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At Technical.ly’s 2020 Developers Conference, we heard from a dozen-plus software developers and other technologists on chaos engineering, hackathon project scaling, trends shaping their workplaces and the like.
We aim to keep that conversation going with Software Development Month of this year’s editorial calendar.
We write for — not just about — the local pros building innovative apps, websites and products. And following up on 2019’s Tech Stacks Month, this October, we’re dedicating extra reporting time to talking with those technologists, with an aim to dig deeper into the processes and trends behind the code.
Some related stories we’ve published recently:
- Learn coding for ‘actual beginners’ from this Delaware game developer
- Promptworks cofounder explores working as ‘copilots’ via pair programming in his new book
- This free training course aims to help unemployed Marylanders gain IT skills
- Kapowza’s newest tech hire on why front-end web development is like building sandcastles
Want to show us your absurd (or extremely practical) side projects? Have a cool perspective to share on what programming languages are most essential to know in 2020 (especially amid a COVID-shifted professional landscape)? Does your company have unique processes and strategies behind how its technology comes together? Want to write a first-person guest post about building your first app? Want to share some resources you used to level up your dev skills — or want to know which you need to do so? Let us know:
We’re also actively soliciting nominations for our 2020 RealLIST Engineers in all our markets. Know someone who exemplifies technical aptitude, community leadership and collaborative practices? Tell us here by Oct. 15:
RealLIST Engineers is back: Which impactful technologists deserve shoutouts?
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