Know your “One Job” and do it first

This is a guest post from Charity Majors. Enjoy. Dear new developer, Story time. Susan was hired as a database engineer. Her primary projects, which are supposed to be upgrading/rolling out a major point release and running load tests against various config options and developing a schema management tool, keep slipping. But she is one … Continue reading Know your “One Job” and do it first

How to prepare to be a startup founder

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This is a guest post from Joyce Park. Enjoy. To my newer colleagues: Welcome! I’m so excited to have you in the dev community, and honored to hopefully be able to contribute by sharing a few time-tested hints about entrepreneurship and early-stage startups. I’m a community-taught web developer who has enjoyed 22 years in high-profile … Continue reading How to prepare to be a startup founder

Why Developers Should Engage in Continuous Learning

This is a guest post from Jerrin Samuel. Enjoy. Dear new developer, Software development is a field that evolves quickly and constantly. These changes keep things exciting and interesting, but can also make you feel like you are falling behind all the time. Engaging in continuous learning is one of the solutions you can look … Continue reading Why Developers Should Engage in Continuous Learning