CoderList Talks are discussions held with the many parties involved in turning self-taught coders into junior developers. We aim to get all sides of the discussion to better inform HR Managers, CTOs and those involved in hiring juniors, what they can do to better attract, retain and develop junior developer talent.
Alastair Cashen from WM Reply spoke to us about what juniors can do to make themselves as successful as possible in the early stages of their roles, the ideal size of a development team before taking on a junior and what support they offer juniors coming into the business.
Ejaz Rashid, CEO and Founder at GivingForce spoke to us on the importance of specific skills in a juniors background, providing action plans, and setting up best practices processes for juniors to learn from.
Amelié Chan spoke to us about what she experienced in her first role in development, what could have been improved, and what those responsible for recruiting can do to attract more junior developer talent.
CoderList is a community of over 1500 up-and-coming developers looking for their first job.