Resources and References

Staying Informed

Continuing education is important to maintain one's skills, so much so that it's mentioned in the ACM Code of Ethics. Finding better ways to develop software, whether techniques/processes or tools/technologies, is beneficial to the organization. In addition, continual learning is beneficial to one's personal state of mind. Conferences (what is EOL/CDS policy on attendance?), courses, and user groups provide good social exposure. Online resources often provide the most currency. Reading code is a useful and important way to improve skills, as is reading books (and reading books about reading code).


Online resources


Professional organizations

Resources and References

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EOL wiki pages:

The EOL Software Engineering Wiki is an internal resource which only allows authorized access.  It has details on specific tools, libraries, and hardware in use in EOL.

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