Professionalism, Emotional Intelligence, Communication in Software Engineering

  • What are my interviewers looking for?
  • How can I market my skills and expertise to stand out from the crowd?
  • How does professionalism outperform negotiation skills, posing, and cheap tricks?
  • How can I use my skills to become a freelancer or build a business?

How I got my first few clients as a freelance software developer

July 18th, 2019|0 Comments

There are various stages in our lives when we feel the need to either earn a side income, or break free from employment and create a service that we deviver on our own. Throughout my

The Software Developer’s Dress Code

July 14th, 2019|0 Comments

There are heated debates around what clothes should software developers wear at work. Some developers take their opinion so seriously as if they were debating the epic "open brace in new line or same line?"

5 Ways for Getting Paid as a Software Developer

July 1st, 2019|0 Comments

Many software developers are interested in getting a 10% or a 20% raise, while in reality, there are many other options that help you make more money. If you have a goal right now that

Hiring managers already know that soft skills matter in the 21st Century

There is a very strong correlation between emotional intelligence, and the degree of success in our careers. People with high emotional intelligence make an average of $29,000 more per year than people with low emotional intelligence (source: Travis Bradberry, Jean Greaves: Emotional Intelligence 2.0).

These are the skills that the modern employers expect from you. These are the skills that give you an edge over other software developers.

The keys of stress-free career building

Four Pillars of a Successful Tech Interview