Tech x Talent
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Tech x Talent

A complete guide to becoming a self-taught programmer from beginner to developer.

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Today, most engineering graduates are housed in software companies. Most software companies hire many developers every year. Even if you are from a non-computer science branch, you will most likely work for a software company.If you are a student and you have some kind of knowledge about work situations in the world and you have the intuition that…

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Insights at the intersection of tech and talent.

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