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Where mathematics and philosophy meet you'll find formal logic. It is a systematic study of valid inference. In it one starts with a proposition or assumed hypotheses and derives a conclusion.
Software developers get burn out. Frequently, burnout is caused by poor boundaries, especially with your job.
Conferences are a fun place to learn, grow, and meet fellow developers. Whether you are a seasoned code veteran or newbie searching for your first junior developer job tech conferences have something for you.
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We all have those nights where no matter what we do we just can't seem to fall asleep. Looking at the clock, calculating how many hours until we have to get up just makes it worse.
Speaking at conferences can be daunting, especially if you are first starting out. Public speaking can be hard enough without going through the conference talk process. Both Will and BJ have gone through the process of creating and submitting a CFP (Call for Papers), putting together a conference talk, and making it memorable and engaging.
If you are contemplating starting a side project, there are some things you need to keep in mind in order to keep your day job from interfering with, or even damaging your side project. You also need to be careful that your side project doesn't create problems at your office.
There are a ton of programming books out there, but there are only a few that have made a huge and lasting impression on developers across the board. One of those is The Pragmatic Programmer: From Journeyman To Master by Andrew Hunt and Dave Thomas, which has helped an uncountable number of developers refine their career and practices.