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without a vote and that and the and the type of iron in it start right on time because that's all I can think talks scoring so don't wanna run over a welcome this is how to get and love your 1st rails job and my name is Molly
Morgan black skin give you guys a little bit of background on me and working since I was 16 years old and I've had a lot of jobs in that time I have done everything from food service I and to being a narrow behavioral researcher at a large hospital in New York I have also been a book editor of small publishing
house in New York are right on the heels of the recession was fine and I have been a project manager at an advertising agency that faces because I really did not love that I and that a product manager for a small as start out of Tennessee and at that point after overseeing the launch of a product that start out by because my career and I went back to school and to study suffer engineering and natural stuff for school which was a six-month camp and I am now a junior developer at like bio working remotely and and I really love my job so of artists really big companies at work for some start and small companies and I worked in the most corporate culture you can imagine and start a culture and a lot of interviewing for jobs and have also interviewed a lot of people for jobs this talk is really an advice that I've learned sometimes the hard way over the years and also attach a bunch of other had dealt became graduates from all over the country I getting some of their advice as they got their 1st job so hopefully we can impart some wisdom today so I brought this
topic into pieces how to be a standout canon and how to choose a job you will love and so just started how to be a
standout Canada yeah 1st off you need to crush the disabled project
and especially in a boot camp but also if you're badgering the degree you're going to have a project that is representative of you in your skill set I think the most important thing you can do
1st officer choose a project that excites you the foundation of your project can be a
technical problem of interest a skill you on the phone or project that aligns with professional aspirations of personal interest of years personally I think the best projects
are a combination of technical interest and personal interests I say this because the most 1 easiest questions an interviewer to ask you is why did you choose this project and ideally they answer to that should be window and who you are and what your interests are what you think about what gets you taking 1 makes you excited to program and that the most most obvious question person can ask you by your project is what problems did you encounter or solve while working on this to than 1 she's a project where you have an interesting answer about what things when you're technical interests our what problems you want to solve and how you tackle a challenge I heard a lot of people say things like well I just want to choose a project like a complete with the 2 week window but some very interesting answer when you're in an interview situation so definitely think about How can I build a project that says something about me and says something about my technical prowess the and also it's really really important that effort your whole project even at times of heard something along the lines of another waste my time styling when I don't even wanna be a front-end developer at how can't emphasize enough how important I think it is to not form pre-mature opinions about the work were willing to do especially when you're 3 6 months into this and that attitude really only serves to her you in the long run when you work not just on the things that really interest you but on the whole project here showing a potential employer they're willing to take on a variety of different assignments the you take pride in your work no matter what you're working on and you're excited to learn many aspects of aircraft and these are all really often things to show by yourself so you only limiting yourself by saying like no I'm only gonna take on this piece and especially when you're getting your 1st job in rails or any language you may not necessarily get to work on the things that interest you right off the bat times employers don't even let juniors touch the back for 3 6 months you're going so you can rise to the challenge of taking on some fun and work and the 3
considering the edge cases your users will not behave as expected this is true both when you're building a simple project but also forever so this is a good thing to sort of tackle right off the bat so the best way to figure out what's not working is to ask your friends or family to use your project your app they will find the bugs and not because they're looking for builders happen upon them because they will not behave as you expected them to and and I would get this feedback from people I still have time to fix it don't sort of push your project to the last day before an interview or you have presented a and they get a bunch of people to check project out of a recipe for a lot of stress and for
understand every line of code in your projects and their group
projects a lot of boot camp stupid projects especially for final projects this stack the online tutorials the sample projects for maybe a teacher or a and you know hard all something like that and so it's not unlikely that you're going to end up with some coding a project you did not write yourself and that's OK because in the real world what are the
chances you're gonna work on app adult you're the only person writing code probably not I but you do want the will actually explain every piece uh of your project so if you are in a group project I highly recommend getting together as a team and explain to each other how Europe's his work and to the point where the other members of your team can explain the work you did so if you grab some snippet offset stack and you can't remember why exactly it solves the problem the unit 4 go back and read that we watch the tutorial the maybe that is sniff that out of and I honestly think the best way to learn a as how code is working as a player than the rails consuls of there's something in your project you're not really sure how it's working rabbit rabbit output in the rails Council play around so it makes sense to you and ultimately you're ready for as presenter
