Learn how to become a front end developer with Justin Schwartzenberger the Pluralsight author of the Front End Web Development Career Kickstart course.
Duncan and Justin discuss the course which is a guide to kick-starting a career in front end web development that addresses the need-to-know terms, topics, and concepts for an industry professional.
The interview also discusses soft skills and passion that help male applicants stand out when applying for their first position.
About the speakers
Justin Schwartzenberger is a Lead Engineer at SoCreate, currently working on the future of screenplay writing software.
Justin has presented on topics such as ASP.NET MVC, Test Driven Development, WCF and OData at the San Luis Obispo .NET User Group and helped organize and run the Central Coast Code camp for multiple years. Justin lives on the Central Coast of California with his wife and daughter and, when not developing and mentoring, travels up and down the California coast in search of surf.
Duncan Hunter loves working in passionate teams to make awesome software. Making sustainable software that solves real world issues is what makes Duncan tick. He is a full stack web developer specialising in making responsive frontend applications with AngularJS and TypeScript.
With the current speed of change in frontend best practices Duncan helps teams learning and implementing modern frontend build processes to produce scalable and maintainable applications quickly.
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