Apple announced many improvements during their WWDC keynote this year. The greatest improvement, though, was not a feature or bug fix. It wasn't an updated OS nor was it a new phone.
Tech interviews should be fun. They're not. They feel like interrogations. Worse, many of the questions asked in them amount to simple ego stroking and share little about the depth of a
You don't wash cast iron pans. There are a few reasons for this.
The most important reason is that food cooked in a cast iron pan adds character to it. It starts
Your job is not to manage people. You read that right. Your job, like every other employee's job, is to improve the 4 factors critical to long term business success. Your
Phantoms, ghouls, spectres; semi-transparent demons and star antagonists of your horror story du jour. So much of their frightfulness stems from their intangible nature. People see them and know they exist, but
Most of my past projects are bad at collecting money. Some are literally incapable of it. Of all the mistakes i've made as an engineer, i list this among the worst.
The world's best programmers share exactly one thing in common: a passion.
That passion is not for code.
The passion is for creation. We are addicted to creation, whether it's solutions, websites
Software is a house. An intranet is a gated community and a proof of concept is nothing but a model home. To software people, these analogies are novel. To non-technical clients, they
A second introductory problem, this time introducing integer sequences reliant on previous values.
The Fibonacci sequence is an integer sequence obtained by adding the previous two terms. For the purposes
A geometric counting problem based strongly on a single mathematical pattern. My solution ended up needing some arbitrary loop limits, which tends to suggest a lapse in understanding. The completed script finished