How do you keep your skills up to date in this fast-moving and turbulant
You’re at this conference to hear all about “best practices”, the latest trends in technology, and presumably to
level up your own career. But it’s a tall order, learning to be a fully buzzword compliant developer, architect or
lead, especially when What’s Hot changes on practically a daily basis.
During this talk, Trisha will give an irreverent overview of the current technical landscape and present a survival
guide for those who want to stay ahead in this turbulent industry.
These are the sources I mention in the talk and some of the tools I personally
use to help organise my news. Definite slant towards the Java / JVM world.
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- Feedly - RSS Feed Aggregator
- Pocket - Lets you save articles for reading
later, including offline. Useful for commuting.
These are literally the first articles I found with the search “blockchain
bluffers guide”. I am in no position to qualify how good they are, but they
gave me enough of an overview to make me feel comfortable I wouldn’t make any
stupid mistakes in 2 minutes of mentioning Blockchain.
I’ve already listed resources for my research in this area in Real World
Java 9, but these are particularly used in