I have been placed in a recent position where my job title does not adequately represent what my current duties entail. I am worried that this classification will affect me later in my career as the ...
I just watched a presentation about simplicity by Rich Hickey at InfoQ where he goes over the constructs programmers use to produce artifacts and how those constructs make various trade-offs when it ...
At my current job, I have coworkers who still throw interview questions at me even though I've been working there for 6 months. I though it would end after I got hired but then it continued on and on. ...
During an interview, usually the interviewee is the one being measured. However I believe as an interviewee we should also question the measurement of the IT company that we applied for, but how? I ...
What are some good questions (and good/bad answers) to ask at an interview to gauge the competency of the company/team? [duplicate]
Possible Duplicate: What questions do you ask about a company before deciding to work there? I'm already familiar with the Joel Test, but it's been my experience that some of the questions ...
In the same vein as this question, it seems like in every interview an engineer says that they're working with the smartest people. Well it's statistically impossible for every company to have the ...
I'm leaving my current company, and I'm looking for a better place to work. But this time I'm confused. I don't want to walk in and out in six months again. I want to find a company which I can work ...
I'm reading The Daily WTF archives and especially those stories about IT-related companies which have a completely wrong approach of software development, the job of a developer, etc. Some stories ...
I'm a web developer who previously joined a software company not knowing their value and respect went to big data analysis, not their website. Sure, they needed a public-facing website, but I ...
I first asked this question on Stack Overflow, but it turns out this is a better place for it. Imagine you were working as a software developer. Imagine that the manager of your team leaves and your ...
Sort of like the Joel Test I guess, except you don't need to limit it to checklists of yes/no questions.