I have over 20 years experience (6 years in IT) in project management and looking at possibly moving to a career as a Software Engineer. Any guidance is greatly appreciated.
As a middle ground, consider getting proficient at no code or low code frameworks.
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Jamell; unless you have very solid coding skills and experience, I suggest that you target the non-coding aspects of the software engineering life cycle - such as up front business analysis and requirements, or back end testing, release management, deployment, and end user support. In my business area, coding is less than half the effort on a large software project.
Getting Agile experience as a Product Owner or Scrum Master would be useful as well.
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