conversations with Future of Work thought leaders and innovators. Today’s episode features returning guest Chris DeLaurentis, a.k.a Lazy Baer. Chris is the Global Director of Innovation at Topcoder and leads efforts to bring cooler, newer edge technology to our customers and community.  The last time Chris joined us, he […] The post NFTs, the Value in Uniqueness, and Skills Based Identity Wallets with Chris DeLaurentis appeared first on Topcoder.
    Annika Nagy
  • An Interview with Srajas on his Gig Worker Experience July 2, 2021 10:12 am
    “Gig work makes me more comfortable economically.  My work is rewarded.” – srajas Thinking about joining the league of talented Topcoder gig workers? Check out Raja’s [srajas] experience with his current gig, which he is happy to share with you.  Raja joined Topcoder as a UI developer in 2014. His areas of expertise are HTML, […] The post An Interview with Srajas on his Gig Worker Experience appeared first on Topcoder.
    DaraK

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