About the Talk
February 25, 2010 12:30 PM
University of Louisville Campus, Duthie Center for Engineering, Room 121, Louisville, KYUniversity of Louisville Campus, Duthie Center for Engineering, Room 121, Louisville, KY
As a developer you end up wearing a lot of different hats: researcher, designer, janitor, mediator, teacher, student… the list can go on. You likely juggle these hats almost every day and we haven't even mentioned writing a line of code yet. If you want to become a better developer you'll have to learn how to switch these hats out easily and what it means to wear each one well. Most talks often focus on a given technology or tool; some resource that you can use. This talks focuses on how to improve the best resource you have: YOU. Come hear how you can improve yourself by learning, teaching and, yes, even being lazy.