project we can explain the whole project so walking the walk someone else through your code codebase and before you have to do it in an interview process but refactor
factory factor and there's never enough protecting you can you honestly when you're right civil project and if you find a code hard to read it is hard to read for everybody so here's some questions that you can ask yourself as you're thinking about how to refactor a project we're working on R. method names just clear and descriptive and of the job they should actually be doing right but they should make sense not just you but anyone who's reading your code base Due to my methods have 1 explicit responsibility if your methods are taking on too many responsibilities see if you can break them up right shorter methods and and this will also help you naming by the way and his you know on a right you know your names having uh trying to explain multiple jobs i is my mark mostly logic free there are are sometimes when it's appropriate have logic in the market but ultimately if you can get it extracted from model or a helper it will make for much cleaner code the is my commentary if you have comments telling you where your code does you're not done refactoring go back to the beginning keep keep working on it I write tests this may sound like an obvious 1 because sure
your stress will press interviewers but that's really not what I'm telling you write them really your tasks will save know if any of you were like the junior developers that I know you think that the very best time to add just like 1 more feature to your application is the day before you have presented here up to somebody and then everything inevitably breaks because it always does and if you have no tests well
the you made this guy so write your test will tell you what you're doing and hope and they will help you isolate your problems very quickly I'm moving on ideally at this
point you pressed a simple project the and now you need to do the working the kind they look so happy assuming yes you have
our honestly I wish I didn't have to tell you that this is the case as I hate networking but it as it their me that's the industry parties there hack nicer volunteer opportunities just put something on a calendar every week and force yourself to go make your friends go with you just do something to get out the people the but very importantly no you do not have to ask everyone you meet at these new ups for a job I I mean and she was so surprised by time I have heard people do this but there's a really big difference so a lot of business you do have an opportunity to interest introduce yourself to the group and at times I've heard people get up there be like payments Molly black nationals of a school like and graduating in a month I need a job like a real stabbed you know anyone who is hiring Perales job or like you or your company so if you are like from the actually really contact me really in among these approach 3 no one's gonna do that no 1 is going to approach a stranger that they have never met an hour for the job and so my best advice as just go to the things and be
yourself just talk about the things you're working on what you've been learning we're excited to learn more about and more likely than not want someone actually knows you if they know position that is appropriate for you but probably tell you about it and but the thing is that it's not just enough to go to these things in a person that's being seen all these minutes you have to actually make real relationships so once you start getting comfortable in your community these new that's meeting people start asking people for copy and honestly this doesn't even have to do that job getting oriented it can be um just asking so about how they started their career interact with their 1st job was like how they got that job the things people really like talking about themselves so they'll bill probably more than up for getting a copier trade with you and all this and you start actually having relationships in the community and people will keep you in mind to the hearer genera rails job it's opening up on another piece of advice I have in terms the networking is that if you really love a company already know the think they're amazing would just still work for them reach out directly honestly I think I've got 1 job in my life of the very many jobs I've had from a job posting in general I just write a letter to companies that I think are interesting introduced myself I ask if I can be get to know someone in their takes about a copy coming from operation depends on the situation sometimes you have to do some light stocking together parade e-mail address is just do it honestly the worst thing we can happen is someone you never hear response and that's kind of like not reaching out all but often if you write a really awesome letter and you will express a lot of interest to what this company that you will hear a response and all this and you have in added face you're really interested in working so only networking there
and moving on to being a cover letter so what do I mean by this the cover letter unless
you have that a job through a network of situation is a 1st impression and I think the most important thing you can do is make you some a realize class a
opening to a cover letter and flame written this cover letter back in the day I'm so excited to be applied for the position of junior rails developer life I 0 I fill my past experience in unique skills that are perfectly suited for this exciting opportunities OK so the person is receiving honors may be receiving up to like a hundred cover letters and if you're cover letter sounds like this you sound like everybody in your job Carolina is willing to stand out seen on
