This e-book explains the skills you need to acquire and improve to solve real-world problems. Find out how to shape your mentality towards software development for maximum productivity.
This is the 1st volume of the Dev Concepts collection.
Key features of this volume
Learn about the software craft
Understand what software development and software engineering are and what software developers do
Dive into the most important skills for software crafters and get practical advice based on my 15 years of experience
Discover software development career evolution paths
This e-book explains the different skills that you’ll need to acquire and improve over the course of your career to become a software crafter. It explains all of the areas that you'll need to dive into in order to get a broad view of the IT and software development landscape.
In addition, it also includes key tips and tricks that will help you become super productive.
Being a software crafter is much less about technology than about personality traits and psychology. Even if we all start with our own background, strengths, and weaknesses, there are things to know, tips, and tricks that will guide you on the path towards becoming a software crafter. This is why this e-book is not only for newcomers but also for seasoned developers.
The outline of this volume is available here: https://www.dev-concepts.dev/table-of-contents/#software-craft
This is for you if...
You want to know what 15 years into the field have taught me about the mindset, approach, professionalism, and productivity
You want to become a software crafter
You're just getting started with your career in IT and want to get a solid understanding of the most important concepts to improve your skills and create a more complete mental map
You're eager to know more about software craft
About the Dev Concepts collection
Dev Concepts is a collection of 12 books that I'm working on, and that will cover every aspect of software development.
If you haven't heard about this project yet, then make sure to take a look at the home page over at https://dev-concepts.dev