Session: Developing Your Personal Stack
A tech stack can be described as a list of all the technology services used to build and run one single software application. While some might envision a pile of fluffy pancakes stacked high, a technology stack is simply a collection of different technologies that work together for some purpose, usually as a foundation for systems such as websites, mobile apps, and standalone desktop software. Just as a developer would want to be very intentional with their tech stack selection, so should you be in developing your own personal stack. Learn what foundational habits and activities you should utilize in order to develop your personal system requirements. Work more efficiently, optimize activities, and accomplish more by being deliberate in developing your personal stack.
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Bio: Heather Nemelka
Heather Nemelka is a Senior Field Marketing Manager at Amazon Web Services promoting cloud training and certification in North and South America. She has worked with companies all over the world improving processes and outcomes by connecting them to their assets and using them to drive informed decisions. While she spends most of her time in front of a computer screen, she is happiest speaking and evangelizing the importance of personal development in tech and raising the bar wherever you are.