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comment Hiring at start-ups vs established companies
Google does have a comparatively more general job description, but its also clear that they vastly prefer extensive experience writing code in C++ or Java, which I believe alongwith Python are the languages most prevalent at Google.
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A great post on how to get experience with large datasets, with access to various free large datasets highscalability.com/blog/2010/12/8/…
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comment Do non-manager coders in their forties or older out there sometimes regret about not being managers?
Programmer who are not that good at coding become managers and get a higher paycheck? Why don't they get fired instead?
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comment Do non-manager coders in their forties or older out there sometimes regret about not being managers?
So essentially being a manager pays more, but there are far more developer jobs on the market.
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comment Do non-manager coders in their forties or older out there sometimes regret about not being managers?
An interesting comment, and I have seen cases of this at some large corporations.