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Being a part of a strong community and building your network is an understated, long-term investment in one's career. I cannot count the ways I've turned to my community for a sounding board for big decisions, a support system during challenging times, and a crew for encouragement, connection, and joy through all the moments in between.
It just reminded us of why we got into tech in the first place. That’s why it was so impactful. It changed the path that I was currently thinking of.
There isn’t a great place in the industry to continue to learn and build these skill sets. If you’re lucky, you have a mentor or someone like your manager or someone in your company can help give advice based on their experience. But not everyone has time. Having a consistent community would be helpful to keep me on track for what my goals are.