Words of wisdom for self-taught developers (Ep. 431)

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April 8, 2022

The house crew chats with Jon Chan, Stack Overflow’s Director of Engineering, Public Platform, about his path from self-taught developer to director of engineering, why his administration mantra is “Delegate and elevate,” the profound worth of a various and inclusive office, and the Neopets-to-frontend-development pipeline. Plus, Jon offers glorious recommendation to all of the self-taught builders on the market.

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The house crew chats with Jon Chan, Stack Overflow’s Director of Engineering, Public Platform, about his path from self-taught developer to director of engineering, why his administration mantra is “Delegate and elevate,” the profound worth of a various and inclusive office, and the Neopets-to-frontend-development pipeline. Plus, Jon offers glorious recommendation to all of the self-taught builders on the market.

Episode notes:

Quizzes and video games like Roblox are a great way to construct your data, whether or not you’re studying to code or changing into a Ok-pop professional.

ICYMI: Take heed to our conversation with HashiCorp cofounder Mitchell Hashimoto, who lately returned to an IC function after serving as CEO and CTO.

Join with Jon on LinkedIn or observe him on Twitter.

Right now’s Lifeboat badge goes to person Roko C. Buljan for his or her reply to Pure CSS 3 image slider—without JavaScript or radio inputs.

TRANSCRIPT

Tags: diversity, inclusion, self-taught, the stack overflow podcast

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