subject lines seen on the latter if you actually embrace your voice you will stand out and by the way this doesn't you really work being ridiculous this just means big infuse your own voice into the letter your writing so you sound like a human being and this is actually not easy for everybody so I would recommend that you read your letter any letters into coming out loud you're not sure how you sound when you're reading it in you can sort of say does the sound awkward stilted boring you guys heard me read the beginning of a cover letter it sounded terrible if you sound like that from the garbage start over and keep working on something that sounds more like your authentic voice and you'll know it sounds like the authentic voice when you read it and sells familiar to you but never ever copy and paste again for the cover letter never do this if you're like I need to
copy and paste you're applying to many jobs only applied a job she really wants put a lot of work into those letters into that resonate because if you're applying to a lot of jobs in which you really want some which kind on some would you like have is in a job the diminishing quality across the board of the cover letters you're writing for the jobs that you do you really want so I would ask the pick like 5 max and put a lot of work into those and With the copying and pasting
I say this because have received as someone betting have some please I letters with the incorrect company name or the preposition in it because they're clearly copying and pasting and filling out those different pieces and I've never responded to someone who's in a cover letter like that and honestly I don't know even if they corrected the problem of the it just says that they're not that interested in what your company does so if you end up in the position where you've accidentally put the wrong company name into a cover letter for a company you actually work for a really sucks so don't do it is you probably will never get to work gets
a proofreader all I really have to say about this is that a typo in a cover letter
is just as bad as a type your code and we all know that type of work of break things so don't it get people to read the stuff but I'm
moving on new has already amazing cover letters at this point people of the expressed interest in know and it is now time to interview confidently and
1st off in the main thing I just wanna say that every as don't sweat the technical even I know you well because everybody us Bush to Mr. by the technical and it's a little bit potential technical
formats questions by a simple projects define a term or principle or design pattern so whiteboard problem maybe pair programming or taken assignment is the kind of classes the 1st 4 once you actually have to do in person the yeah which can be a little scary
so the 1st thing I would recommend especially when it comes to problem solving is just Vocalizer thought process you may be asked to White were Roman you really don't know why you're going to get from point a to point B. but you can start talking about what steps you thinking about taking of and and how you're going to approach the problem the ch but I think that what is really important detectable interview also is to be obtained with not knowing and being excited to learn more because it's it's totally possible you end up with a question where you draw a blank or is not really sure what that term means honestly and it would be expressed all you you should just embrace you can know everything right now because that's going to be the rest of your life as a programmer you just cannot know everything i so if you're in this process just sort of see if you can talk through like a I don't I don't really know what this thing is and but I would love to talk through with you I would love to hear an explanation and and therefore you know what that up I'm interested to learn about about this thing and because honestly that's the best thing you can do you don't see in a white board with no idea where you are going to answer and just sort of throw the pan and give up in these try to create and some rapport with the interviewer because ultimately the interview process is all about building rapport yes people are assessing you for whether or not they think you have the aptitude for the job that's just a given but there are also assessing can I work with this person can I solve problems with this person knowledge with this person are they someone who seems ready the learning of on who seems like they're going to be a team player and and honestly I think in a lot of situations it's you have people 1 person is slightly more competent but 1 person is clearly going to make a better team people usually go in that direction so I had to recommend is trying to build rapport with the people that you're interviewing 1
OK the other pieces of interviewing confidently that talk about the selling your past experience a lot of people I shall not to know who in this room is coming out of a adult can't situation OK right so the you know so not every money coming into this field and here is a CS major went straight through college knew what they wanted to do a lot of you were coming from past uh jobs they feel seemingly unrelated but the thing is that we bring other things to the table is people coming from the boot camps after having change careers and stick them a couple examples they think this is really important so I know a lot of people come to this food
