The Junior Developer's Survival Guide: Cultivating a better engineering mindset

As you're traversing your way through interviews and building your career, you will inevitably worry about how we can prepare for the technical issues we will face both in interviews and on the job. It is especially the case for those of us who are self taught or in bootcamps. What makes a good engineer isnt necessarily dependent on what technologies they know but more on how they think, what they value and how they approach problems, which is exactly why companies assess those qualities. In this session, I'll go over my nontraditional path into tech, what my first year in tech taught me as far as what to prioritize, why things such as test driven development advocacy and algorithmic thinking are important, and ways you can start cultivating a better engineering mindset so you can be set up for success!