The team captured the story of starting Frontend Masters (5 minutes) — enjoy!
Some podcasts appearances I’ve made recently!
This post contains tools and tactics you can use to be more secure living your digital life.
You aren’t secure, but can work towards being less at risk.
I was listening to an episode of the Timothy Ferris podcast with Marc Goodman discussing high-tech crime and it jogged my mind about “threat profiles”. Everyone has threats and should take stock of where you’re likely volnerable, what would be lost and how to recover.
You should just start by knowing that living in a digital world you can’t be 100% secure 100% of the time.
This combines much of the advice I give to friends and colleagues over the years (I advise many startups) all packaged together along with a bit of history of my career at the beginning of the talk.
This talk is chock full of advice to freelancers / consultants and startups.
Quick note: It is my first public talk on business, so it takes a bit for me to get into the talk and find myself in it. Please forgive me for starting slow, but I do find my groove and give tons of advice and tips. I’m excited about this talk. Enjoy! 😀
Turning 30 has been interesting. I’ve been a full-time front-end web developer since ’04-05. That’s 10 years! But now honestly although I still do front-end dev I feel like I’m more of a CEO than anything now — that’s a recent development in the last 6-12 months.