How to become a programmer? How to learn to program? Of course, there are several ways to achieve this. Here they are:
As part of our cycle “Women in IT”, we invite you to read the conversation with an economist, researcher and lecturer Dr. Zofia Łapniewska.
As part of our cycle “Women in IT”, a conversation with two great and dynamic Product Owners: Gosia Gulgowska-Kowalska and Olga Springer. We invite you to read:) Where did your interest in the IT industry come from? Olga Springer, Head of Product, SentiOne: My cousin studied telecommunications, after graduation he had a very good job […]
Corporate social responsibility – benefits of CSR
The Joel Test – Have you heard about Spolsky’s “12 Steps for Better Software” Spolsky is a programmer, writer and author of the popular programming blog.
At SolveQ we put our best efforts to solve the problems of our clients with the best quality of the outcome. The first question oftentimes is where the true source of a problem lies and what solution would give the most desirable results.
There are some stereotypes associated with each professional group, but the IT industry is invariably brilliant in this respect 🙂 What are the most popular stereotypes of programmers?
Language researchers agree that the way we say or write not only describes but also cteates reality. Stereotypes fixed by language often create the wrong harmful image of people and groups. That is why it is so important to pay attention to what and how we say. The goal of the language of equality or […]
Zero Waste, or “waste” and “life without rubbish” is a lifestyle that involves minimizing the generation of waste and thus not polluting the environment.
Software engineers are in demand for several years already. That lead to a rapid increase in the number of companies offering courses in software development. What should you do next?