service and they've been almost embarrassed to assure that like they don't want the people interviewed and all that but honestly I think in services like an incredible background experience you are working for basically as part of the machine where everything in the background is like chaotic and sort of ugly and and when you're presenting node to the end users so to speak the people you're restaurant area copy shops is a beautiful product that seems to come out of sight seeing less and well timed and really delightful any and all I don't think your programming is like that like we are showing our users are code we're building something that ultimately uh should be seemingly easy and beautiful at the end so I think that people in the service of a lot of user experience know-how even if they don't know that they do Male Singer sewing came to this from carpentry construction background and this is a person who did not talk a lot of thought like some of the people in the camps due and he was a person who just like really understood what it meant to build the end of the day he was a person who likes just mean things because that he always knew it was going to be judged based on what he mean and he didn't think he could sell animals like when he's talking about Manny Rayner lot to this and this is a person who was a real true maker I can do this the writing editing background and I know a number of other people who do as well and we are people who already care about word choice of syntax and grammar and structure and readability and naming and and that's really relevant and use of a learning curve to get to a point where you're writing beautiful code but it's something you really striving for so I think that's something you bring to the table if any of you are sitting there thinking like I was this other thing is really not really not relevant so come talk to maybe because I can assure you that it is the number to kind of help you discover how your background is can be sold to your future employers so I'm moving on to the
next half of my how to choose a job you will love the but the I think this part is almost more relevant because you probably have heard a lot less about hollow to bet the company they're interviewing where I think this is just as important as being a standout candidate the so the 1st thing is
narrowing your shirt your search because in the tax field you're not just in the tech field you might also end up in like finance or health care or food or travel and most companies these days are a company that does 1 thing and also happens to be using technology and you can end up working for a huge corporation or you could end up working for start up there's a lot of things to be thinking about as you're starting to try to figure out where to even apply for a job 1 why what's the 1st part of this is really about asking yourself some questions before you even start the interview process
I think the most important question you can ask yourself is what problems might interested in solving an example of this is a store work in hospitals the problem that I was interested in solving have been interesting solver for a long time is how to make health care more proactive and less reactive but a personal problem I'm interested in the problem might be technical maybe philosophical by the personal but I wouldn't I wouldn't literally write down a list of problems that you're interested in solving before you start applying for jobs because this will help you start thinking about industry and where you might wanna work and do I wanna wear
many hats or have fewer more well-defined responsibilities this is a question that may help you discover whether you wanna work for a smaller company or a larger company contents start ups were companies the right past the start-up phase and you have to bring a lot of different skill sets the table or at least be willing to play a lot of different roles and larger companies where there's more structure and things a bit more well defined and you may have a much more near where a job responsibilities yeah fine it's really just about what is right for you and so I would definitely think about that as you're thinking about size of company what's right do I wanna gain breadth of knowledge or depth of knowledge is a junior developer and this is kind of a question that will help he says that would you rather work and for product company or an agency consultancy and inner product company you're going to gain a lot of depth of knowledge you're going to be working on uh probably a lot of the same piece of code base for the same code base and in a way where you're going to get to know it inside and out an agency consultancy you may have a new project every 6 months that can also be really Austin as a junior because you're going to get your hands on a lot of things so that's again just personal preference what y what am I looking for can I 16 a remote position what I what rather work on site and a lot of people say or warrant Trina's against working normally I work remotely I love it is right for who I am the person that does really well what I close the door and can focus and but then I also have slack to reach out to my team so but I haven't seen a remote position you need to be a person who is you know your accountable do yourself you know the anatomy can be like distracted by your TV during the middle of the workday and and that you can be proactive about reaching out for help when needed in terms of working on-site may just be really social person names the interaction maybe you wanna work in a team environment where you work her programming in person during the day it's just really again after preference so I think these are really important things to know about yourself before you just start for applications out into the world and the similarly back there and
now at the point when you're actually in an interview process so my best is devices to interview potential companies as thoroughly as they are interviewing you this use about building a relationship right so it's not just like 0 god I hope so hires me it's and also about like this company is looking for someone who's going to fit their culture and their names and you need a company that's can affect your life and when you're looking to get out of it especially as a generative Albore and because this is going to be the 1st company workforce going to greatly impact at your career moving forward so things to look for in
