Editor’s Note: In the hope of helping the community of readers, I am looking at various job posting options for this blog. Today, we have a direct job posting in Columbia, MD! Fiducial, a national provider of financial services (Business Counseling, Bookkeeping, Payroll and Tax Preparation & Advisory Services) to small businesses and their owners, […]

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Like any normal blogger, I obsess about my blog. How much traffic am I getting? Where is the traffic coming from? What search terms are leading people here? The search terms are most interesting when it comes to thinking about new content to write. Today, I am writing about a question I saw in the […]

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Lately, more services have appeared with the hope of showing who has experience with various technologies. The idea is meant to solve two problems. First, influence is a hot topic right now, with people focusing more on general influence and sites like Klout or PeerIndex. How do you find people that know about things like […]

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Many people talk about the things a software engineer needs to know in order to be successful in their job. Other people talk about the traits needed to be successful. Typically, these posts may read differently but there are many similarities between the two posts. In reality, a software can never really be successful without […]

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Obviously, programming is “hard” otherwise everyone would do it and making solid applications would not be so difficult. However, the expectation does not always match reality. The most basic parts of programming are not hard. If you review my old post on advice for learning a programming language, learning the basics like syntax, loops and […]

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