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Section I: Getting Tactical About Your Job Search

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Section II: Standing Out From the Crowd

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About the Authors

Jennifer Bailey is a former software engineer who is now a full-time professor for Aims Community College in Colorado where she teaches mobile app development for Android and iOS. She also teaches courses in Python, Java, C++, and .NET platform utilizing C#. She is the lead organizer of Google Developer Group of Northern Colorado. She enjoys various Android meetups and conferences around the United States. In her spare time, Jenn enjoys rollerblading, horseback riding and spending time with her teenage daughter, dogs and cats.

Tim Condon is a software developer from Manchester, UK. He runs Broken Hands, a Server-Side Swift consultancy working with clients all over the world. He’s also one half of the Vapor Core Team and spends much of his time working on open source and advocating for Swift on the server.

About the Editors

Sandra Grauschopf is the developmental editor of this book. She is also a writer and content strategist as well as the Operational Project Manager for Written Content at Kodeco. She loves to untangle tortured sentences and to travel the world with a trusty book in her hand.

Emily Wydeven is the editor of this book. She’s an avid scavenger of typos and grammatical errors and has worked extensively in the tech industry. Emily is a nerd for technology, cats, medical history, and comic books (among many other things). While her favorite comic book characters are Deadpool and Squirrel Girl, the character with whom Emily most closely identifies is Nancy Whitehead.

Susannah Skyer Gupta is the final pass editor for this book. She’s an experienced communicator, a veteran of Silicon Valley and a lover of pretty much all things Apple. As someone improving her coding skills later in life, she strongly believes in learning at all ages and making room for everyone in software development. Find Susannah on social media @SuzGupta and listen to her on the Kodeco Season 1 podcast.

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