For Software Developers and Managers in Tech — Birthday Month Specials
60% off original price for four of my most popular digital products
Hey you! My Medium readers!
October is one of my favourite months of the year because a lot of good things happen in October and it’s also my birthday month. :)
My birthday was on 16 October and to celebrate that, I am offering 40% discount to four of my most popular digital products.
So without any further ado, here they are.. enjoy!
Note: Don’t worry about the price mentioned in the landing pages, once you go into Paypal check out page, discount will be applied automatically for the month of October.
Forget free food and ping-pong tables, what your employees really want is their career growth. How do you keep your team engaged and high-performing in a remote environment where office perks like free food and ping-pong tables no longer exist? Well, the answer is pretty simple! Invest in their career growth. When you’re a people manager, you’re not only responsible for your own career but also for those of your team members. Researches have shown that the lack of future career development remains a key driver of employee attrition. Not sure where to start? Download the Career Planning Starter Kit for managers. This starter kit includes — Career Planning Workshop Deck (with bonus workshop template if you want to run a career planning workshop for your team), Personal Development Plan Template and Sample Career Objectives for a mid-level manager.
Are you an overwhelmed manager who is doubting their ability to lead a remote team effectively? Does your day consist of back to back zoom meetings, with no time to think strategically? I totally understand, because I have been there too, just a few months ago. That’s why I wrote this book for you. Looking at the technology landscape today, there are a lot of us who became remote managers overnight. We became managers with distributed teams due to circumstances beyond our control and are now wondering if we should be leading differently. The reason why I put this book together now is to provide a back to the basics guide for managers in understanding and adapting the fundamentals of leadership that are critical to surviving the sudden transition to remote working and leading.
Technology landscape has evolved and software is changing the world. Therefore, it’s no wonder that the career path of software developers is very different now compared to a decade ago. In this book, I will be sharing practical advice and useful tips to help you succeed in the software development industry. The book is organised into 4 parts — Exploring, Landing, Performing and Accelerating. Regardless of whether you are thinking about starting a career as a software developer, or wanting to make an impact as an experienced software developer, or considering a slightly different technical role, or thinking about making the leap into people management, this book is for you. There is also a bonus chapter for women in technology because I am a huge advocate for women in technology. If you’re a woman in technology, you will probably find yourself nodding along as you read the chapters in this section. If you’re not a woman, I’d still encourage you to read it as this section will increase your awareness on the important issue of gender inequality in technology and help shed some light on women’s perspectives of things.
Are you tired of doing many job interviews, but never getting an offer? There is one problem: You haven’t mastered interviewing skills. This ebook reveals all the techniques and strategies that you need to know to nail job interviews at a tech company. It is tailored for a common interview process at a tech company, for roles such as Product Manager, Designer, Content Strategist, Marketing Manager, and Software Engineer. There are also special remote interview tips in the ebook given the circumstances we are in right now. Don’t wait any longer, learn how to start impressing interviewers and getting hired today.