Software Problem Solving

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Sometimes you can distinguish engineers who are good at problem solving by their resume.They don’t speak about their past work merely in tools and frameworks. They talk about their impact to the business or to their users.

Sometimes you can distinguish engineers who are good at problem solving by their resume.They don’t speak about their past work merely in tools and frameworks. They talk about their impact to the business or to their users.

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To be effective, software engineers must hone their problem-solving skills and master a complex craft that requires years of study and practice.

Despite what newcomers might think, understanding a programming language, a framework or even algorithms is not the hard part of building software.

For example, languages are easy, especially the C-inspired imperative ones.

And because they know their tools so well, they can apply that knowledge to solve a problem in clever ways (e.g.

using a bitmap to sort an array of integers, implementing binary search in reverse when you don’t know the size of the thing your trying to search).

Computer languages, frameworks, and algorithms are tools that you can learn by studying.

Solving problems, however, is complicated and hard to learn other than through long practice and applied mentorship.

Becoming good at solving problems requires a lot of practice and experience.

A software engineer is a problem solver first, and a coder second.

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