{ Episode 30 }

Jay Miller is the founder of the Productivity in Tech community.  By day he is a system admin, and by night he uses his Python skills to build and refine his site.

He claims that he is not a “real developer“.  Lies, fallacies, and fairy tales! I’d say anyone who can code, deploy, and maintain their own site a real developer.

He’s also an active member of the SheNomads community, so be sure to say hello on Slack!

Tip of the day from Jay

“You can be as great as you choose to be. It’s not a cliche, it’s a choice. There is something in every one of us that we are destined for. It is our personal greatness. We have to figure out what it is and how to get there but the majority of the skills required we already have. They just need to be refined a bit.” – Jay Miller

What we talked about:

  • What is the Productivity in Tech Community?
  • How did you teach yourself Python?
  • How do you use bullet journaling to stay productive?
  • How does getting creative with journaling help you to better retain technical information?
  • What is system admin?
  • How to stay productive while communicating in online communities?
  • How do you stay organized when overhauling the backend on a system?
  • How do you organize notes inside of GitHub?
  • Why does Jay keep pretending that he’s not a professional developer

Where you can find him:
Twitter @jaymiller
Blog http://productivityintech.com/
Podcast on iTunes
Facebook group 

{ Episode Details }

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GYVUS – Weekend
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