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Lazar Nikolov

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Lauro Silva

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1 other

Jan 22, 2022
Taught a workshop
Contributed to open source
Mentored Coding Students
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Just did a workshop on Next.js with egghead.io. Such an amazing experience! Will be doing another one next Saturday, on January 29, 2022.

The workshop material is Open Source! 👉 https://github.com/nikolovlazar/egghead-beginners-guide-nextjs
Instructor, egghead.io
Mentored a Product Manager
Great catching up with one of my mentees this week! They are thriving after graduation and landing their new entry-level position, despite all this pandemic nonsense. It's hard to get to know people when you start a new job and you aren't able to see the faces of your co-workers.  
Started 2 minutes ago
Mentoring Coding Students
Teaching first time coding students
Teaching C#
Volunteering with Code Louisville
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Excited to volunteer as a mentor for another session of Code Louisville with my coding partner-in-crime, Doug! This is the first time C# development has been taught as an entry level course at Code Louisville, so there's lots to learn for both students and mentors!
Attended Hack Cambridge Atlas
Attended Hack Cambridge Atlas as a Huawei Mentor and a judge for the Huawei challenge.
Lead Developer Advocate, Huawei Technologies
Mentored a Devops Engineer
Wrote an article
Wrote a Blog Post
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Have you been thinking about what you actually need to break into the DevOps/SRE space, but have no idea where to start?

It's actually pretty difficult to know exactly what's going to work because, at the end of the day, it's not an easy job/role...

In this blog post, I show you what you can do to get into the DevOps space and how you can succeed.

https://dev.to/thenjdevopsguy/what-you-need-to-break-into-devops-and-sre-3fp5
Wrote a book
Wrote GoLang code
Learning Golang
Mentored a Software Development Engineer
Teaching Programming
Used Functional Programming
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Automation, programming, and development are arguably some of the hottest topics this year. The idea is that even if you don't want to learn how to build apps, you still need to learn how to write code for automation.

From a DevOps perspective, Go (golang) is definitely an extremely popular language. Think about it; Kubernetes, Docker, and Terraform? All written in Go!

If you want to learn more about it, take a look at my 5-star-rated book, Quality Code With Go

https://thenjdevopsguy.gumroad.com/l/ASyXy
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