’bout time a girl founded the next Facebook/Google/Apple. By Frances Advincula (Software Engineer, Accenture) What I love most about being an engineer is at the end of the day, I am helping build a product, something tangible and measurable. Of course, it doesn’t hurt that right now, everyone wants to learn how to program, since [...]
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The front-end web and mobile development is where UX meets code. By Frances Advincula (Software Engineer, Accenture) When I was young, I wanted to be a fashion designer. But then I grew up and realized I actually have to be able to eat food and pay rent, so I became a software engineer instead. Fast [...]
“…if you have a humble eagerness to learn something from everybody, your learning opportunities will be unlimited.” By Frances Advincula (Software Engineer, Accenture) In my last article, I wrote about lessons I learned as a young woman in my first engineering job fresh from undergrad. I thought this week, why not write about things I [...]
If you are a young girl in tech, realize that you will be different, accept that, but don’t expect others to change for you. By Frances Advincula (Software Engineer, Accenture) I was at a party my Filipino family friends threw for my twenty-first birthday last weekend when one of the younger kids asked me how [...]
A goldmine of presentations, articles, and books on lean startup concepts, business models… By Frances Advincula (Former Platform Development Intern, Accenture Software) In the last few weeks, I have become obsessed with startups. So I thought, hey, even though I can’t start one, I could still very well post about it. So here I go: [...]
Learn how to program, what software businesses are, and how to design – through free classes online! By Frances Advincula (Former Platform Development Intern, Accenture Software) Someday I will get through all of this – the courses here are free, through endeavors such as iTunes U and MIT Open Courseware. For The Programmers Multi-core Programming [...]