October 3, 2018 in Business Resources
Change Wave 002: Daniel Doubrovkine
“I felt like I needed some structure to understand how actual software in larger organizations is built, because a lot of our failures I thought were structural.”
October 2, 2018 in Business Resources
What scheduling time for daily learning says to your employees
Scheduling time for daily learning sends clear messages to employees, and can help keep a company ahead of the curve. Here’s what those messages say.
October 2, 2018 in Treehouse News
Become a Certified Developer with a Techdegree
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October 1, 2018 in Business Resources
Change Wave 001: Mikey Butler
“The definition of merit is culturally specific so non-majority-culture people show up and don’t line up with the traditional definition of merit. The broadening of the definition, understanding that it needs to be modified as a result of you going down the path of inclusion becomes part of the journey your company has to make.”
October 1, 2018 in Engineering People Podcast
The Engineering People Show, Episode 32: Ben Adida
Treehouse founder/CEO Ryan Carson sits down with Ben Adida, the VP Engineering at Clever.com, the leading K-12 education platform.
September 29, 2018 in Learn
React, Angular, Vue: What they can do and which one is for you
September 28, 2018 in Engineering People Podcast
The Engineering People Show, Episode 31: Tim Goodwin
“I can’t spend 10 hours a day at work and 10 hours a day with family. I can’t sleep faster.”
September 26, 2018 in Engineering People Podcast
The Engineering People Show, Episode 30: Nidhi Gupta
“If retention is busted, no matter how many candidates you bring in through the funnel, it’s a leaky funnel — so people, even if you attract them and they join the company, will just leave.”
September 25, 2018 in Career Advice
Weak Ties, Strong Network: How to find your first freelance client
So you’ve decided to try your hand at freelancing as a web developer. Now comes the challenging part: finding clients. I promise, finding your first freelance client is not as hard as it sounds.
September 24, 2018 in Engineering People Podcast
The Engineering People Show, Episode 29: Andy Markham
“We want to make sure that we’re staffing our business in a way that reflects the people that we work with.”
September 21, 2018 in Engineering People Podcast
The Engineering People Show, Episode 28: Christian McCarrick
“… make sure that you find whatever it is that rejuvenates you and gives you back that energy, that you make time for yourself and you focus on that — because if you’re failing emotionally as yourself and you don’t…
September 20, 2018 in Learn
What is Git, and can it really recover deleted files?
If you’re using Git and accidentally delete your work, don’t despair! You should be able to recover it with a just this bit of code: