My Job as a Software Engineer at a Startup

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Let’s take a walk through a day in my life as a software engineer at a startup.


I share and document my experiences on topics including computer science, software engineering, and iOS development. I’m a full-time Software Engineer and a part-time YouTuber & iOS developer. My hobbies outside of what’s been mentioned include surfing, snowboarding, and playing video games.

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12 Comments on “My Job as a Software Engineer at a Startup”

  1. I didn’t build the dashboard from scratch. There’s no point when there are a plethora of options to choose as a starting point, like I did with this one. However, I did edit and reroute the initial template to suit my needs. If I wanted to pretend it was my own, I would’ve edited it down to where there was no trace of the original template. It’s easy to overlook minute details when you have a full day of work plus making a video at the same time.

  2. The debate over what constitutes as a "software engineer" vs a "software developer" will never end. I am an embedded systems software engineer. Web developers can be software engineers, too. Wanna know why? Every person who has ever dipped their toes into software at any point in time has their own opinion on this so titles are essentially useless.

  3. Hey Forest, Cool video, I really enjoyed learning about your work and what you do.

  4. He works at prime 3 software that build softwares for transportation company and the owner is Chris Ruddick. Info for entertainment purposes

  5. With over 300k views on this video you made more than 1000$, so why don’t you just work as freelance ?

  6. Could not agree more on the Web Dev/Soft Dev comment at the end there man! So many people don't understand that!

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