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David answers how to demonstrate you are capable, how to provide value to a company and how to make an employer trust you enough for taking a chance on you
Justin and David talk about how could you become a successful developer, approaching mistakes and contributing to open-source
Alex and David talk about the importance of networking, communication, and accountability as a developer
Swizec and David talk about the key differences between Junior devs and senior devs, the concept of a 10x engineer, and different ways to gain experience quickly.
James and David talk about learning new codebases, avoiding burnout, and being a humble programmer
Gene Chuang - Chief Slacker at CTO Slackers, Board Of Directors at Innovate Pasadena, Limited Partner Investor at Hyphen Capital
Gene and David talk about the skill of communicating, writing maintainable code, and aligning yourself with the priorities of your company
David and Seth talk about not being afraid to ask stupid questions, falling in love with the problem and not the solution, and good ideas can come from junior developers
Nick and David talk about interview preparation, putting yourself in the user's shoes, and culture fit
David and David talk about providing value for your customers, how to know if you are providing value, and being a good engineer.
Scott and David talk about the different stages of a developer, being a problem solver, and finding your niche early in your career
David and Tyler talk about not needing permission to pursue ideas, learning from the development community, and working well with a team.
David and Drew talk about being creative as a developer, finding your niche, and solving problems that free up time.
Jonathan and David talk about making your boss look good, how to use your skills and passions, and focusing on the outcome.
Erick and David talk about surrounding yourself with good people, culture fit, and the hiring process.
David and Pirijan discuss good communication, when to prioritize performance, and having empathy for the user.
Justin and David talk about humble communication, constrained creativity, and self evaluation.
David and Erin discuss having a mindset of learning with joy, being comfortable with asking 'dumb' questions, and defining clear goals
David and Gregor discuss building and maintaining open-source software, how to be a valuable asset to your team, and growing through communication.
TJ and David talk about things you must expect in an interview, setting yourself apart as a junior developer, demystifying job postings, and emphasizing the soft skills you already have.
David and Jacob talk about why Bootstrap was created, building open-source software, the web development scene in the early 2000's and how to learn quickly.
David and Sam talk about working at Google, Uber, and Wealthfront, utilizing boring technology, how to practice for interviews and adding skills that will help you in the future.
Tracy and David talk about helping the software community, the benefits of helping, what Tracy looks for in a junior developer, and how to grow as a developer.
Nader and David talk about overcoming the intimidation of learning new languages and frameworks, the software community, and what the traits are of a good team member
David and Jim talk about software engineering at Disney, how to utilize frameworks, not being afraid to ask stupid questions in the workplace, and how to not get stuck building software when there is not a whole lot of guidance.
David and Thom discuss key points to progress your career, the abstraction of careers, and the best traits a junior dev can have.
Matt and David talk about building your community, finding passion in your freelance work, and utilizing your professional experience to grow your career.
Kent goes through his journey from full-time software engineer to full-time SE educator, the mindset of a junior dev, ways to solidify one's knowledge, and best ways to get a job.
Join David and Sam as they discuss the similarities between open-source and entrepreneurship, what it means to be in constant communication, and how to learn more about cyber-security!
David and Redbeard talk about developing your personal network through core communities, how teaching can improve your own knowledge, and that genuine conversation can lead to some amazing opportunities.
Take a journey with Scott Hanselman, Wes Bos, Sarah Drasner, Troy Hunt, and Kent C. Dodds as they answer questions about getting from Junior to Senior!