Pedro Henrique Lobato Sena talks about his experience co-authoring “Leadership Paradigms for Remote Agile Development: How to lead your Team Remotely” with Benjamin Jakobus and Claudio Souza. Pedro shares some very candid insights about his motivation and writing process—including how he managed to balance writing this book along with his day job and the duties of family and fatherhood.
Benjamin Jakobus talks about his experience co-authoring “Leadership Paradigms for Remote Agile Development: How to lead your Team Remotely” with Pedro Henrique Lobato Sena and Claudio Souza. Benjamin shared some terrific insights about his motivation and writing process, along with tips for overcoming writer’s block. He also has quite a collection of favorite authors.
Miguel Figueiredo is the author of SAP HANA Cloud in a Nutshell: Design, Develop, and Deploy Data Models using SAP HANA Cloud. Miguel talks with Apress about what shaped his author journey and what his goals are for the readers of his book. Mostly, he’s passionate about making a contribution to his professional community.
Phil Japikse is the author of Pro C# 10 with .NET 6: Foundational Principles and Practices in Programming. Phil talks about his journey to becoming the co-author on this comprehensive foundational guide and his passion for sharing his .NET programming knowledge and experience with others. He also answers why he thinks this book—now in its eleventh edition!—has remained relevant for so long, as well as offering some valuable career advice for aspiring .NET developers.
David Rendon the author of Building Applications with Azure Resource Manager (ARM): Leverage IaC to Vastly Improve the Life Cycle of Your Applications and an eight-time awarded Microsoft MVP currently working as a Solutions Architect at Kemp Technologies. David talks about his career in the Microsoft ecosystem, his motivation for writing this book & how he chose this particular topic, along with the challenges and successes that he encountered during the writing process.
Corey Marie Green is the author of The Podcaster's Audio Handbook: A Technical Guide for Creative People. Her aim in writing the book was to bring audio engineering information to a wide audience so that readers can express themselves through the medium of podcasting. Corey Marie Green is the author of The Podcaster's Audio Handbook: A Technical Guide for Creative People. Her aim in writing the book was to bring audio engineering information to a wide audience so that readers can express themselves through the medium of podcasting.
Apress authors Ben Herzberg and Yoav Cohen talk about their experience writing this book together and what challenges they faced—and how they overcame them—when combined with work/life responsibilities.
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