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In this talk I explain my methodology for teaching apprentice software developers. I mainly use Perl, and often work with young trainees who start their professional careers with very little to no prior tech knowledge. I talk about the social aspects of being a mentor and show process examples that help with long-term motivation.

In this talk I explain my methodology for teaching apprentice software developers. I mainly use Perl, and often work with young trainees who start their professional careers with very little to no prior tech knowledge. I talk about the social aspects of being a mentor and show process examples that help with long-term motivation.

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  1. 1. Turning humans into developers (with Perl) … and making sure they stay humans, too Julien Fiegehenn (simbabque) London Perl Workshop 2017 25th November 2017
  2. 2. Who of you is a developer?
  3. 3. Who of you has trained as a developer?
  4. 4. Who did that NOT at university?
  5. 5. Apprenticeships in Germany ● Lasts 3 years ● Find a company, go to work ● Go to school ● Often no prior tech knowledge ● Company decides what tech you learn
  6. 6. Developer->new(name => “Julien”); Think back to your very first day on your first job.
  7. 7. Developer->new(name => “Julien”); Think back to your very first day on your first job. Were you looking forward to the second?
  8. 8. Mentoring
  9. 9. Your roles as a mentor ● Teacher ● Manager ● Boss ● Role Model ● Motivator ● Parent ● Friend
  10. 10. How do I do that? ● Be available ● Lead by example ● Help them help themselves ● Know when not to help ● Give responsibility ● Build rapport ● Learn about the person ● Share details of yourself
  11. 11. ● Their work matters ● They matter to you ● Mix training and actual real life work ● They accomplish something Motivation
  12. 12. Training
  13. 13. What defines a developer? Hard skills ● Programming ● Data structures ● Project management ● Version control ● Toolchain (like tests) Soft skills ● Independent thinking ● Curiosity ● Professionalism ● Playing well with others ● How to ask questions ● Business knowledge
  14. 14. How to keep track? ● Kick-off/Get-to-know ● “How do you feel” feedback talks ● Ticket analysis ● Final feedback/evaluation ● Announce meetings early ● Tell what to expect ● Ask for feedback about yourself ● Find solutions ● Don’t blame. Support!
  15. 15. Rule of two There are more people than one master and one apprentice. Make your trainees part of the team! Be part of their group.
  16. 16. ● Version control ● Perl basics ● Frameworks Do not reinvent the wheel on those. Technical skills ● Code Review ● Whiteboard and diagrams ● Pair programming
  17. 17. Code Review my $count = 0; foreach my $talk ( $rs->all ) { $count += 1; } return $count; ● Remember their technical level ● They don't know better yet ● Encourage thinking
  18. 18. Developing a developer Individual project or part of the product? Visualize with a ticket system. JIRA, Trello, Sticky notes on a wall.
  19. 19. Developing a developer Use user stories that they can relate to. Try to build up complexity gradually. Build an MVP. Make sure they understand the WHY.
  20. 20. You promised Perl! ● Participate in IRC ● Read the CPAN ● Answer on Stack Overflow ● Pull Request Challenge ● Take them to conferences
  21. 21. Thank you! Julien Fiegehenn simbabque@cpan.org @simbabque simbabque Questions?
  22. 22. Resources I like for teaching Perl ● Michael G Schwern: Git for ages 4 and up https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3m7BgIvC-uQ ● Learning Perl, 6th Edition by Tom Phoenix, Randal Schwartz, brian foy ● RJBS: Moose is Perl: a guide to the new revolution https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LKXvG6VKew4 ● Catalyst::Manual::Tutorial https://p3rl.org/Catalyst::Manual::Tutorial ● Dancer2::Tutorial https://p3rl.org/Dancer2::Tutorial

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