Miriam Goldman: Lessons from the Dojo: How being a Karate Sensei Made Me a Better Tech Mentor

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December 30, 2019

Being a lead developer not only means being responsible for clean and optimized code, it also means mentoring and teaching junior developers. This is applicable for all technology fields. Having been a karate sensei for over 9 years, come learn how I took cues from my time at the dojo, and applied it to helping junior team members. From learning styles to patience, and to self-confidence, much can be learned from the martial arts.

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WordCamp Niagara 2019 8

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