At your next job interview, you ask the questions (Ep. 463)
The home team convenes to discuss the end of the GPU shortage, how the no-code/low-code movement is impacting developers, and why job candidates should flip the script and interview their interviewers.
The GPU shortage is (allegedly) over! Read about it at The Verge.
Learn how low code demands more creativity from developers.
On the job market? Don’t be afraid to turn the tables on your interviewer.
This week’s tech recs: Help foster more equitable compensation conversations by taking Devocate’s Developer Relations Compensation Survey.
Cal.com offers scheduling infrastructure for anyone and everyone—and it’s open-source.
Appsmith is an open-source, low-code platform for building, shipping, and maintaining CRUD apps.
Finally, if you’re wondering how to get that startup idea from back-of-napkin to exit, start with Kernal.developer hiring, low code, no code, the stack overflow podcast
At the end of my last interview, when they opened up for questions from me at the end, I asked THEM where they see ME in 3-5 years. I got the job 😉