Pick Up These Simple Habits
To Become A Highly Paid Software Developer:
John Z. Sonmez gives away his secret habits — that have helped thousands of developers earn more, double their productivity and steal back their precious time...
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John Sonmez is the author of the perennial top-selling
Soft Skills: The Software Developer's Life Manual, and the founder of Simple Programmer.
John started his software development career at 10, hacking C and C++ to create virtual worlds for his favorite MUDs.
And in his popular book The Complete Software Developer's Career Guide - John shares the principles and knowledge that took him from teenage hacker to highly paid senior development and consulting positions — and by age 33, early retirement and a second career as an entrepreneur.
John's journey was no rocket-ship ride to success. He's candid about the fits and starts he struggled through during much of his career, like getting "laid off" from his first real development job after under whelming his boss with his C++ skills, and a spectacular implosion during an intense onsite interview with Microsoft.
Eventually though John realized that there's a huge difference between knowing how to program and how to be a successful, professional software developer — and he set out to develop the technical, leadership and communication skills he lacked.
John went on to become a highly paid consultant in test automation and Agile methodology.
And the 55 courses he published with PluralSight makes him one of the most prolific online trainers in the field of software development.
John effectively retired at 33 and moved to San Diego...
Today he runs the hugely popular Simple Programmer blog and YouTube channel.
Where he helps more than 1.4 million developers every year to master the career and life skills that made all the difference in his career.