Cohort Based Course Update
Today is a personal post and not a tidbit.
My cohort-based Mastering in Software Engineering course is open for enrollment. The course is divided into three sections: Building Software, Maintaining Software, and Team & Culture. I have two early registration promotions I want to share with you. A buy / get one free if you want to bring someone with you and share the cost with them, or a 25% discount with promo code EARLYBIRD. They both end by April 30th and are only available for the first 20 enrolled students. You can find the complete syllabus and enroll here: https://maven.com/georges-el-khoury/mastering-software-engineering
In addition, I'm offering a 1:1 session this week if you want to get in touch. It does not have to be only course-related. I'm always interested in meeting folks and seeing what they are working on. We can use this time to go over challenges you are facing at work or what you would like to learn and discuss whether the course will address them or not. If you are interested, you can schedule a session here: https://calendly.com/geoelkh/30min
I'm having the opposite experience it keeps lying to me. I see the potential it's probably better for software development than open questions. I also see it being great for propaganda. It's the stuff in the middle that it keeps lying to me about.