Soft Skills: The software developer's life manual Paperback – 29 Dec 2014
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About the Author
John Sonmez is the founder of Simple Programmer, where he tirelessly pursues his vision of transforming complex issues into simple solutions. John has published over 50 courses on topics such as iOS, Android, .NET, Java, and game development for the online developer training resource, Pluralsight. He also hosts the Get Up and CODE podcast, where he talks about fitness for programmers. John is a life coach for software developers, and helps software engineers, programmers and other technical professionals boost their careers and live a more fulfilled life.
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It’s a feast of distilled wisdom on the life skills needed to succeed and thrive as a software developer. Rather than focusing on technical skills, which are covered in so many other books and videos, John instead generously shares his hard earned insight and experience on topics as diverse as financial management, maintaining physical and emotional health, working for your self, and cultivating a positive and effective mental attitude.
In each bite-sized chapter there are practical and immediately actionable exercises to improve any developer’s life across the board.
I can’t recommend this book highly enough.
If you are widely read on the subject of IT, then little of the stuff is likely to be new to you. However, the author presents it in a way that makes it more likely that you will move from the thinking stage to the doing stage.
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