So somewhere in my crazy mind, I’d convinced myself it’d be a good idea to write my wrap-up for The 2016 100 all as one post, because I’m always so curt with my posts, of course. A few days of working on it quickly killed that idea, and here were are with the second part of my wrap-up,… Continue reading The 2016 100 Wrap-Up, Part 2: 46 Things I DIDN’T Do But Still Very Much WANT To.
In a bad economy, knowing how to write a good resume is a valuable skill. The balance between including all of your skills and keeping the resume concise enough for employers to care is hard to attain, but ever-important in order to make that step from candidate to colleague. One of the things I find… Continue reading Resume Surgery
Last night I found myself visiting #devTO—an event described as follows: You love it, hate it, debug it, dream about it, obsess over it, test it, throw it away… because you don’t just write code. #devTO, a place for all developers, regardless of age, experience or sex to gather and collaborate on the problems we… Continue reading How to Network Sans Jerk