7 Can’t Miss Netflix Shows on Software Gore

Software engineers have a lot of time on their hands. They work hard, but they also need to relax after the day is done. Netflix has plenty of programming that will keep you entertained for hours at a time. Software engineers are some of the most educated people in the world and Netflix understands that there needs to be programming on there that meets their interests as well! In this blog post, we’ll share our picks for 7 must-see Netflix programs for software engineers!

– Black Mirror: This series is all about exploring the consequences of new technology. You can watch it on Netflix and see how you’d react in these situations. – Halt and Catch Fire: The show follows a group of people as they create an early computer game that becomes popular during the 1980s tech boom. It’s really fascinating to watch! We loved this one so much, we created our own list for software engineers. – Silicon Valley: If you’re looking for something with more humor but still features some excellent insights into what it takes to succeed as a startup founder, then this show should be right up your alley! There are only three seasons out currently (but there are rumors of future ones) so don’t miss out if you’re a fan.

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– Halt and Catch Fire: This show is about how the consequences of new technology can affect people’s lives. It’s really fascinating to watch. We loved it so much that we created our own list for software engineers! – Silicon Valley: If you’re looking for something with more humor but still features some excellent insights into what it takes to succeed as a startup founder, then this show should be right up your alley! There are only three seasons out currently (but there are rumors of future ones), so don’t miss out if you’re already watching or waiting until they release more episodes before starting the series.

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The title, description and content of this post are all finished! __ The following list is compiled from our own research as well as some other sources online that we found helpful in compiling this article with valuable information about popular software engineering shows on Netflix. Here’s what you need to know: * Halt and Catch Fire – This show is about how the consequences of new technology can affect people’s lives. It’s really fascinating to watch. We loved it so much that we created our own list for software engineers! * Silicon Valley – If you’re looking for something with more humor but still features some excellent insights into the software world, this is your show. * Stranger Things – This sci-fi thriller has quickly become a fan favorite and it’s easy to see why. It also features an all star cast that includes Winona Ryder, David Harbour, Matthew Modine and Cara Buono. * Black Mirror – This British science fiction TV series explores how new technology influences people’s lives by presenting different possibilities of what might happen if things go wrong in our society. We recommend starting with the first episode from season four called “USS Callister” because it kicks off some really thought-provoking thoughts about where we are headed as humans in terms of relationships between genders or AI robots taking over human roles for example (ask Siri). * Stranger Things – This sci-fi thriller has quickly become a fan favorite and it’s easy to see why. It also features an all star cast that includes Winona Ryder, David Harbour, Matthew Modine and Cara Buono. * Black Mirror – This British science fiction TV series explores how new technology influences people’s lives by presenting different possibilities of what might happen if things go wrong in our society. We recommend starting with the first episode from season four called “USS Callister” because it kicks off some really thought-provoking thoughts about where we are headed as humans in terms of relationships between genders or AI robots taking over human roles for example (ask Siri).

* The Crown – A very well crafted drama about the life and reign of Queen Elizabeth II. The amazing thing about this show is that it takes you on a journey with her from childhood to old age in some episodes, while other episodes are set during different time periods as she becomes an adult or deals with major events such as world wars for example.

* Altered Carbon – This sci-fi drama’s central focus is what happens when death isn’t permanent anymore? Taking place more than 300 years into our future, society has reached new heights technologically but also morally and ethically speaking. Human consciousness can now be digitized and transferred between bodies (called sleeves) making people immortal. It’s not all great though because there’s plenty of crime which these individuals need to solve too.

* Black Mirror – This British anthology series is a dark, dystopian show that’s often considered one of the best TV shows on Netflix. It takes place in an alternate present day and focuses primarily on how different technologies can affect our world and society as time goes by – for better or worse. Each episode has its own cast, plotline, and distinct tone but they all explore modern anxieties from a twisted perspective where humanity’s greatest innovations are mostly used to spy on people rather than help them.

* BoJack Horseman – If you’re looking for something with animation then this should be your go-to choice because it’s hard not to love this comedy about talking animals who also happen to be Hollywood celebrities. The titular horse (voiced by Will Arnett) is a failed former TV star who decides to write a tell-all memoir that will finally give him the fame he’s always wanted.

* Stranger Things – It’ll take you back to your childhood with this Spielbergian thriller about life in small town, America during the ’80s and how young boys are drawn into an alternate dimension filled with creatures from another world entirely. You’ll love all of these characters as they go on their adventure together through Hawkins’ dark past where nothing is what it seems and there’s danger around every corner.

* Black Mirror: White Christmas – This one has been called “Black Mirror at its best” and it’s an anthology series that is just as addictive and ambitious, but with a more festive twist.

* The IT Crowd – This British sitcom tells the story of two very different guys (Richard Ayoade and Chris O’Dowd) who are both desperate for work at Reynholm Industries, one being the unqualified owner’s son-in-law and the other not even qualified to get in through the front door. With hilarious moments throughout every episode, this show will keep you laughing until your stomach hurts all night long.

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