Not everyone gets a summer internship after every year of college. Nothing came through for you this year? That doesn’t mean you can’t use the summer to your career’s advantage. This week Cat offers four ways to take advantage of the extra time on your hands that will give you something to show for your break — even without an internship.
Do this, do that – Seems like career experts do nothing but spout the same advice to all people. But the truth is you have to take their pointers and boil them down to the formula that works for you. This week, Cat distills all of the advice you may have heard into a list of simple, essential ideas.
MIT, Stanford, Carnegie Mellon … The brand-name schools. What if those aren’t right for you? Don’t be discouraged. A number of colleges offer solid computer science programs. You just have to look for them. These five got Cat’s attention. See more stories about college technology and engineering programs here.
Some developers see technical interviews as just part of the process that they have to put up with when they’re looking for work. Others think they’re great, and a great deal more think they’re the worst thing to happen to programming since <insert most hated programming language here>. Cat explains why managers like them. See more stories on coding interviews here.