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Jeff Sloan

Software engineer - firmware Retired
Management Occupations - Computer and Mathematical Occupations
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andre Jul 03 533 views

How do I tailor my cv to tell a better history?

- I am 33, I just finish my doctorate, I am not fully committed to the academic area. How should I tailor my cv for the market (data-engineering or R&D engineering)? - I feel like I have many skills (google cloud platform, python, digital transformation project coordinator), but the market is...

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klaus May 30 1034 views

what should i do to become best computer guru?

Im just curious to know almost everything in computer field.

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John May 18 786 views

Why do engineers struggle to get jobs and market themselves ?

Most engineers find themselves stuck after graduating because they do not know how to market themselves and this is concerning because they need to know the steps on how to be successful

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Josue May 15 778 views

What advice do you have for students who are passionate about software development but may feel overwhelmed by the vast amount of information and technologies to learn?

Some people might suggest staying focused or trying to divide your workload, but many individuals in the field still struggle with feelings of being overwhelmed by the ever-evolving nature of technology and the multitude of options available for specialization. Could you share any personal...

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Victor May 13 439 views

What careers can I pursue if I study computer science in college

I really want to study computer science because I am passionate about it, but the careers that I'll pursue after that is what seems confusing to me

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Godspower Apr 07 578 views

What are some common software development issues? And some trouble shooting tips.

I love software development and wnt o be a software engineer when I finish college, I'm currently in grade 11 and will be finishing in a couple of months

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arinze Apr 12 435 views

As a high school student, how do I know if computer engineering is the right college major for me?

Am 14years old rising high school senior, I have been learning how to code in my free time for the past year or so, I have decided that I want to study computer science in college, but am still not entirely sure about my decision#college#computer#computer science#college major

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Ajer Apr 04 502 views

Which career choice do you think will still be relevant after 20 years?

most jobs will end with technology and AI

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Summer Mar 30 582 views

How to turn my weakness into one of my strengths?

I'm kind of a procrastinator but I always do my work as the last moment.i work better under pressure because I focus more on those type of moments

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Joe Mar 29 365 views

How can i do better in programming?

I love writing codes, I want to know how I'll get better at it

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Rudra Mar 22 628 views

What to choose for undergraduate career?

, a plain computer science, or computer science with minor business Or computer science with Artificial intelligence , i am already get accepted in University of Alberta in computing science -AI major, but confused as general CS better or CS with AI better

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Janet Mar 15 906 views

How can you overcome challenges ?

What leads to success

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Kenneth Mar 16 538 views

How difficult is it to major in computer science in college with having no prior experience in high school?

I just got accepted into UCSC for computer science, but I am questioning whether or not I can handle what is to come. How should I prepare myself, having no prior experience in coding?

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Anirud Mar 03 575 views

What is the best way to keep having motivation?

I have interest in computer science and STEM.

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Ty Jan 19 1096 views

How can I be able to choose a career when I can't be able to make decisions ?

I find it difficult to explain myself