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I’m writing a book that helps new software developers find their feet faster. In the past ten years I’ve written code for the frontend, the backend, the web, desktops, and drones. In that time, I’ve worked with Fortune 500 companies and at a startup with two other co-workers. And now, I’m trying to cram the most interesting and informative learnings of this last decade into a single book. Chapter topics range from “what to do about feeling guilty for not finishing a project in time” to “how to know when to leave a company.” Shoving ten years of information in one book is a mega task. I suspect I could use some help to tease out the most interesting, informative, useful bits.

So, I’m asking for your help to beta test the book. In return, you’ll get a free sneak peek into what I’m writing. So what are you signing up for? On a weekly basis, I will send you a free chapter of my book for you to read and in return I will be asking for your invaluable feedback.

I may continue reaching out occasionally even after the book has been published to let you know about new projects or updates on things I’m working on. Is what I’m talking about a newsletter? For lack of better word, yes. It will be a wholly irregular update of exciting new developments you may be interested in.

If you hate anything I’m sending, I’d encourage you to opt out at any time – and I’ll make it easy for you to do that with a handy little “unsubscribe” link at the bottom of every email. I’m not interested in wasting your time. The reason I’m writing the book is so you can make the most of it.

I don’t share data with 3rd parties because I’m not evil. Check out my newsletter privacy policy.