Coping with insecurities in tying up my identity with my grades as a student, and work performance as an adult.
because it's about the students, not the panelists.
From coding hobby to humanities college to failures to being paid to do what I do for fun.
What I recommend in retrospect, and what I did IRL.
Reflecting on one of the hardest times of my life career-wise -- from a new mid-level developer with 2 years of experience to interim director of technology. No bueno.
My ongoing battle with imposter syndrome means I'm...progressing?
As a self-taught software developer.
My self-taught, tortuous, nontraditional journey into programming as a career.
Stages of grief... but for learning to code.