I recently made an update to my 2016 post on dispatches from the software world.
Anyone who remembers how to play a certain family card game named the Spanish word for “one” will enjoy my hacky version that I posted a few years ago to GitHub.
Did you know that people who rely on food stamps are less likely to make six figure salaries than those who don’t? Or that people who don’t attend AA meetings are more likely to suffer from liver disease than those who do? It’s true. And you should be very concerned.
Here, in no particular order, are some things I learned in my career so far as a software developer. Really wish I’d known these before graduating. Hopefully it will help someone else!