What is software engineering about?
In the world of software engineering, all your work takes place in front of a source code editor, right?
Wrong. There are also moments when you’ll have to:
- Draft a proposal for a potential client.
- Write down a report.
- Carry out a presentation about your next project.
- Write down the user manual of the application you just installed.
- Analyze and plot the stats that will support your next decisions.
- And the list goes on and on.
When those moments arrive, you’ll be happy to have some practice using Office software.
Office software in the real offices
I have experience using the following Office programs:
I have used Word to prepare reports, proposals, and user manuals (being so good at this one that they would ask me to write user guides on projects that weren’t assigned to my department.)
I have worked with Excel to perform data analysis, plot relevant charts, and carry out basic accounting.
I have prepared presentations using PowerPoint, introducing completed applications, proposing new projects, and even helping to prepare contents that would be used in public speeches.
I even used Access, maintaining legacy systems that were connected to that database system.
I’m also familiar with open alternatives to Office, such as LibreOffice and OpenOffice.
Yes, I’m prepared to work in an office space. If you need to hire somebody for your team, maybe we could work together, so don’t hesitate to contact me.