As a programmer, engineer, application support, you have a million things to do daily. However, when you reflect on your professional growth, you might ask how those tasks tie back to your priorities. How can I grasp opportunities to be seen as an expert, stand out from the crowd, and get a shot at the next promotion?
Elad Schechter, our next guest at Tech 101, recommends the pursual of passion projects. They are an excellent way to have fun whilst showcasing demanded skills, resourcefulness en route to getting the recognition you deserve.
On Nov 11th at 7:30 pm (GMT+8), Elad, a world-class HTML/CSS specialist, will take you through his thought process while developing his CSS-only web game “The Coronavirus Invaders”. It was initially conceived as a pet project, but it morphed into a showcase of how developers can think out of the box and leverage it in the professional context.
Whether you’re a fresh graduate, experienced programmer or an amateur contemplating a mid-career switch into coding, this is most definitely a session you do not want to miss.
About the Speaker:
Elad Shechter is a CSS & HTML expert with over a decade in the industry. A prolific speaker and writer in the areas of web development, in particular CSS, his works have previously been featured on publications such as Smashing Magazine and Syntax.FM. He is also the founder of CSS Masters Israel, a group that seeks to give back to the tech community by sharing knowledge and wisdom gained through professional experience.