Yehuda Katz has done many, many code things. He co-created Ember.js, co-founded a tech startup Tilde, is a frequent contributor to open source projects including Handlebars, Bundler, and Thor, and is a member of the Rust Core Team. But it took years of playing with tech before he finally felt like coding was something he could do. In the first half of our two-part interview, he talks about what he looks for when he hires, how it took him years to feel like he could code, and why he doesn’t like the term “junior developer”.
- Codeland Conf
- GW Basic
- Q Basic
- Visual Basic
- John Resig's Interview on CodeNewbie
- Liz Bailie
- Linode (sponsor)
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