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Take Control of Your
Development Career
Welcome!
Michael “Doc” Norton
@DocOnDev
http://docondev.blogspot.com/
doc@leandog....
Recovering Post Technical
I love to learn
I love to teach
I love to work in teams
I love to write code
I really love to write code
What about YOU?
Do you love your job?
Do you love your Employer?
Do you love your Boss?
What do you love?
What do you really love?
Take Control
Take Control
• Get Noticed
• Get Together
• Get Your Mojo
• Get Naked
• Get Schooled
Get Noticed
Get Noticed
Know Your Business
Get Noticed
Get Noticed
Understand Management
Get Noticed
Get Noticed
Do Your Existing Job
Get Noticed
Get Noticed
Make Yourself Expendable
Get Together
Get Together
Join a User Group
Get Together
Help Run a User Group
Get Together
Start a User Group
Get Your Mojo
Get Your Mojo
     Kata
Get Your Mojo
    Koans
Get Your Mojo
  Breakable Toys
Get Your Mojo
  Open Source
Get Naked
Get Naked
Run with Group A
Get Naked
Do Something Different
Get Naked
Own Your Mistakes
Get Naked
Admit You Don’t Know
Get Schooled
Get Schooled
Choose a Mentor
Get Schooled
Attend Conferences
Get Schooled
Teach a New Subject
Get Started
Read These (Again)
Take Control of Your
Development Career
Thank You!
Michael “Doc” Norton
@DocOnDev
http://docondev.blogspot.com/
michael.no...
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As developers, we tend to spend a lot of time focused on languages, frameworks, and tools. But few of us spend time thinking about our careers or personal growth. Michael talks about simple things you can do today that pay off in a big way tomorrow. Take control of your Development Career. Be the developer you wanted to be. It is easier than you might think.

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    1. 1. Take Control of Your Development Career Welcome! Michael “Doc” Norton @DocOnDev http://docondev.blogspot.com/ doc@leandog.com
    2. 2. Recovering Post Technical
    3. 3. I love to learn
    4. 4. I love to teach
    5. 5. I love to work in teams
    6. 6. I love to write code
    7. 7. I really love to write code
    8. 8. What about YOU?
    9. 9. Do you love your job?
    10. 10. Do you love your Employer?
    11. 11. Do you love your Boss?
    12. 12. What do you love?
    13. 13. What do you really love?
    14. 14. Take Control
    15. 15. Take Control • Get Noticed • Get Together • Get Your Mojo • Get Naked • Get Schooled
    16. 16. Get Noticed
    17. 17. Get Noticed Know Your Business
    18. 18. Get Noticed
    19. 19. Get Noticed Understand Management
    20. 20. Get Noticed
    21. 21. Get Noticed Do Your Existing Job
    22. 22. Get Noticed
    23. 23. Get Noticed Make Yourself Expendable
    24. 24. Get Together
    25. 25. Get Together Join a User Group
    26. 26. Get Together Help Run a User Group
    27. 27. Get Together Start a User Group
    28. 28. Get Your Mojo
    29. 29. Get Your Mojo Kata
    30. 30. Get Your Mojo Koans
    31. 31. Get Your Mojo Breakable Toys
    32. 32. Get Your Mojo Open Source
    33. 33. Get Naked
    34. 34. Get Naked Run with Group A
    35. 35. Get Naked Do Something Different
    36. 36. Get Naked Own Your Mistakes
    37. 37. Get Naked Admit You Don’t Know
    38. 38. Get Schooled
    39. 39. Get Schooled Choose a Mentor
    40. 40. Get Schooled Attend Conferences
    41. 41. Get Schooled Teach a New Subject
    42. 42. Get Started
    43. 43. Read These (Again)
    44. 44. Take Control of Your Development Career Thank You! Michael “Doc” Norton @DocOnDev http://docondev.blogspot.com/ michael.norton@leandog.com
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