Turing Community Announces CEO Chat with Turing Developers
The pandemic accelerated the need for companies to innovate and embark on the remote work revolution. And while studies now show remote work enhances productivity and increases work-life balance, many developers are still striving to find fulfilling, successful work-from-home opportunities.
To help address this need, Turing Community is organizing ‘CEO Chat with Turing Developers’ on July 21, 8:00 AM PDT. In this panel discussion, Turing CEO and Co-Founder Jonathan Siddharth talks to Turing-matched developers and uncovers what made their remote developer journeys successful.
What’s this panel discussion really about?
Getting a good remote developer job involves finding the right opportunity at the right time and knowing how to ace the process — resume, application, stack tests, and interviews. Being successful as a remote developer requires tech skills and habits geared towards productivity and efficiency.
In this panel discussion, three Turing-matched developers share how they found and maintained great careers using their Silicon Valley-caliber skills. Plus, Jonathan Siddharth reveals some tips on becoming a remote developer with Turing.
What’s in it for you?
Whether you’re a remote developer looking for a switch or transition to remote working, this panel discussion will guide the way. You can find answers to pressing questions such as:
- How and where to find a remote developer job?
- Is there a one-time vetting process that can help you avoid repeated test-taking?
- Do remote jobs have a secure future, or are they really just a phase?
- What does it take to become a matched developer?
- What are the benefits of being a matched developer?
- What are the best practices for a successful remote developer career?
- What is Turing’s vetting and matching process?
- What role will Turing play in your developer journey?
Who will be there at the panel discussion?
Turing CEO & Co-Founder Jonathan Siddharth will host successful Turing-matched developers at this event.
The matched developers at the event include:
Jeremy Adrian Muñoz Torres. Jeremy is a Turing developer from the Dominican Republic. He’s a self-taught software engineer working as a full-time remote developer with Rivian, a U.S. company that makes electric vehicles.
In Jeremy’s words, “I’ve benefited greatly from Turing. I now work with an amazing company that makes electric vehicles and allows me to meet some incredible people from all over the world. Working with Turing feels like doing something different every day.”
David Odohi. David is a Turing developer from Kenya. He’s an enthusiastic software developer with more than five years of experience and is now working with Upward Finance.
David says, “I’m working with various technologies and building applications for businesses. Turing has been a great support in my career journey, and I’m looking forward to seeing how far we, as the Turing family, can go!”
Hernan Mogollón. Hernan is a Turing developer from Colombia. With more than 11 years of experience in software development, he now works as the Software Team Lead at Rivian.
Hernan says, “If I were a soccer player, Turing would be my agent! Working with Turing is undoubtedly one of the best. Turing not only finds jobs for me but also helps me take care of my family.”
Who should attend this panel discussion?
Remote developers looking to work remotely are welcome to attend this panel discussion.
How can you attend the panel discussion?
The event starts on the following date and time:
Thursday, July 21
08:00 AM (PDT)
Signing up for the panel is easy:
- Go to https://community.turing.com/events/details/turing-turing-global-community-presents-panel-discussion-ceo-chat-with-turing-developers-1/
- Click the “Login to RSVP” button
- If you have already registered with Turing Community, log in with your registered email address and password.
- If you are new to Turing Community, click the “Create an account” button and register. Then, RSVP using the link above.
- That’s it!
The event is free and open to all developers.
To sum up
The Turing Community offers software developers and engineers the opportunity to learn new skills and grow in their careers.
The upcoming panel discussion, CEO Chat with Turing Developers, will guide you to make the right moves in securing the best remote jobs and the best practices to build a successful remote developer career. So if you’re a software developer looking to supercharge your career, register for the event today!
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