Treading the PHPath

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If you are a great developer, its no use unless other people know this as well. This talk is a guide/logbook of how to take your career into the next level, take advantage of Open Source and the PHP …

If you are a great developer, its no use unless other people know this as well. This talk is a guide/logbook of how to take your career into the next level, take advantage of Open Source and the PHP Community to grow as a professional.

It looks at different ways to learn more, grow your networking and expand the reach of your work, helping you find better opportunities and bring more value to your current employer.

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  • 1. Treading the PHPathR!f!"# D$%&(@r!"#$%)
  • 2. The Job Market
  • 3. Telecommutingbringing the competition to your town
  • 4. How do you stand out?
  • 5. Rafael Dohms photo credit: Eli White @rdohms Evangelist, Speaker and Contributor.Developer at WEBclusive.Enabler at AmsterdamPHP.
  • 6. 5.000.000+PHP developers by skoop
  • 7. the innovators thinkers and sharers research and adapt i do this for a hobby “this is my day job” copy & paste crew“ the nephews”
  • 8. Lots of Job Openings few qualified developers
  • 9. Knowledge Personal Marketing and Communication Networking and People SkillsThe pillars of professional growth Fir0002/Flagstaffotos
  • 10. ()$w#·"*+"/ !ä"#/Noun:1. Information and skills acquired through experience or education; the theoretical or practical understanding of a subject.
  • 11. Seek Knowledge!read, research, practice
  • 12. Dependency Injection Object Oriented CodeDependency Management 2+ Frameworks Javascript Unit Testing (TDD, BDD) Scalability Version Control (Git, SVN) What do I need to know?
  • 13. School is never out
  • 14. What do you do in your free time?
  • 15. Pickup a pet project
  • 16. Fix bugs in OSS Help your User Group Write Unit Tests Your own toolingReady to go and without ideas?
  • 17. Certifications are they worth it?
  • 18. http://phpmentoring.orgFind a mentor!
  • 19. p"r$)!#-&!r(",-)+ 1. The act of promoting your self and your work to achieve your own personal goals in life.by slushpup
  • 20. Your name is your calling card
  • 21. What does Google say about you?
  • 22. “[blogging] ... not only can you promote yourself andyour opinions...but you also get the opportunity todiscuss them with others and ... learn from theirparticular experiences.” Marco Tabini - Editor of php|arch by sebastian bergmann
  • 23. “senior [developers] ... need to be mature enough tonot only express themselves, but to be able to eitherdefend their position or correct themselves.” Cal Evans - Blue Parabola / Zend DevZone by rob allen
  • 24. They really get along and so do the tips they gave by Jeremy Kendall
  • 25. Your own blog Talk to @e3BethT at php|arch Anywhere!Write and Blog
  • 26. User Groups Sessions Hackathons / Testfest ConferencesParticipate! Show up.
  • 27. Contribute! You find bugs everyday Unit Tests Share your own library
  • 28. Start in your own companyUser Groups, they are everywhereTalk about what you see everyday Give a talk! by Josh Holmes
  • 29. GitHubcontributing made easy
  • 30. )",w$r(-)+1. The art of meeting people and making them remember you.
  • 31. Business Cardsalways have them with you
  • 32. Know who will be there by skoop
  • 33. Socials by Eli White
  • 34. Keep in touchMailing listsIRC: #phpc LinkedIn by sebastian bergmann
  • 35. CONFERENCE ALL THE THINGS!
  • 36. Knowledge Personal Marketing and Communication Networking and People SkillsThe pillars of professional growth Fir0002/Flagstaffotos
  • 37. Life your comfort zone you are here Amsterdam“Life starts outside your comfort zone”
  • 38. Thank you.@rdohmshttp://doh.ms https://joind.in/7081http://slides.doh.ms