You’ve been programming for a while now. You’re beginning to feel that you’ve got a handle on things but at the same time can’t escape the feeling that you’ve somehow plateaued in your growth as a software developer. In this talk Yitzchok, a rabbinic scholar and software developer, shares the “wisdom of the sages” as practical, actionable advice – strategies and tactics – that you can use to reinvigorate your growth as a software developer.
Yitzchok Willroth is an independent web application developer and software development consultant living in Lakewood, New Jersey. A start-up veteran, dev bootcamp instructor and frequent conference attendee, Yitzchok is the organizer of the ShorePHP User Group and an active participant in the PHPMentoring Initiative. Passionate about clean code and robust application architecture, he is also a strong proponent of remote teams as a way for software organizations to thrive while affording developers a healthy work:life balance.