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Mike Oram

Lead trainer at Mayden Academy in Bath. Passionate about all things web, especially front-end. Striving for constant self improvement and helping those around me do the same.

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re: The No Jargon Guide - Bootcamp Edition - Entry Challenges
Can I ask how you found the bootcamps listed? Did you look at...
re: Would you hire me with these skills? An honest assessment of my skills as a web developer.
The right company with a big enough team and budget to supp...
re: Is a Four Year Degree The Way?
My views may be a little bias but I totally agree. The cost...
re: Do students get to work with existing codebases?
I run Mayden Academy, a code school in Bath in the UK. Our ...
re: Explain Encapsulation and Polymorphism Like I'm Five
I did a 90 second video on polymorphism which explains s it...
re: Stop expecting tools, start expecting understanding
Interesting, do they not near you? Or are you making the po...
re: It’s okay to ask questions
Completely agree, just more common to meet newer developers...
re: [Off Topic] Should a developer marry another developer? What are the chances?
Myself and my partner are both Devs. Iv been doing it quite...
re: How To Work With Developers - A Guide for Non-Developers
Great article with lots of good advice. I also think this i...
re: Should we do away with junior/middleweight/senior?
This is particularly relevant for companies who hire full-s...
re: Do You Need a Computer Science Degree to Be a Developer?
Great article, it's encouraging to see other people writing...
re: Do You Need a Computer Science Degree to Be a Developer?
Time advantage? CS takes 3-4 years, it's possible to learn ...
re: Is PHP relevant?
Fab, thank you. Your welcome, thanks for reading it!
re: Is PHP relevant?
Hey, no problem at all. Happy for my content to be shared aro...
re: How to stay up to date as a developer
Your welcome! :) glad to help!
re: Good Code Reviews
We struggle with the same thoughts. If budget and time were...
re: Good Code Reviews
Thanks for the positive feedback john. Implementing a stric...
re: Good Code Reviews
Thanks Pavlo, I have not heard of Gerrit before. Will check...
re: Good Code Reviews
Thanks daniel, this sounds really great, will definitely ch...
re: Good Code Reviews
I certainly would not discourage highlighting good solution...
re: Good Code Reviews
Hi Collin, tthis all depends on your development process. W...
re: Getting Started with Service Workers
This is brilliant! I have read 15+ articles about PWAs and ...
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