Life as a “junior” developer can be intense, overwhelming, but rewarding. Hundreds of tools available, jargon for days and endless questions. Let’s explore, through the eyes and thoughts of a recent junior dev, how employers, mentors and communities, can better support the juniors they work with. Including what junior devs can be doing now to move on to the next level.
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Tara Ojo is a software engineer at FutureLearn, a social learning company, enabling online learning through conversation. Prior to this, Tara spent 2 years at Marks and Spencer including 12 months on their software engineering graduate scheme. Since then Tara has become a STEM ambassador and is passionate about encouraging and inspiring young people from diverse backgrounds to consider a career in tech.