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Azat Mardan

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Node University: Taking the non-academic route when learning to code - Azat Mardan

Venturi's Voice: Technology | Leadership | Staffing | Career | Innovation

Azat Mardan is Head of front-end development at Indeed.com and Co-Founder at Node University. Azat knows coding has the power to change lives. That’s why he founded Node University. As an advocate of teaching coding skills, Azat is an expert in instructing through a variety of mediums. Teaching people online, in person, and via books has made him a skilled communicator. He infuses his infectious enthusiasm for programming into everything he teaches. Azat Mardan has taught over 1,000 software engineers in-person and even more online through ebooks and video. He has published 14 books and dozens of online courses and has more than 15 years of experience in web, mobile and software development. Azat has a Bachelor’s Degree in Informatics and a Master of Science in Information Systems Technology degree. Show Notes: 0.59 Azat’s work at Node university. 6.05 The diminishing return of education. 8.20 Corporations, education and hack reactor. 13.56 The institutionalised dream of a one company man. 14.33 creating transparency in business. 15.29 Using software to oust bureaucracy. 18.14 Educating people using video, text and in person. 22.12 Adapting attitudes and behaviors to learning. 25.05 The rise of remote working and its effect on legacy companies. 26.14 Growth hacking? 29.57 Writing and creating content. 32.44 Creating content as a way to keep on learning. 35.17 Staying ahead of your peers. 37.54 Seeking feedback for your work.

39mins

2 Jul 2018

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MJS 050: Azat Mardan

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Panel: Charles Max Wood Guest: Azat Mardan This week on My JavaScript Story, Charles speaks with Azat Mardan. Azat is the author of 14 books on Node JS, JavaScript, and React JS. He also founded Node University, speaks at conferences, and works at Capitol One. Azat first got into programming when he was in college and his major was Informatics in eastern Europe and then when he graduated, he taught himself JavaScript and PHP and did some freelance work. Once he came to the United States, he got his master’s degree in Information Systems Technology and was building websites for country embassies. His main advice to people new to programming and IT is to just focus on one thing and give yourself enough time to get comfortable with that technology, and then move on to a new technology to conquer. In particular, we dive pretty deep on: How did you get into programming? Major in informatics PHP, JavaScript, CSS, and HTML Freelancing Masters in Information Systems Technology C++ class FDIC Advice to new programmers The importance of focus His startup experience Ruby on Rails Mac vs Windows Taught himself different frameworks and languages Location matters MongoDB The best way to learn is to teach others What was it about JavaScript that really clicked for you? JavaScript has expressiveness The Talent Code What led you to React? Which contributions are you most proud of? And much, much more! Links:  Node University The Talent Code Azat’s Blog: WebAppLog.com Picks Charles Gardenscapes Starcraft II The Osiris Method Azat Echo JS

35mins

28 Feb 2018

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MJS 050: Azat Mardan

My JavaScript Story

Panel: Charles Max WoodGuest: Azat MardanThis week on My JavaScript Story, Charles speaks with Azat Mardan. Azat is the author of 14 books on Node JS, JavaScript, and React JS. He also founded Node University, speaks at conferences, and works at Capitol One. Azat first got into programming when he was in college and his major was Informatics in eastern Europe and then when he graduated, he taught himself JavaScript and PHP and did some freelance work. Once he came to the United States, he got his master’s degree in Information Systems Technology and was building websites for country embassies. His main advice to people new to programming and IT is to just focus on one thing and give yourself enough time to get comfortable with that technology, and then move on to a new technology to conquer.In particular, we dive pretty deep on: How did you get into programming? Major in informatics PHP, JavaScript, CSS, and HTML Freelancing Masters in Information Systems Technology C++ class FDIC Advice to new programmers The importance of focus His startup experience Ruby on Rails Mac vs Windows Taught himself different frameworks and languages Location matters MongoDB The best way to learn is to teach others What was it about JavaScript that really clicked for you? JavaScript has expressiveness The Talent Code What led you to React? Which contributions are you most proud of? And much, much more! Links:  Node University The Talent Code Azat’s Blog: WebAppLog.com PicksCharles Gardenscapes Starcraft II The Osiris Method Azat Echo JS

35mins

28 Feb 2018

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MJS 050: Azat Mardan

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Panel: Charles Max Wood Guest: Azat Mardan This week on My JavaScript Story, Charles speaks with Azat Mardan. Azat is the author of 14 books on Node JS, JavaScript, and React JS. He also founded Node University, speaks at conferences, and works at Capitol One. Azat first got into programming when he was in college and his major was Informatics in eastern Europe and then when he graduated, he taught himself JavaScript and PHP and did some freelance work. Once he came to the United States, he got his master’s degree in Information Systems Technology and was building websites for country embassies. His main advice to people new to programming and IT is to just focus on one thing and give yourself enough time to get comfortable with that technology, and then move on to a new technology to conquer. In particular, we dive pretty deep on: How did you get into programming? Major in informatics PHP, JavaScript, CSS, and HTML Freelancing Masters in Information Systems Technology C++ class FDIC Advice to new programmers The importance of focus His startup experience Ruby on Rails Mac vs Windows Taught himself different frameworks and languages Location matters MongoDB The best way to learn is to teach others What was it about JavaScript that really clicked for you? JavaScript has expressiveness The Talent Code What led you to React? Which contributions are you most proud of? And much, much more! Links:  Node University The Talent Code Azat’s Blog: WebAppLog.com Picks Charles Gardenscapes Starcraft II The Osiris Method Azat Echo JS

35mins

28 Feb 2018

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33 Full Stack React Native Development Using Node.js with Azat Mardan

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Azat Mardan talks with us about building full stack React Native apps using nodejs and different node web frameworks such as express and hapi.

58mins

18 Jul 2016

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33 Full Stack React Native Development Using Node.js with Azat Mardan

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Azat Mardan talks with us about building full stack React Native apps using nodejs and different node web frameworks such as express and hapi.

58mins

18 Jul 2016