Meet CJ Horton, who joined Revelry first as an apprentice and is now a software engineer. She draws on her early interdisciplinary background to become a better programmer – and she’s a real asset to the team.
“There’s nothing you can’t do if you get the habits right.” I’d like to highlight the workspace essentials, processes, and resources that have been most useful in my learning process as an apprentice engineer.
From comprehending and improving large-scale, well-established applications to crafting interfaces for new clients, opportunities for learning the ins and outs of engineering have abounded. I want to share what I’ve found to be invaluable during the learning process as a new software developer.