Jayme Returns to Coach Healthy Developers!
4/28/2022Topics:My Software Developer Career Journey
Can you believe it’s been 3 years since I made a video? Yeah you can – you’ve been asking me to come back. Sorry! I just wasn’t ready yet.
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In the past 3 years, I’ve met with about 200 people all over the world to learn better how to help you with software development career issues. There were a lot of things I thought I understood. And some of them I did. But it was humbling to realize many problems you’re having with your career are forcing me to step up and learn again.
You may notice this video looks different! I’ve collected some better gear and whatnot to try and create a more interesting look for our time together. I hope you like it. I’ll be tweaking it over time as I make more videos about Healthy Software Development.
I should mention, thank you for blowing up my channel over a year ago! The video “Why do so many programmers lose hope?” got recommended by a well known programming channel and within a short period, the channel grew 10x! I’m not someone who believes the number of subscribers determines the value of content, but it sure helps me to know you care.
In the next video, I’ll be talking about learning from people who’ve made mistakes. Chief among them – me! I see a real problem in our culture right now with developers and other people in IT only looking to people with a fake persona of having all the answers or being flawless. It’s time to get real, and get healthy. I’m looking forward to serving you this year again!
About the Healthy Software Developer show.
On the show, Jayme shares all of his teamwork and leadership strategies, guidelines for healthy company culture, and stories about real projects so you can have a sustainable career in the software industry.
Develop a mindset and habits to keep you calm so you still love writing code - avoiding the traps most developers fall into.
A family man and veteran of over 30 software projects, Jayme experienced many wins and losses that led him to helping developers succeed in their careers online.