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If this is the first time you’ve heard of the term “software engineer,” you might be surprised by how much of an industry it’s become.
As the field of software engineering has grown in popularity, its increasingly difficult for companies to find enough skilled and motivated people.
In fact, this year, Google announced a new hiring drive aimed at helping the tech industry recruit and retain the best software engineers, which could mean that there’s a greater chance of a better job for software engineers.
In order to help you stay up to date on the latest tech trends, TechCrunch’s Patrick Moore sat down with five software engineers from the Silicon Valley to talk more about the tech world.
If there’s one thing we’ve learned from our past year of interviewing tech engineers is that we’re all the same person in the end.
We all know our passions and are passionate about the things we love, but that doesn’t mean we’re going to be perfect.
And if we don’t start making more mistakes, then the mistakes we make are going to hurt us as a team, said Chris Barfield, a senior software engineer at Adobe.
We know we’re doing it the right way, but at the same time, we’re really looking for the right people and the right team, he added.
We want to help the industry get better at what we love.