podcast June 18, 2021

Podcast 348: Tickets please! The joys of being a junior developer.

Anyone can become a software developer, at least, anyone who can persevere through regular bouts of intense frustration.
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We chat with Annabel Bligh, an associate software engineer at Contact, a London based startup that works a bit like an Uber for models. Bligh recently graduated from Makers, which describes itself as a full time, intensive and immersive bootcamp to learn the essentials of full stack development

Episode Notes

Bligh explains her enthusiasm for front-end development and the tangible feedback of bringing a designer’s vision to life

We also talk about making the transition from journalism and digital media to the world of software development. 

You can find her on Twitter here.

You can check out Contact here.

Learn more about Makers here.

Our lifeboat badge winner of the week is Rami Amro Ahmed, who answered the question: What is the difference between Model Factory and a DB seeder in Laravel?

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