I got my first break as a software developer about 20 or so years ago. It was the first time I heard that a table can have keys. That start put me on a career path that I never anticipated, but is thoroughly enjoyable. And now, finally, I’ve finally got a chance to give back in a way that shows my appreciation for what was offered me all those years ago. For those of you who know my history (or just peeked at my LinkedIn profile), you know that I’m talking about KRS.
So, I’m quite thrilled to be a contributor and collaborator for their Advanced Agile Developer course. The inauguration course happens on 19 November. That’s not much time, so book a spot quickly. I don’t want to give too much away, but I can tell you that it’s going to be fun, intense, and inspiring – and seriously code centric. There will be times when you will feel like you just don’t know how to code anymore, and then feel like you can conquer the world.
I think this is a course with a difference. We want to bring together developers that are already competent at writing code and want to become proficient at being agile developers. We made a big decision to go deep, and not skim the surface of lots of topics. The result is a course that is very code centric, working at quite an intensity that passionate developers will find inspiring.
Working with Lorraine Steyn and team KRS has the same warmth, openness, and security from 20 years ago. This is something that I know they will bring to this course in a way that I can only hope to, someday, emulate.