Entry Level Ruby Developer Guide 2016 - How to start a Rails career from Zero
Louis Goff-Beardsley

This looks like decent advice for learning technical skills, but conspicuously absent is any mention of the importance of the so-called “soft skills.” For the first few years, learning to code without making a complete mess takes up the majority of one’s time and attention, but in the long run, developers who can communicate their ideas and listen effectively to others’ ideas will outperform those who don’t.

A class or two on rhetoric and public speaking will go a long way toward improving one’s career prospects.

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