Believe it or not, non-technical aspects have a huge impact on your career, whether you are self employed or working in a company. By working on clever skills that complement your coding skills, you can become a better developer.
Master Your Developer Skills By Strengthening Your Non-Technical Abilities.
In this course, you will be able to:
You will see throughout this course that all of these non-technical skills are not natural talent, they can be acquired through practice.
We will cover topics like disciplines that make you more valuable, how to get into open source, how to become an international speaker, how to build your personal brand, and much more.
By following the concepts of this course, you will attract great opportunities, flourish your business life, and be noticed for your outstanding expertise.
For this course, you should have at least beginner experience in any programming language. I created this course from my personal experience on how I grew myself into an expert developer. I will share with you the road I took so you can get the shortcuts to build a reputation for being valuable and to stand out from the crowd.
How to approach productivity. You will learn that interruptions will harm your concentration. That's why you have to follow the Pomodoro technique.
How to work according to the Pomodoro technique to maximize focus and concentration.
Learn about the top 4 tools that you can use to manage your time efficiently
Just like most processes, you will have to measure, learn and adapt in order to create your ideal time management strategy
Even if you're working at a full time job, you must invest in yourself. You must dedicate time for your personal goals, in order to become a better developer.
Learn about the disciplines that make you more valuable. Surprisingly, those disciplines are not about coding directly. If you want to become a better developer, you have to learn about Web Design, Performance, and other closely related topics.
Publishing articles online is a game changer. You will be recognized for the skills you're sharing. This is a must to any developer that wants to build his online brand
Describing the easiest way to setup your own personal blog.
Learn how to write for big editors and get paid for it.
Picking a topic for your first conference talk
Very early on, at the age of 19, Jad Joubran founded a startup that connects patients & doctors. Nowadays, his experience revolves around mentoring developers across different channels, and coaching FullStack Web Development around the globe.