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What are the most crucial skills that software developers and engineers need to have? Most people, when asked this question would say that mathematical proficiency and technological expertize are most important.
For many years now training and education have focused on building STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) capabilities in an attempt to keep both workers and corporate companies competitive. But, the realities of business are changing. The need to deliver solutions more quickly has become critically important and this requires a new set of skills.
Being “T” shaped means you have the deep technical expertize needed to provide value for your organization (bottom of the “T”) but you also have the broader skills (top of the "T") you need to function within complex organizational structures. These skills might include conflict management, negotiation, communication and presentation to name a few.
During this practical, hour-long session, you'll learn about:
If you're unable to attend this session, you can still register and we'll send you the recording after the webinar.