Since Graduation, how many different companies have you worked for?
Are you still working in Computer Science or Software Engineering?
Since graduation, have your work-related responsibilities increased? (1: work-related responsibilities have not increased; 10: work-related responsibilities have greatly increased)
Since graduation, have you been promoted?
Since graduation, have you been recgonized in some manner for your accomplishments?
Please comment on any item in Section 1.
Have you completed your advnaced degree?
If so, in what field?
I have adapted, thrived, and contributed in an industry setting (1: this statement is completely inaccurate; 10: this statement is completely accurate).
Do you follow the adopted standards of your company?
Are you involved in any quality control efforts in your organization?
Have you been involved in making any changes to the the way the company develops software?
Have you made any improvements to the company's adopted standards?
(Software Engineering) I have contributed to improved software quality and the state of the art by promoting the adoption of best practices and supporting those best practices that are already being used. (1: this statement is completely inaccurate; 10: this statement is completely accurate).
(Computer Science) I have contributed to the continual improvement and competitiveness of my workplace. (1: this statement is completely inaccurate; 10: this statement is completely accurate).
Please list the ways in which you have increased your professional/technical skills and knowledge since graduation.
Do you continue to read printed and online professional material?
Please list professional and technical publications that you read or Web sites that you visit regularly.
Please list the ways you participate in technical communities pertinent to your career, e.g., blogs, open software, professional organizations, conferences, etc.
I have demonstrated an ongoing commitment to professional development (1: this statement is completely inaccurate; 10: this statement is completely accurate.