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?

8 Communication Mistakes that Undermine Your Promotion as a Software Developer

May 16th, 2019|0 Comments

When you see a number in the title of an article, you may expect to find easy tips you can start implementing today to level up your skills. I have consumed some of these articles

The Key to Building Great Software Engineering Teams (Hint: It’s Not Productivity)

November 25th, 2018|0 Comments

It is not an obvious task to screen for productivity in a recruitment process. Companies often hire developers who have a hard time becoming productive. Even worse, HR best practices in some environments often slow

The Software Developer’s Learning Plan

August 14th, 2018|0 Comments

Warning! Some thought provoking lies ahead. You see, I get feedback from software developers all the time. I hear things like, I want to learn the Go language. Then I ask the question, why Go?

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.

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