Professional Development for Professional Developers
The best and worst part about our chosen vocation is that there's an endless amount of stuff to see, learn, and try and nowhere near enough time in which to do it. In an industry where "the new hotness" changes every week, what hope does a developer have of keeping up?
This talk focuses on the professional development of a professional developer. How do we continue to grow as professionals without getting totally overwhelmed with information? We'll touch on the topics of stress, education, humility, and more.
- Northeast PHP 2016 - August 5, 2016 (joind.in)
- WordCamp NEO 2016 - June 12, 2016
- php[tek] 2016 - May 26, 2016 (joind.in)
This talk is loosely-based on a series of blog posts I wrote for Buckeye Interactive in 2013, though I've recently rewritten the series as an article for php[architect] magazine, published in the June 2016 issue.
- Index - Romain Briaux
- About Me - Alex Jones
- Passion - Mayur Gala
- Industry - Matthew Wiebe
- Other People - Joshua Earle
- Stress - José Martín
- Idea - Dariusz Sankowski
- Open Source - Todd Quackenbush
- Humility - Ismael Nieto
- Code - Negative Space
- Mentorship - Helloquence
- Learning - Roman Mager
- Together - Kimson Doan
- Community - Ezra Jeffrey
- Vacation - David Marcu