The first programming language I ever used was BASIC. I was twelve or thirteen when a classmate introduced me to it. The first thing I tried making was a text-based choose-your-own-adventure game.
So you’ve got a job as a junior software engineer. Congratulations — it’s a fun gig! At first you’re just chuffed that you’re in this new role. But at some point you will inevitably ask: what do I need to do to not be a junior any more? Chances are — despite career ladders and progression frameworks becoming more common — your organization won’t have a clear answer.
on using 5109 words https://tulv.io/stories/on-being-a-junior-engineer/ Ilya Tulvio
There are six of us sitting around the table: me, my boss, his boss, and, across from us, our senior client and his two lackeys. We are on the receiving end of a grand bollocking. How did we end up here? I had messed up a technology choice.
In The Many on using 937 words https://tulv.io/stories/how-to-make-technology-choices/ Ilya Tulvio
In The Many on using 555 words https://tulv.io/stories/why-developers-make-the-worst-startup-founders/ Ilya Tulvio
We’ve been told the artificial intelligence revolution is right around the corner. But what if it isn’t? What if this is just another false dawn? After all, we’ve been set to harvest the rich bounty of AI before. Technology turning out to be a false promise in general could mean that we — and our children, and their children — will have to get used to a world of diminishing prosperity.
In The Many on using 967 words https://tulv.io/stories/what-if-ai-is-a-failed-dream/ Ilya Tulvio