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Manu PK             @manupk12http://about.me/manupk
Agenda Being Yourself Your Surroundings Your Community Your Career
Being Yourself ::“You” the One and Only
Use keyboard more than mouseLearn and practice shortcuts.Use tools like AutoKey, mousefeed, etc..
Sharpen your tool set…..Use Eclipse plug-ins, prospective, shortcuts etc..
There will always be success, it’s a matter of how and whenWas that your key? Did you borrow any keys?Demand and Share the...
Read booksRead…….Practice……..Read
learn from other’s mistakes
Your Surroundings::What’s around You
Get a good Chair, System and Duel Monitor
Your Community ::Be Social
Follow your interests
Read about stuff that you like
Ask what you don’t knowAnswer what you know
Write some stuff Start writing in JIRA, move to Wiki. If you loved it or if others loved it, go tell the world!
Code More!!!Share Your CodeContribute to open source projects
Listen to technical conferences in your laptop
Your Career ::Make your mark
Get LinkedInOr be present in the internet
Don’t always think about salary, see where you stand inthe market.Think about you….Decide YES or NO.
When you are on the Job MarketMake of the TIME when you are on the run.Finding Great Developers by Joel Spolsky   “The av...
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Doing more as a Programmer

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This presentation is about maximizing your value as a programmer by enhancing the way you interact with yourself, your surroundings, with community and to your career.

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Doing more as a Programmer

  1. 1. Manu PK @manupk12http://about.me/manupk
  2. 2. Agenda Being Yourself Your Surroundings Your Community Your Career
  3. 3. Being Yourself ::“You” the One and Only
  4. 4. Use keyboard more than mouseLearn and practice shortcuts.Use tools like AutoKey, mousefeed, etc..
  5. 5. Sharpen your tool set…..Use Eclipse plug-ins, prospective, shortcuts etc..
  6. 6. There will always be success, it’s a matter of how and whenWas that your key? Did you borrow any keys?Demand and Share the fruits of success
  7. 7. Read booksRead…….Practice……..Read
  8. 8. learn from other’s mistakes
  9. 9. Your Surroundings::What’s around You
  10. 10. Get a good Chair, System and Duel Monitor
  11. 11. Your Community ::Be Social
  12. 12. Follow your interests
  13. 13. Read about stuff that you like
  14. 14. Ask what you don’t knowAnswer what you know
  15. 15. Write some stuff Start writing in JIRA, move to Wiki. If you loved it or if others loved it, go tell the world!
  16. 16. Code More!!!Share Your CodeContribute to open source projects
  17. 17. Listen to technical conferences in your laptop
  18. 18. Your Career ::Make your mark
  19. 19. Get LinkedInOr be present in the internet
  20. 20. Don’t always think about salary, see where you stand inthe market.Think about you….Decide YES or NO.
  21. 21. When you are on the Job MarketMake of the TIME when you are on the run.Finding Great Developers by Joel Spolsky  “The average great software developer will apply for, total,maybe, four jobs in their entire career. “  http://www.joelonsoftware.com/articles/FindingGreatD evelopers.html
  22. 22. Thank You

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