Sameera Kapila is on to continue our How to Think Like a Front-End Developer series answering questions of what a job posting would look like, what the hardest part is of front-end development, what her ideal project would look like, and more!
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- 2:00 Are you a front-end developer?
- 5:30 What would a job posting look like?
- 14:00 What's the hardest part of front-end development?
- 20:10 Sponsored by Sentry
- 22:50 What's your ideal project?
- 29:45 Is design thinking good for everyone?
- 35:00 What's a war you're willing to fight?
- 39:35 Sponsored by WordPress.com
- 41:25 How could a job applicant impress you?
- 44:30 Dribbble #1 Food for lovers
- 46:10 Dribbble #2 Socialio
- 48:25 Dribbble #3 Sibling
- 50:45 Dribbble #4 Finance app
- 52:02 Dribbble #5 Festival homepage
- 54:00 How can people follow you?
Check out all jobs over on the Job Board. If you'd like to post a job, you can do that here, and have it mentioned on ShopTalk for a small additional charge.