I wanted to quit writing software for good. Nevertheless, I coded. And I still do. I’ve been a software developer for 3 years then. And I totally didn’t feel like getting up and going to work. I struggled with my tasks and worked much slower than I used to. I tried to look for another
I’ve been coaching IT people with their job search and resume writing since the end of November. And I’ve noticed that a lot of us struggle (and yes, I do too) with writing this scary piece of paper. So here is the compilation of the knowledge and most common tips I gave so far. KISS
You have one. A comfort zone. You’re safe. You’re productive. You’re bored. Get out! #jumpstartblog
It’ll be short today. And a little bit more personal 😉 I’m attending Devoxx Poland again this year – that was my first conference ever and I have to say that: it changed my career, showed me new paths, encouraged to learn things again. I think that’s what conferences are for. They encourage conststant learning and
We all want to be rich, lean, fit, have a good job, a happy life and all that stuff we aren’t or don’t have. But then, quite often, we are safe in our comfort zones and don’t really want to change that because we fear we may not succeed. Or we decide to change and
How do you call yourself?
Software developer? Programmer? Coder?
Or, like me, software engineer?
Ok, I get it. You are a software engineer… And you probably decided to be a software specialist because you enjoy programming. so why is it that you ought to know the business side of the project?