Painless technical training
for less-technical people
If you’re an individual contributor, use training to boost performance in your current role, prepare for a new role or responsibility, or move your career in a whole new direction.
If you’re a hiring manager, consider outsourcing new hire onboarding tasks, reducing the burden on the rest of your team.
If you’re a student in a code camp or programming class, personalized one-on-one support can help you get the most out of your program, whether it’s a single session or on-going coaching.
Here are some examples of the types of training that can be useful for different roles. There are many other possibilities, and I’m happy to craft a training plan that works for your specific needs.
|ROLE||SAMPLE TRAINING TOPICS|
|Writer||Prepare for a transition from non-technical writing to technical writing by learning Linux/macOS terminal commands, DITA, Oxygen, and Git.|
|Manual Tester||Move into a higher-paying test automation role by learning the basics of Java, object-oriented programming concepts, and Selenium.|
|UI/UX Designer||Onboard into a new job at a software company with training in Git, Jira, and the Agile/Scrum process.|
|Dev Tech Lead||Increase your visibility within your engineering department by learning presentation skills.|
|Product Owner||Reduce miscommunication and expensive rework by learning cutting-edge requirements gathering techniques with Cucumber, Gherkin, and Example Mapping.|
|Documentation||Prepare for your company’s new APIs by learning about REST,
|Software Sales Manager||Reduce attrition and increase the effectiveness of your team by training them in presentation skills and the company’s REST APIs.|
|Code Camp Student||Fill gaps in the instructional material with a patient teacher who goes at your pace, on almost any technical topic.|