Wednesday, April 15, 2020 at 8:00:00 PM Online event

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Wish your manager would provide you a cheat sheet on how to instantly become an awesome junior developer? It's one thing to watch coding tutorials, read programming books, and make portfolio sites. It's a whole other thing to build websites from specs, meet deadlines, and most importantly, make sure that your bosses and clients are happy.

Join us as we talk to Chris Powers, VP of Thinkful Engineering, as he tells you exactly what he wished he would have known when he started his career. This exclusive webinar will give you the inside scoop to hit the ground running and jump-start your developer career. We will walk through Chris's 15 years of experience as a developer. Learning from his hurdles and successes along the way as he breaks down the path to being the rock star of any development team.

What you will learn:
- Top secrets to know as a Junior Developer
- Actions and perspectives that will impress your manager
- Steps you should take to be an exceptional junior developer
- And so much more...

About Chris Powers:
Chris Powers has been leading software development teams for the last fifteen years, and he loves sharing his passion for building teams and software with audiences nationwide. As a Clean Coders author, Chris produced an educational video series entitled "Clean Code in the Browser". Chris is the VP of Engineering at Thinkful and lives in the northern Chicago suburbs with his wife and two children. In his free time, he enjoys drumming, woodworking, and tabletop gaming.

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