Let’s be honest: when you’re a Code Newbie and just started learning to code, the idea of jumping on GitHub and doing something there might be…intimidating. I’ve been there, other Engineers as well, so don’t worry! Here are 4 things you can start doing on GitHub now.Continue reading “Code Newbies, here are 4 things you can start doing on GitHub now!”
I hope that the below tips would be useful for you and you’ll rock your interview!Continue reading “How to prepare for a technical interview (and “live coding” part) for a Software Engineer role?”
Last week I posted a photo of my home office on LinkedIn and received a few questions about it. I decided to write this short article, so next time someone will ask me about my setup, I can just share it with them.
*This article wasn’t sponsored by IKEA 😉
I spent more than 9 years in recruitment and I’m pretty sure I have seen thousands of resumes/CVs/LinkedIn profiles during my career 🙂 Even though I’m no longer hiring, as a Software Engineer, I still have opportunities to do reviews (e.g. as part of my initiative where I’m helping #WomenInTech – check my Twitter and Instagram for more details).
Below are my tips for getting the most out of your LinkedIn profile (based on my profile).Continue reading “14 tips to get the most out of your LinkedIn profile”
I was always quite sure 2 things will never happen: working 100% remotely and starting remotely as a Junior Software Engineer. But then the covid came and as you can imagine everything changed – I’m working from home since mid-March and I recently moved internally and joined Microsoft Teams Prague team.
I had many thoughts in my head (mostly negative) and I wasn’t sure how I will manage this 100% remote mode. Also starting new role while being away from the team isn’t super easy, but so far all is good 🙂 Below are some tips that helped me go through remote onboarding and I want to share them with you.Continue reading “Remote onboarding? Here are 6 tips how to not go crazy”
I’m super excited to share my new official website with you! I have no idea why it took me so long, but after many (literally maaaaaaaaany) years I’ve decided to create my own space for sharing career-related content.