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What Engineering Students Should Know for Their First Job


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Intro
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Embrace Real-World Chaos
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Balance Academic Theory & Practical Product
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Consider Your Users, Not Just Algorithms
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Be Flexible
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Think About Your Reach & Scale
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What's Most Important To You?
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What Engineering Students Should Know for Their First Job

Mikhail Sushkov, Josh Sharpe, & Neil Mallinar | Software Engineers at IBM

School research papers and small group projects don’t necessarily translate into solving messy problems and working in teams of 30 in the real world. Here are some tips and considerations to make the transition from college into your first job seamless.

4 min watch · Tech

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