7 Lessons I Learned From My First Software Engineering Job @ CTCT

I am writing this piece as a way to celebrate two years at my first job out of college. It has been a positive experience transitioning from college to professional life, albeit with some inevitable ups and downs, but that should be a guarantee. Nevertheless, below are seven nuggets of knowledge and wisdom I have acquired in my first two years in Silicon Valley.

Supercharging Continuous Delivery with KiF iOS UI Automation

From car manufacturing to software engineering, there has always been an ongoing pursuit for teams to leverage their process of delivering value as a competitive advantage. In the quest for a more-perfect process, Continuous Delivery stands as the tantamount answer to the burning questions of how teams can be more agile, innovative, and adaptive to market feedback. The process of developing quality iOS applications is no different.

Starting My First Job: 90 Days with Constant Contact

I cannot believe it has been three months since I walked from Berkeley and walked into my first job in the Silicon Valley. The beginning of this September marks the ninety days that I have been at my first new job as a software engineer for Constant Contact. Below is an account of what it was like for me to start my new job, the things I learned along the way, and the things that get me up every morning ready for work.