Join us for a lunch event at the Reactor and learn more about communication skills. Registrations only on Meetup here. What is this session about? Unfortunately, developers have a bad reputation for
Join us for a lunch event at the Reactor and learn more about communication skills.
Registrations only on Meetup here.
What is this session about?
Unfortunately, developers have a bad reputation for having poor communication skills. Being a solid communicator can make working within your team and others more productive. This session will teach how through the activity of debate, developers can make better technical decisions within their teams and accelerate their career growth. You will discuss what makes a ‘good’ debate and apply these principles to technical debates you might be having in your teams today.
Why should you attend?
This session will give you practical ways to become an effective technical communicator that you can start using in your day-to-day work immediately.
Who should attend?
Any developers or aspiring developers that are interested in growing their careers in ways other than learning a new framework or language.
About the speaker
Stephen Llano (B.A., Texas A&M; M.A., Syracuse University; Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh) is an associate professor of rhetoric in the department of communication studies at St. John’s University. He teaches, researches, and writes about debate and rhetoric. He blogs regularly at Steve the Sophist. His published work is available here.
(Monday) 12:00 - 13:00 CEST
Microsoft Reactor, Epicenter Stockholm - House 2, floor 8