Down The Rabbit Hole: How I Taught Myself To Code & Became An Engineer
Madison Kanna

[rant on deceptive job titles follows]

I know it’s become a horrible industry practice, but I doubt you are an engineer. You are a software developer, architect, or something else, unless I am mistaken and you actually are a registered and licensed Professional Engineer.

Unless you have done this, please stop calling yourself an engineer. It means something specific. You wouldn’t call people doctors or law enforcement officers if they weren’t licensed or commissioned, but coders have decided they can just claim to be engineers without regard to existing standards.

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