04 Nov


The Imposters Handbook

Essential Skills and Concepts For The Self-taught Programmer



(The venue is Founders House, not NOHO. The address is Njalsgade 19D, 1st Floor, 2300 Copenhagen.)

Rob Conery, author of The Imposters Handbook, set out to fill the gaps between being an experienced programmer, but not having a computer science degree.

In this talk, Rob will take us through the journey of learning a range of new concepts like Lambda Calculus, Complexity theory and Big-O notation while writing this book. And don't let these concepts scare you! It won't be boring. If you don't have a traditional computer science degree there is probably a bunch of concepts that you are not familiar with, but would find interesting and enlightening.

About the Speaker

Rob Conery helps developers of all sorts learn what’s new with technology. He's been working in the technology field full time since 1998 as a DBA and then a web developer. His original focus was the Microsoft ASP.NETstack, building tools like Subsonic and the first Micro-ORM: Massive. In addition, he co-founded (acquired by Pluralsight) with James Avery and co-host This Developer’s Life with his friend, Scott Hanselman. He is currently diving headlong into Elixir, trying to support the community as best he can.



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