a company as you're interviewing that could quality and as a junior than me sort of coding culture of the company is going to greatly impact on how you code so if your companies are writing test a prominent right tests that they don't do a lot of refactoring you're probably not reviewing lottery refactoring so I think it's really important sets out of the quality of food at the company really working for questions you can
ask potential players highest accompanying manage technical that the what is the current code coverage look like or they're writing tests to what extent they writing tests what is the code review process from the eyes from the code before August production order staging and how is your code point be reviewed you can get feedback and can you tell me about a problem your team ran into recently and how it was solved saw people sort of left to their own devices to figure something out there in tune or does the team handed drop everything all work together to solve a problem and all these questions really just meant to get you some insight into how a company is writing code because while there is sort of the engineering 1st model in silicon valley that's just not always true everywhere gonna work some companies have um sort of more reactive tech and science were they realize the tech division of a sort of in a way where they like Eliot to keep up with the market and they don't necessarily have the best practices and so while a lot of companies do it don't assume it so asses questions before you take a job the as of yet another good 1 that not every once milk provide for you this is seeking a victim of the codebase so you know what through here of a project or working out or a piece of code that's going to give you a lot of insight into what you're going to be working on growth
opportunities again really important as a junior developer the and you are afraid ask about growth opportunities because they don't wanna sound like self serving in an interview setting but it's very important and so questions you can ask how does
your company faster learning culture for its developers what are they doing to help people move forward and if you don't have the incidence of little work in working on that that's but something the to consider this team of developers involvement thinking years in the past you have 1st union they're hiring they sort of taking a chance on you and the people excited about the prospect of mentoring junior or do they see it as like as in a castle slowdown while we try to catch this person up to speed and try to get a sense of how old how they feel bring you into the team very important the work what kind of work does the company vision you doing again I mentioned earlier sometimes a junior dead so get a chance to work on anything that could remotely touch the boundaries of freedom 3 6 months especially something you're gonna wanna know upfront what they see you I'm working on right off the bat so I think the question
is what kind of work vision during the 1st 3 months 6 months year this also give you a sense of how what piece they hope that you will grow at an and just if the work that they are proposing that you do is of interest to you know but were primarily alone on a small team with a man to again these are personal things like maybe you really want to work alone maybe that's how you problem solved best store and say the most comfortable or maybe a team environment exactly what you're looking for and so again just get a sense what help with feature planning I'm not everybody is excited about the prospect and some people really want to do this so we get a sense of whether your enemy handed you know a task once it's completely defined or they're going to get a the get to be a part of a feature generation and ends what the roadmap looks like a little bit learning environment and
this is different than the gross environment and this is about how do you feel that you will learn in this place I think that's a great thing to
assess is how you feel when when you're leaving an interview especially technical and you do you feel like you have I feel good about this team I feel like I'm gonna work with these people I think I can grow from these people or do you leave feeling like she can feel so dumb I really didn't answer the question I think in the way they wanted me to or for the feel bad about not having a lot because I think if you get a job offer from a place where you felt really stupid or unconfident leaving that interview process that me tell you a lot about how you during the working there and as a junior you're going lot of the along with the people around you going down 1 cannot be too intimidated to ask the questions that you need to ask to get to move forward on on problems or a the whatever you're working on so I had to recommend the thinking of about how you feel when you are leaving the interview and that was a positive feeling do you feel that you see potential for mentoring relationship ideally at the end of an interview process you've met at least some of the people you be working with and is there anyone there you feel like yeah OK that's that's a person I'm really going to be able to learn a lot from them and if that person seems excited to be working with you I just think of all of us important things you can get out of your 1st of all as a junior and so
OK if kill the interview done amazing through this whole process the job every 1 of them so it you know have to actually the offers thieving given so the 1st thing
wanna mention is considering the perks
meaningful perks vacation days sick days parental leave flexible work schedule option to work from home and do these companies they're looking at offer these things and I think this list actually boils down to does this
company trade employees like human beings and Sherman during working in 95 schedule in general but you're also human being who maybe will get sick or you cannot get sick or you often often at the plumber at the house 1 day and there's a really big difference between the company like out course you're person like you to deal with these things the accompaniment you feel that every single time you have to ask offer you know there are normal human uh inconvenience so trying to get a sense of what the company if is and how they're going to make you feel and when you have to just you know be a person and I think this is also
