The year is 2021.
You’ve been hired for your job as an engineer.
You’re just beginning your workday.
You walk down the hall and meet with your boss, who tells you about the company’s new program to test the viability of its software engineering team.
He also explains how the company is building its engineering teams.
You tell him you’d like to test out the program and to get some feedback on how well it works.
You feel like you’ve earned the right to know.
But you have to ask yourself: Are you qualified for the job?
If you’re not, you may never get a chance to find out.
The answer is yes.
There are many different reasons why an engineer may not be hired.
There is the obvious, that a candidate may not have the necessary skills or experience to succeed in the field.
Then there is the issue of lack of familiarity with the subject matter.
It is common for candidates to get their work done in a way that is unfamiliar to the team.
A company with a large engineering team may want a person with a broad understanding of the company.
But that person is also likely to have a limited experience in that area.
The question is: How do we create a team that is knowledgeable of the subject and can effectively communicate with the engineering team?
If we do not create an environment in which engineers are comfortable learning new concepts and using their knowledge to solve problems, we will have a hard time finding qualified candidates.
Engineers should not feel like they are being told off for not having enough training.
The fact that you have not been trained for a job should not discourage you from applying.
This is especially true when it comes to a position that is a critical part of a company’s business.
If you want to be considered for a position, be sure you are prepared for a challenging position.
Here are a few resources to get you started: