Are you a coder, programmer, or developer?
Do you want to launch or boost your career?
Come as you are. Bring your own language. Bring your own tools.
If you can't explain it simply, you don't know it enough.
Build something amazing.
Be intentional about decisions before you make them.
Building a community of freelancing Shopify specialists.
I can be the middleman between developers and clients.
Be patient but ruthless.
We spend as little time as we can selling what we do.
Watch out for things that you go in just for the money.
If you build in public, the right people will notice.
We forget that big problems can be broken down into smaller problems.
A businessman who codes or a coder in business?
Curiosity is at the core of the pragmatic programmer.
I like talking more to coders than business people.
Make your weakness your strength.
Your job search does not define who you are as a person.
Just code. It takes from 40 to 80 hours per week of coding to break into the industry.
The things that you don't get paid for are the ones most valuable to you.
Beating procrastination with the Pomodoro Technique.
You can't sell software to an industry that doesn't like to pay for software.
How blogging helped her land a job at PayPal.
The skill that you want to develop is to continuously learn.
You have to open the door for luck.
Angular is absolutely an underrated technology stack in the front-end ecosystem.
Nothing matters more than learning to be kind.
Silicon Valley has more investment per year than all the other innovation centers in the world combined.
Have you thought about using your coding skills to work on Cybersecurity?
How Robert automated his job and by doing so, got offered a development position.
Share what you know and it will come full-circle back to you.
How can someone teach 200 thousand people? It is possible.
From Brazil to the US, the story of a very unique Google Developer.
The origin story of a software architect transitioning into game development.
In Data Science, you are often not solving a problem you have solved before.
Find out why James left a cushy job at Google.
What is it that Google is looking for in a developer? James give us the path.
It's never too late to change. Luis talked about his story as he started coding at the age of 35.
Scott talked about how important it is to not wait too long before asking for help.
Roy talked about his work at electricity company OPG and his side business exploring new technologies.
Hani talked about how start and grow a business on the side while maintaining a full-time job.
Andrew talked about the impact that blogging had on his career and how it is still very relevant.
Mike talked about the wonders and challenges of becoming an independent and successful consultant.
Jana talked about her career in banking and what she did to become the natural choice when a Team Manager opportunity knocked on her door.
Thadeus is a self-taught .NET developer. He told me about the struggles of running a software business and how different that it from just coding.
I spoke with Atley Hunter. He is an indie mobile developer with the impressive number of 1100 mobile apps under his belt!
When you see someone as passioned as Reza talking, you may get inspired to check the intersection of coding and teaching as a potential career path.
In this episode I go through the ins and outs of what The SoloCoder Podcast is and what's in it for you.