Software Development Tips Coding for Beginners and More

This week at HackerNoon’s weekly roundup, we looked at three articles from software developers who taught us a bit about how to get the most out of your work, why low-code solutions could change the world of data science, and how to secure a server room.

Nicolas Ng

Publisher here on this green site.

twitter social icon

Hi hackers,

This week, we took a look at our top stories and found a trio of stories written by developers about the realities of working in the field. Stories written by developers have been some of the most interesting stories we receive on the site thanks to the details that many of our contributors go into when talking about the things they specialize in.

Our articles this week cover how to get the most out of your job as a software engineer, the burgeoning field of low-code data science, and even how to physically secure a server room.

This week’s collection has taught us to use common sense solutions to complex issues like how to find opportunities in entry-level jobs and how to protect your data. He also looked to the future and what it could mean for developers and data scientists.

You can read all the stories at the links below! I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.

Lessons from my first software engineering job by Karol Horosin

About The Meteoric Rise of the Low Code Data Scientist by Jorge Torres

Physical security best practices for your server room by Zac Amos

. . . comments & After!

Gordon K. Morehouse