A Lesson in Confidence: What I’ve Learned From Working at Google as a Software Engineer | by Zachary Allegretti | Jun, 2022

I wish I knew these things when I started Photo by author This coming July marks my 3rd year at Google. With my approaching Googleversary, I’ve been muting about my journey from an anxious new grad to a prosperous SWE. I joined in 2019 right after graduating from The Ohio State University with a BS … Read more

Eight Lessons I’ve Learnt in a Year of Freelancing as a Software Engineer | by Madeleine Smith | Jun, 2022

Oh, heck, where has the time gone? It’s been just over a year since I decided to take the plunge and start freelancing. Prior to doing this, I had been working full time in various companies in London as a software engineer, ie, a bog-standard 9 to 5. Freelancing is definitely a different way of … Read more