Episode 78 – Panel Discussion – Which languages and frameworks should you choose in 2021 as a new developer

2021 beckons. What is a new or aspiring software developer to do! It’s a tough world out there but there is hope. What are the technologies, languages, frameworks, and activities you can do as a new developer to succeed in this crazy new world. Join us for a lively discussion.

Have you been wondering what technologies you should invest your time in as we approach 2021 in the middle of a global deadly pandemic? Listen to this panel discussion to get our thoughts on that and share your thoughts with us in comments and email!

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Warner’s Bio

Warner Moore is a strategic executive leader and manager with a
background in technology and information security. He has focused his
career in working with entrepreneurial growth organizations where
technology is their business and product. Within these organizations,
Warner has an accomplished record of building successful cybersecurity
programs and high performing teams who embrace DevOps culture and

As an international speaker, Warner has been invited to present to
university students, technology professionals, and business leaders in a
classroom setting as well as at conferences such as Startup Week,
CloudDevelop, Path to Agility,  InfoSec Summit, CodeMash, Security
BSides, DevOpsDays, and Abstractions.

Warner is passionate about culture, innovation, and community. His
commitment to these values is demonstrated through his work leading
organizations such as Ohio LinuxFest, LOPSA, and Toastmasters. The
culmination of this work is the founding of Tech Community Coalition in
2016, a non-profit organization whose mission is to enable the greater
tech community.

After building security and privacy capabilities for numerous
organizations across industries at companies such as CoverMyMeds and
Bold Penguin, Warner founded the cybersecurity strategy firm Gamma
Force. Through Gamma Force, Warner serves as a virtual CISO for clients
that include Deep Lens and Smart Columbus, and advises startups to scale
them through concept and growth phases.

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