Yitzchok Willroth is a Talmudic scholar and independent web application engineer, consultant and coach living in Lakewood, New Jersey.
A start-up veteran, dev bootcamp instructor and popular conference speaker, Yitzchok is the founder & organizer of the ShorePHP User Group, a co-organizer of the NYPHP User Group, and an active participant in the PHPMentoring Initiative.
Passionate about clean code and robust application architecture, he is also a strong proponent of remote teams as a way for software organizations to thrive while affording developers a healthy work:life balance.
Proposals for this user
You’ve been programming for a while now. You’re beginning to feel that you’ve got a handle on things but at the same time can’t escape the feeling that you’ve somehow plateaued in your growth as a software developer. In this talk Yitzchok, a rabbinic scholar and software developer, shares the “wisdom of the sages” as practical, actionable advice – strategies and tactics – that you can use to reinvigorate your growth as a software developer.
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