Success in Programming: How to Gain Recognition, Power, and Influence through Personal Branding

J: Just citing the book - M: My conversion from theory to practice (4) - CR: Created - LU: Last Updated. (YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS GMT).

J:

"Sr. technical evangelist at Mozilla, web lover, T-shirt geek, music aficionado, public speaker, social beast, blogger, doing epic shit!" (Chapter 3).

M:

I included "Web lover" and "Sharing my journey with books" in the summary of my résumé. CR: 2018-09-12 16:27:27 LU: 2018-10-17 23:06:49

J:

"Start a blog" (Chapter 5).

M:

I started http://www.jaimemontoya.com/books/, my blog about how I practice what I read.

J:

"Remember Your name is your brand" (Chapter 5).

M:

I use my name as the domain name of my website and the logo is my name too.

J:

"Summary: Think about your elevator pitch. This is a good place to add some catchy sentences about who you are, what you do/did, and what you are looking for." (Chapter 7).

M:

I added this section to my résumé as my elevator pitch. LU: 2018-10-17 23:09:23

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