As a self-taught engineer myself, I still remember all the struggles I faced while developing my engineering skills. Throughout this journey, having a mentor was my secret to set new goals with confidence and learning effectively new concepts.
In 2019 I started giving back to the community as a mentor. My mentoring style is very candid, which means you'll receive constant feedback on what's going well and where you can improve. During our chats, I will always provide action points and resources for you to work on during the following week.
As a mentor, I've helped people in different stages of their careers:
- People who want to get their first job as an Engineer.
- People who want to solidify their technical skills.
- People who want to start leading teams.
Regardless of your stage, I can help you with:
- Frontend foundations (HTML, CSS, JS)
- React ecosystem - state management, scalability, and testing.
- Building with accessibility in mind - (Bonus: https://www.sandrina-p.net/workshop-a11y/)
- Git workflow
- Documentation skills
- Confidence in your communication skills
- Prepare for job interviews
- Productivity and career advice
- Defining a growth plan and set goals
- Anything related to being a Frontend Engineer.
Last but not least, a little bit about myself:
I'm a senior frontend engineer focused in the React ecosystem, mainly around design systems, accessibility, and system architecture.
I've worked in multiple companies with complex codebases. One of my superpowers is to fill the gap between product, design, and engineering teams. Ultimately my goal is to help turning ideas into accessible experiences.
Besides the full-time job, I also give back to the community with articles, workshops, and (guess what...) being a mentor myself!
Shall we start? 🚀
Self-teaching, experience from a coding bootcamp and an internship was not enough to give Clara the confidence to go after a full-time developer position. I…Read post
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