was that does this company trusted usually companies the gap say quite work from home today it's not a big deal this is a company the trust that you will do your job whether or not you were under the supervision so to speak and I think the answer to this question should always be yes but a lot of times it's not lot of times companies treat you like you're sort of and the adult child that light will not produce some less being watched in micromanaged so try to get a sense of how the company views its employee is I think 1 of the best ways you can do this is to ask for the employee handbook before you actually take a job done but if they are to have 1 that's a red flag because they're thinking a whole lot about how they treat their employees but if they're not feeling good about giving it to you that's a red flag because they should be really proud of the employee handbook it should have a lot of policies they will also about the delay they put work into that and so that's a really good way to assess other company especially don't feel like you're getting the answers that you mean
2nd superficial perch for 2nd free food and drinks beer and tapping Paul like about this stuff of I actually love all the things on the slide straight I could vectors which really dumb but and I'm also worked the place that had all these things and I remember when I was being offered that job and they told me like if you after work after 6 o'clock at nite we're going to carry for your free dinner doesn't follow so that so thoughtful to weeks the job I've never look 4 6 free dinner and I usually before 9 and it can go on until whatever and free food something they feel like much of a perk anymore I was like free dinner I have no life anymore and sometimes superficial perks like this really mean that a company trying to create an environment where you want to be there all the time or or there all the time and it doesn't always but but I would say the a little bit skeptical about company that's like really pushing this stuff and not pushing a lot of being more substantial parts that actually make a meaningful impact on your life and considering the money mn
before I really thinking about this a sensitive aside so you only have like a lot of student debt or went to a boot camp where that was a really big financial risk for you and you had to both not earn money while paying for an extensive education so if you're prioritizing money if you like whatever going get 3 offers and didn't take the 1 of the most amount of money that's fine I'm not telling you what to do but this is a job about getting up early this is a talk about getting a job you love so I think this is the list
for optimizing for happiness number 1 being treated like a human adult Washington actor even put that on this list but I do because I've had jobs were not a medical what people have as well so that's baseline the next thing is mentorship learning opportunities as a junior they're like this is going to be your best investment in yourself if you working for someone that you feel you can learn from the feel and helps to tackle new problems helps you learn helps you take on new challenges and that's probably the the thing you should optimize for honestly co-mingled next again we talked about this this is about if you are at a company that has been practices you're going to have a practices so I would therefore optimize for that excitement about the work you would think that when he landed number 4 but obviously if you don't have 1 through 3 it doesn't matter how excited you are about the work you're doing because you're going to be miserable and or not learning a lot so it I would definitely for the 1st 3 and then if you really excited about the work we re doing there's well that's also plus money I put kind of the bottom because I think if you can get 1 through 4 a going be sacrificing some happiness for money which honestly if you get 1 through 4 you're going to be such an Aussie those like 1 to 2 to 3 years later you're going to get the money in the next job you're going to be able to get that high salary and so I really when for money but again everyone has their own situations you have to make a personal choice and on becomes a joke but I really do look upon so that on the
I that all the time I have I have you guys leaders talk being like guess where to be a champion I'm going to do this well you know I asked for a letter in ago nearly interviews and didn't really really think about culture and what will make me happy before I figured out in many smaller
Morgan black environment the at Molly no black you from a company that like I know and and also a really nice persons in the scene around please come talk to me I would love to talk to anybody who has any questions about going through this process the that's hard and a review of the really well so that that the thought that I think do the my thanks to the fastball
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Titel How to Get and Love Your First Rails Job
Serientitel RailsConf 2016
Teil 37
Anzahl der Teile 89
Autor Morgan Black, Molly
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DOI 10.5446/31523
Herausgeber Confreaks, LLC
Erscheinungsjahr 2016
Sprache Englisch

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Fachgebiet Informatik
Abstract Halfway through a dev bootcamp? Straight out of college with a CS degree? Hacking away at Hartl after your day job? Now what? With articles about how employable you are and how much money you can make printed daily, it can be hard to stay focused on the most important tangibles – the job search, interview readiness, and your early career goals. In this talk, we’ll cover how to prepare yourself and your projects for the interview process, and how to adequately vet the companies interested in you, allowing you to not only secure a rails job, but one that you love.

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