Whether you’ve just started out as a software engineer or you’ve been at it for decades, you too can play a role in helping to positively impact the environment.
When people first consider this, they tend to think about the impact writing efficient code will have. Of course, you should always write efficient, elegant code. But unless the code you’re creating is going to be used by millions of people, it may not be where you can have the biggest impact from a climate perspective (code being used by millions or billions of people is probably highly optimized anyway!).
In this article, we’ll look at seven other ways you can help.
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Being an engineer means you have one of the most sought-after, transferable occupations on the planet. In virtually any city in the world, you’ll be in demand and probably well-paid, so you have plenty of options. Choosing to work in a place that’s at the intersection of your cares and your code is one…
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