Is life too short for a 9 to 5 job?
Is software testing gradually dying?
What is the secret to insane productivity?
Why do programmers get paid so much?
How can you tell if you are in a wrong job?
What is your honest opinion about unit testing?
What do people in IT industry do post the age of 45-50?
What are some bitter truths of software engineers in India?
Why do most (or some) software engineers hate their jobs?
How and why do software engineers earn very high salaries?
At what age do programmers stop being good at what they do?
What’s the ugly side of Silicon Valley and the tech industry culture?
What do programmers do while programming to keep them cool?
What is the life of an IT employee after being fired from a company?
How many years a software engineer can survive in IT industry in India?
What are the computer languages I should learn to get a job at Google?
How do successful CEOs and entrepreneurs deal with employee burnout?
What’s the most important lesson you’ve learned as a software engineer?
5 men can finish a job in 10 days. How many days would 10 men take to do it?
Why do people quit their jobs at dream companies like Facebook or Google?
Do programmers have some coding secrets that are only learnt by experience?
How would life be in the next 10 years of a mid-aged IT software engineer who is average in his field?
What are the 5 most important things that a company needs to do to engage and motivate its employees?
How should I quit my job without getting into an argument with my clingy boss who would make it personal?
Why do some developers at strong companies like Google consider Agile development to be nonsense?
Software engineers are hot now. Will they be discarded as well after their service is not needed any more?
What specific traits or skills are required to be a productive software engineer, and how hard is it to obtain them?
As a software developer, is it bad if I just want to stay average, get the pay cheque and enjoy my life after work?
Is it true that software engineers can only work until the age of 35/40 because they then get fired by their companies?
How did your expectation of software engineering jobs during college compare to working in the industry now?
Is it worth learning programming or coding because all are saying that now there is software which can program or code itself?
Do you write comments in your code to keep track of the logic of the code? How important is it to document what the code does?
Many say that the IT boom in India is over, and now, the hikes are more or less fixed, i.e, the time and amount of hike is fixed. Is it true?
Why are software engineers so highly paid if there are so many great developers in Asia willing to work for so much less than Silicon Valley folks?
You have heard that a number of key staff at your company have received offers from other companies which offer an attractive salary. How can you address this matter?
I can design a complex software architecture and select the best algorithms and technical stack for a project, but I don’t know how to program all the details, what should I do?
Why is it that people who have taken a career break are not considered suitable for working again? Despite many efforts to find employment, nobody even looked into my resume, let alone shortlisted me for an interview.
Why do Indian software startup companies expect an exceptional coding and knowledge skill-set from college freshers? Do they not understand that someone with good skills would prefer to go to a bigger company with more pay?