Networking to Create Luck in Your Career (as an Engineer)
Our next event is this Saturday about building deep relationships in tech. Details are in the LinkedIn event. In this economic climate rife with layoffs, having a solid network is the difference between quickly landing a role vs struggling for months.
Thanks to everyone who replied to our last email about contributing to the Taro blog! Taro gives you the insider perspective on career growth from credible engineers, and the blog is a great way to highlight many perspectives.
Our first guest post is now live from Michael Lin, 3 Ways To Create Luck in Your Career (as an Engineer). Would love your feedback, and you can follow Michael on LinkedIn here.
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We published highlights from our session about writing better code faster as a software engineer, available now in Taro. Here’s how the time spent after writing code differs between a n00b and pro engineer:
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