FREE eBOOK: A Junior Developer’s Guide to Survive & Thrive

A Junior Developer’s Guide to Survive & Thrive
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I have recently published a book titled ‘A Junior Developer’s Guide to Survive & Thrive’. I am here to share a free copy of the eBook with you.

‘A Junior Developer’s Guide to Survive & Thrive’ is a comprehensive book on how to excel in software engineering as an aspiring software engineer or a junior developer.

If you or anyone you know are looking for ways to improve your skills as a junior developer and succeed in your software career, this book is perfect for you.

Inside, you will find topics related to:

  • How to get the most out of your career as a junior developer
  • Learn from the mistakes and successes of others
  • Gain insights into what it’s like to work in different areas of software engineering
  • Make the most of your career opportunities

Please click here to download the free kindle version from Amazon. The book is available globally.

You can download the book from your country-specific Amazon site. Log in to your Amazon site and try to search the book title ‘A Junior Developer’s Guide to Survive & Thrive’.

You can share the details with your friends and family. They can download it for free too. The free download is available only till 11:59 PM Pacific Time on 22.April.2022.

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Blogger, Techie, Leader with 16 years of industry experience. Inspiring people through Technology, Personal Development, & Leadership — lokajittikayatray.com

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Blogger, Techie, Leader with 16 years of industry experience. Inspiring people through Technology, Personal Development, & Leadership — lokajittikayatray.com

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