I had always wondered why I passed my interview for my first job. Barely a month after graduation, I went to a company headquarters for a coding interview. I was given a desktop computer with a JBuilder installed, and asked to code something. Fresh out of college and without Google then, it was difficult to […]
The case of the missing packages
On my first job, at day 1, I was given a desktop computer that is not what I used during the the job interview, I might have been given a book as well as a reference. Things I had to do manually when I sat on my chair: I remember then that we had to […]
How manual can we go?
Once upon a time, I worked as a Business Systems Analyst. Even during this time, I always considered myself a Coder / Programmer first and foremost. Since most of my career was spent as a consultant/contractor, I learned to be an IT chameleon of sorts (Or maybe a unicorn). As a consultant, you don’t really […]
A Blog about Software Engineering
Hello World! Of all the topics I tried on blogging – this is probably the one closest to home. Software Engineering is me, this is what I do! 17 years in the industry and I still love doing it, it excites me! From Gambling to Banking, and regardless of what role I was in within […]