Posts from the ‘Computer Engineering’ category

Financial services isn’t just about numbers. It’s about opening doors to opportunities.

This article is sponsored by Deutsche Bank. A major in Computer Science and a minor in Creative Writing is not the typical background of someone who…

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Top 20 Tech Employers Students Want to Work For

You’ve probably already been to the careers page of at least one of these organizations. Companies like Google have such strong internal brand names, that student applicants…

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5 Ways to Secure a Software Engineering Internship

There’s no doubt that an internship is a shortcut to students’ future employment. Students with paid or unpaid internships on their resume have a much better…

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4 Reasons to Consider a Coding Bootcamp

For some, the opportunity to learn to code is exciting. For others, the potential cost and time is terrifying. However, it doesn’t need to be. Whatever your…

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Top 5 Highest Paying Careers for Electrical Engineering Graduates

Whether you have your electrical engineering degree in hand or you’re on the homestretch heading towards final exam week, browsing through potential career prospects can feel…

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The Interactive Gaming Industry Needs Art Majors

Life-like gaming experiences require an impressive roster of people. Designers, lighters, programmers and artists all play integral roles. However, our interactive office in Seattle has been…

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Best Cities (Around the World) to Move to for Programming Jobs

While most people view the West Coast of the United States as the epicenter of the programming and developing world, the truth is that plenty of other…

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The Simple Tactic That Proves You’re a Good Programmer

I’m not a good programmer, says that little voice in the back of your head. So many programmers are hard on themselves because, in today’s tech world,…

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3 Must-Haves for Your Developer Interview at a Startup

Acing a technical interview is crucial. Unfortunately, you can write flawless code and still jeopardize your candidacy at a startup if you don’t do your homework. This rule…

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