You may have heard people talk about the importance of mentorship in software development and engineering. You might be wondering… that’s great. I know it would take my career into high gear if I had a mentor but how do I find a mentor that will care about what I need and that will be willing and happy to help me.
It’s hard to reach out and ask for help especially from people that seem faraway and distant – unreachable. Is it a good idea to approach strangers for assistance and impromptu mentorship? What’s the best way to organize a group of learners and find a mentor for the group?
Listen to Episode 21 of the Mentoring Developers podcast to see what our panelists have to say about all the above questions and more. You might find nuggets of wisdom and advice to carry you forward in your career.
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