Some thoughts on empathy and how we can all benefit from having more of it towards strangers in these especially difficult times.
Two major lessons I've learned in Software Engineering: breaking things down into smaller pieces, and autonomy.
Soft Skills are fundamental to software engineering. You'll be collaborating every day and some of these skills will be invaluable to your growth and career. These ideas will also be very useful for everyday life, collaboration, and any team environment in general. Not just software engineering.
This post mainly outlines how I remember the experience of Hack Reactor. I'm not sure how much value this brings to the reader, but I imagine you can learn _some_(?) lessons from it.