As 2021 was coming to an end (at last, some may say) the CyberMagnolia community came together for the last on-line meetup of the year. We discussed our tips & tricks for productivity, and talked through any challenges we’ve been having in this field in the past year. Here’s our compiled list for improved automation and reclaiming our time.
Transparency and openness are close to our hearts at CyberMagnolia, so it comes as no surprise that this brought us together with Red Hat. Red Hat’s culture is built on the open source principles of transparency, collaboration, and inclusion, where the best ideas can come from anywhere and anyone.
On March 18th we joined together to brainstorm and share experiences related to financial negotiations in the professional context. The discussion was moderated and kicked off with an informal presentation by Riva Nathans, Senior Software Engineer. Riva shared with us the result of her own research on the topic, and some of the mechanisms she’s observed in the market.
junior.guru is an inspiring tech community for Czech coding newbies and juniors created by Honza Javorek. You get a support group, advice, mentors, career counseling, and more. There’s a public handbook with tons of useful information about how to start with coding and how to get your first job in tech, and there’s also a job board specifically focused on entry level and junior positions.