In today’s fast changing tech industry, each of us is searching for effective tools to help us manage, navigate, adapt, and get ahead. From diversifying hiring practices to mentoring early-career developers to working with legacy systems, we’ve all got a lot on our plates these days. How can we adapt to our changing roles while continuing to do well at the job that we’ve always done: writing code?
Coraline Ada Ehmke, renowned social justice advocate and veteran software engineer, and Naomi Freeman, an accomplished and widely recognized entrepreneur and writer, propose a framework for thriving in all of this chaos: practicing empathy. This isn’t empathy like you’ve seen it before. This is empathy for the modern age.
This book will help you learn how to:
The Compassionate Coder not only offers practical advice on the most pressing issues in the tech industry today, it also takes you through a lifelong journey, from individual contributor to community leader. No matter where you are in your career, you’ll find something here for you.
Take a sneak peek at what’s in store with our exclusive preview chapter: “What Your Job Post Is Really Saying”.