For your discretion
I’ll leave it to your discretion but I will give you one check point for your inner motivation from the book of proverbs :
Do not wear yourself out to get rich;
do not trust your own cleverness.
Cast but a glance at riches, and they are gone,
for they will surely sprout wings
and fly off to the sky like an eagle.
For me, personally, I have chosen to work only on software that I am confident is a real profit to others – For their work or for their life. This way I get three things in one shot – I am happy with my job, I am happy that I continue to learn and become more skillful and earn good money by doing it.
I find the following valuable :
- Jeff Lieder and his great review of sotware developer career management courses parts 1, 2 and 3.
- Cory House courses on pluralsight and companion site.
- Dan Appleman courses on pluralsight
- John Sonmez
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The professional blog is a good way to :
- share valuable content to others from your field of expertise
- connect with other professionals who work on similar problems
- share ideas and expertise.
Continue reading “Reasonable points to consider when you are going to create your professional blog”
When you get to the point of understanding that you do not have a lifetime to spend on F5 debugging/testing and you want to be a better developer ( I beg you to get it now! ), you should ask : How to learn Test Driven Development or Behavior Driven Development? Where are the best resources?
Note : Do I declare that I have the deepest, most structured and refine knowledge about the topic? Nope. I say this in the begging in order to avoid irrelevant and inconsiderate comments.
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