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There’s never a wrong time to learn a new language, but few languages provide as many user benefits as SQL. This database management system was created in the 1970s to communicate with and manipulate data. So, what are some reasons to learn SQL online now? 1. SQL jobs are in high demand According to a …
What Does a Software Engineer Do? A Day in the Life
With a projected 24 percent growth by 2026, the software engineering field boasts impressive job prospects. If you’re interested in coding, software engineering is an industry you should consider, but what do software engineers really do? A day in the life of a software engineer is ever-changing. While there are definite trends across the profession, …
From Software Developer to Technology Evangelist
When I decided to transition my career into software engineering, I wasn’t sure where to start. I didn’t have a background in computer science and I didn’t want to spend years going back to college, but I had recently moved to Seattle and could tell immediately that the technology community there was thriving. I quickly …