After a quarter century of existence, I figured it was time to reflect on some of my favorite achievements.
As the semester begins to wind down, I’m beginning to move on from the honeymoon phase and back into the grind.
For the 44th edition of the Hello World in Every Language series, one of our authors, VirtualFlat, brings us Hello World in MATLAB.
Once again, we have a community submission for our Reverse a String series. Let’s learn to Reverse a String in Swift with Marty.
With another month in the books, let’s take a look at the latest The Renegade Coder news in the July 2018 Newsletter.
After everything I’ve written, I figured I might as well share an addendum of all the material I read to get me through the past year and a half.
At long last, allow me to finish this series with the full story behind why I left engineering, and where I plan to go from here.
Corporate engineering brainwashes thousands of new engineers each year into sharing the same perilous perspective. It’s like a cult of Kool-Aid drinkers out here.
How bad is the corporate environment for your health? In this installment of A String of Unfavorable Roles, I tackle that question in depth.
Most people would say engineering is a meritocracy, right? If so, my experience tells me that merit is a misnomer.