Wednesday, May 07, 2014

"Become a Social Developer" Yes, you! Learn how to become a mini-Scott Hanselman (well...)


In this feature-length production, Scott Hanselman and Rob Conery offer suggestions and advice on how you can get out there, and get involved. Blogging, Twitter, Github, StackOverflow, User Groups and Conferences: all of this can make you a happier, more productive developer and inspire you to take your career to the next level.

You certainly don't have to be social to be better at writing code - but sharpening your skills this way helps you when it comes time for a job interview, a yearly review where a promotion is on the line, or when you want to start running an Open Source project.


What will you learn?

For this production we sought out the people who are very active and well known in the social arena:


We put an immense amount of work into this production and I really think you'll enjoy it. You can watch this video FREE at Pluralsight, and if you like, enjoy our another productions like "The Art of Speaking." ...

Additional Free Reading

If you're interested in learning more about how to give technical presentations, check out some of Scott's blog posts on these topics over the years.


You've seen him present, and if you haven't you're missing out on a great presenter, you've read his blog, listened to his podcasts, now he's going to help you become your own little social juggernaut...

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