What software engineering really is: A short story

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Preface  I was scrolling through LinkedIn today and saw an interesting question posted by the fine people at Facebook. The question went like this: The question Facebook posted on LinkedIn My dad works in construction/home renovation and is a jack of all trades. The work he does is physically demanding and takes a lot of hard… Continue reading What software engineering really is: A short story

Starting an internship? Here are some things to look forward to.

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Whether it’s your first or sixth internship, the mixed feelings of nervousness and excitement with a little bit of anxiousness haven’t gone away. These are natural feelings; you’re starting a new job at a new company with new people working on projects that are most likely new to you. But don’t take this negatively because… Continue reading Starting an internship? Here are some things to look forward to.

Get Better at Estimating Your Project Timelines

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TLDR: Here is a link to the table with the points to consider when planning a project timeline. NOTE: there are 2 extra points not discussed in this article in the table (Architecture Effort and Effort vs Calendar), I’m still learning more about those. If you read the title, then maybe you’re like me and struggle with… Continue reading Get Better at Estimating Your Project Timelines

What is a perceptron?

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What are neural networks? A neural network is an interconnected system of perceptrons, so it is safe to say perceptrons are the foundation of any neural network. Perceptrons can be viewed as building blocks in a single layer in a neural network, made up of four different parts: Input Values or One Input Layer Weights and Bias… Continue reading What is a perceptron?