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Career Transitions Series: Values

“Our values can be fluid and change over time. The values you held 5 years ago may be vastly different than what they are today. If they haven’t changed that much, that’s OK! As time passes, we may start to form different opinions about the places we work, the importance of different factors around work, and the field(s) we are a part of.”

What led software engineers to Commit?

It’s normal these days to have a non-linear career path – we find a cadence between taking a break and working, which may also include switching companies.

6 essential but not-so-obvious qualities needed in the first engineer hire at a company

Every technical founder and CTO knows that the first few hires are critical for the future of a company. They can determine success or failure.So what qualities are needed in those first few hires?

New Report: The State of Software Developer Careers in Canada

Our new report reveals what today’s salary savvy software developers need to be fulfilled at work.

Software Engineer’s Technical Interview Questions and Preparation Guide

We prefer to think of technical interviews as a chance for both startups and software engineers to get to know one another and assess whether they’d like to commit to working together.

The Software Engineer’s Career Path: Everything you need to know

There are many entryways into a fulfilling and lasting career in software engineering and development. What’s inspiring is that no two software engineering (or development) career paths are the same. For us, that means this is the kind of career that’s open for exploration, continuous learning, and that can spell success for all kinds of people with different technical skill sets, personalities, and backgrounds.

The Software Engineer’s Career Path: Startup vs. Big Company

A career in software engineering and development doesn’t have to follow a linear path to be meaningful. Some people may enjoy the rigorous process of climbing the corporate ladder, while others may be more motivated by having a wide breadth of tactical problems to sink their teeth into.

Why you should talk to 30 people (and build a spreadsheet) before changing jobs

Mass adoption of remote-first working will be a huge driver in how the next generation of employees, particularly startup engineers, evaluate career transitions. Some go so far as to argue that the career transition will be relatively simple—the most talented people will pick up and go directly to their current employer’s competitors if they can’t work remotely.