I am interning this summer as a back-end developer in Java. I really want to work for these people at the end of it. It is kind of a there's-no-time-limit-let's-see-where-this-goes thing.
I have been a teacher for the past 5 years. I know that hard work, listening, teamwork, etc. are going to be huge.
Here's my question: What are some tech skills (not specific to any language) that are must-haves for a dev in industry?
In this article, we’re going to explore why young programming languages with modern features can’t be adopted quickly. Additionally, we’re going to take a look at one exceptional example that got specific parameters right to be both young, modern and mature, just ready for adoption at small and big scale.