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  1. 1. /37@yegor256 1 Yegor Bugayenko How Bright Is
 Our Future? 4
  2. 2. /37@yegor256 2 1.2K 14.3K 120K LoC 4K commits 100 devs
  3. 3. /37@yegor256 3 2000 2017 2034 100+ devs
 Big office
 Outsourcing 100+ devs
 No office Product
  4. 4. /37@yegor256 4 Labor was cheap. Not anymore. 1
  5. 5. /37@yegor256 5 % t RAM Labor $80K/year $250K $1K per Gb $5 Java, PHP, MySQL 2000 2017
  6. 6. /37@yegor256 6 We have to write for: Computers 2000 People 2017
  7. 7. /37@yegor256 7 vs.Hackers 2000 Designers 2017
  8. 8. /37@yegor256 8 Hackers Code for hackers. Standards are boring. Unit tests are for juniors. Fire-fighting is fun. Talk, don’t doc. Don’t touch my code!
  9. 9. /37@yegor256 9 Designers Code for newbies. Standards and rules are fun. Unit tests are for pros. Fire-fighting is annoying. Doc, don’t talk. Refactor my code!
  10. 10. /37@yegor256 10 Execute Maintainvs. 2000 2017
  11. 11. /37@yegor256 11 Be a designer My plan
  12. 12. /37@yegor256 12 We were coding. Now we reuse. 2
  13. 13. /37@yegor256 13 “Linear and quadratic growth is the dominant growth pattern of open source software projects” — Amit Deshpande and Dirk Riehle SAP Research, SAP Labs LLC, 2007
 https://goo.gl/xTKlL2
  14. 14. /37@yegor256 14 https://octoverse.github.com/ 8K+ contributors
 at docker/docker 20M active repos 11M users80M pull requests
 since 2010
  15. 15. /37@yegor256 15 — Klint Finley, Wired, November 2016 https://goo.gl/TdyUtX “Some of the biggest companies in the world are not only using open source software, but open sourcing their own code as well.”
  16. 16. /37@yegor256 16 “Either you contribute or not,
 you are an open source contributor.” — me
  17. 17. /37@yegor256 17 Your
 Code Our
 Code Your Service
  18. 18. /37@yegor256 18 — Matt Asay, TechRepublic, July 2016 https://goo.gl/bN857E “Red Hat keeps minting money by making others' innovations easier to use for mainstream enterprises.”
  19. 19. /37@yegor256 19 Our
 Code Your Service Your
 Code
  20. 20. /37@yegor256 20 My plan Create my own projects Grow followers Watch them Open my code
  21. 21. /37@yegor256 21 We had cubicles. Now we live in Bali. 3
  22. 22. /37@yegor256 22 Thanks to the Internet.
  23. 23. /37@yegor256 23 We don’t hire a programmer in Riga. We hire a programmer.
  24. 24. /37@yegor256 24 The rules of the market are changing: Rate References Education Personality Language Skills Legal status
  25. 25. /37@yegor256 25 Interim platforms:
  26. 26. /37@yegor256 26 No salaries. No offices. No meetings. No managers. The future:
  27. 27. /37@yegor256 27 The era of freelancers is coming.
  28. 28. /37@yegor256 28 Maybe even no companies,
 just projects?
  29. 29. /37@yegor256 29 My plan Invest into the resume Study management Be independent
  30. 30. /37@yegor256 30 We were selling.
 Now we evangelize. 4
  31. 31. /37@yegor256 31 Tech Career Software Architect Senior Developer Developer Junior Developer Tester Technology Evangelist/Advocate
  32. 32. /37@yegor256 32 Your community is your value.
  33. 33. /37@yegor256 33 Possible “giveaways”: Blog Product StackOverflow Lessons Webinars Books Pull requests Workshops
  34. 34. /37@yegor256 34 The market is the judge. Not the employer!
  35. 35. /37@yegor256 35 Give away more than I take back. My plan Build communities. Speak at conferences.
  36. 36. /37@yegor256 36 Invest into your resume. Summary Be a designer, not a hacker. Contribute to open source. Grow your community.
  37. 37. /37@yegor256 37 The article on the blog:

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