Unlocking the Hidden Value: Harnessing the Potential of Older Workers in the Tech Industry

Discover the untapped potential of older workers in the tech industry. As late-life careers become a prominent trend, seasoned professionals are redefining their trajectories. Explore how their experience, adaptability, and eagerness to learn make them invaluable assets. Learn why attracting and hiring these individuals can enhance innovation, collaboration, and long-term success. Uncover the transformative power of age-diverse workforces and the unique perspectives they bring to the dynamic world of technology.

The Debate over Removing Problematic Terms in Software: A Comprehensive Examination

“In a rapidly evolving digital landscape, the software development community finds itself at the crossroads of a significant debate—one that resonates far beyond lines of code. The discourse revolves around the removal of seemingly innocuous terms like ‘master’ and ‘slave’ from software and its documentation, sparking a profound examination of inclusivity, symbolism, and the very fabric of industry culture. As the tug-of-war between tradition and progress intensifies, this article delves into the heart of the matter, dissecting the arguments from both sides and shedding light on the human and financial dimensions at play. By navigating this nuanced terrain, readers can gain insight into the dynamic forces shaping software development’s future and engage in a crucial dialogue about the transformative power of language.”

Data Wrangling: Unveiling the Hidden Power of Data for Web and Applications

What is Data Wrangling, what do you need to know about it, and more will be discussed in this article.

Building Machines In Code

This entry is part 1 of 9 in the series Building Machines in Code

Regarding the difference between simulation and emulation:
Not limited to computers I use this distinction:
– A simulation mimics the outward appearance
– An emulation mimics the cause/process.

If you want to convince people that watching television gives you
stomach-aches, you can simulate this by holding your chest/abdomen and

Implementing Stack Oriented Languages – Part 3

Implementing Stack Oriented Languages – Part 3
This entry is part 3 of 4 in the series Implementing Stack Oriented Languages

Before we move on to adding more features to our language, I think it is high time we combine our disparate parts into a single entity.

How to Become A Freelance Software Developer

In theory, there is no difference between theory and practice. But, in practice there is! Jan L. A. van de Snepscheut I am often asked if you need a CS degree to become a software developer. I usually respond “It helps”. But the truth is I don’t have a CS degree and they were a