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Of the 100,000 or so new software engineers entering the industry this year in the US, only a small fraction will have graduated from CS…

Your Next Five Years: Career Planning for Bootcamp Grads

“At the end of the day I feel like any job like where you were working with smart people as your first job is probably good enough. My…

What Your Standup Reveals About Your Team

This post is contributed by Xavier Shay, who teaches our Engineering Leadership course. He was most recently Director of Payment…

Performance Reviews Are a Waste of Time

This post is contributed by Xavier Shay, who teaches our Engineering Leadership course. He was most recently Director of Payment…

An Introduction to Hashing in the Era of Machine Learning

In December 2017, researchers at Google and MIT published a provocative research paper about their efforts into “learned index structures”…

The Secret Life Of Your Login Credentials

Have you ever typed your social security number into a form on the Internet and wondered, “should I really click submit?” Most of us place…

First week of the Bradfield Sabbatical Program

What is everybody working on?

Credit to Dev Bootcamp

At last night’s office warming party, folks would come up to offer kind words of encouragement (“New office! New instructor! Really happy…

Why I Am Joining Bradfield

I’m excited to announce that in August I’ll be joining the Bradfield School of Computer Science as an instructor, and more importantly a…

Improve Your Hex Life With This One Weird Trick

One of the best ways to learn about network protocols is to deeply analyze raw network packet hex dumps. Few people do this, which is a…

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