Biased decision-making certainly isn’t unique to AI systems, but in many ways, it is uniquely discoverable in these systems. The ability to interrogate machine learning systems to uncover bias is incredibly valuable, and we should avail ourselves of the opportunity.
Mastering Kotlin author Nate Ebel talks about how choosing the right programming language can make a difference in your work – and your overall happiness as an engineer.
Using ambiguous technical language when talking algorithms in interviews can zap a lot of your credibility.
Debugging is one of the most challenging activities in all of software engineering. We often look to specific tactics to hone our skill, but they often have limited effect. The real thing that makes for great debuggers is philosophy: foundational principles and orientations that allow for a whole other level of problem-solving skill.
This article is about approaching the question of culture fit from a place of authenticity. This will help you learn how to make sure you never miss out on a job because of it and honestly tell, for your own good, when you actually aren’t a fit.
Jobseeking in the early part of your software engineering career can be tough. Adding Triplebyte to your toolkit to showcase your skills and stand out to recruiters and hiring managers is an easy way to supercharge your search.
Triplebyte is matching promising CS students whose summer internships were canceled with startups that can offer flexible, remote summer externships.
We examine all the Shark Tank technology pitches from seasons 9-11 to answer the following: What questions did sharks ask tech entrepreneurs? How were these questions answered? Were certain responses associated with success or failure? What are the various reasons sharks said, “I'm out”?
When it comes to algorithms, it doesn’t matter if you have a CS degree from Stanford or just finished a front-end bootcamp. You may have been out of school for fifteen years, or you may be entirely self-taught with no formal training. You absolutely _can _master algorithms for interviews (and beyond). I’m living proof.