Thursday, May 28, 2020 at 7:00:00 PM Online event

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In a world that can sometimes feel chaotic, we can always trust in the practical rules of engineering. Things like cross-browser compatibility, accessibility, and security are the unchanging foundations of engineering. But what rules are meant to be broken? How do you stand out in the market or build something that leaves a lasting impact? Join us as we cover the processes you need to keep and the rules worth breaking when it comes to building ideas that go beyond the average. Arjun Kannan, CTO of Climb Credit will be on hand to share his journey as an engineer, offering key insights on everything from the importance of hackathons to how winning demos don't always translate to real-world successes.
What you will learn:
- Career insights and reflections from a successful CTO
How to think about building great products and processes
The tools you need to break into (and grow within) software engineering
And more...

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