The Liberal Arts Techie

How to break into your first startup job

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✏Austin W. Gunter
✏Austin W. GunterMaker@austingunter · Developer Community, Datawire
Thanks for all the votes! Here's a bit more about the book... The Liberal Arts Techie is the book you need in order to break into your first job in a tech startup. The Liberal Arts Techie is packed with lessons learned from interviewing at companies like Google, Uber, Facebook, and more, so that whether you’re looking to get your first job out of school, you want to make a career change, or you already have a decent job but want to get an edge in a competitive job market, reading the book will get you to the next stage of your working life The Liberal Arts Techie is designed to give you everything you need to know to level up your career by getting a challenging and exciting job at a tech startup, regardless of whether you got a fancy computer engineering degree or not.
Josh Spilker
Josh Spilker@joshspilker · Content Strategy
Ordered!
✏Austin W. Gunter
✏Austin W. GunterMaker@austingunter · Developer Community, Datawire
@joshspilker Thanks so much, Josh! Hit me up on Twitter @austingunter (or here) about what was useful and what might have been missing in the book.
Ben Fox
Ben Fox@benjaminefox · Co-Founder, FlowPress
I've had the privilege to know Austin (the author) for four years now. I can tell you first hand that this man knows what he's talking about. I can trace a large % of my success to his advice and experience. Absolutely worth a read!
Jason Hitchcock
Jason Hitchcock@jasonhitchcock · Problem Solver @ Bebo
Austin is a very smart man. Buy this book.
Nic Jackson
Nic Jackson@sheriffjackson · Engineering Evangalist
Love this book, anyone searching for work should read this. Practical advice in abundance.
Annette
Annette@annettewon · B2B Digital Strategist
I immediately purchased this eBook on Amazon to read on my Kindle. It's a wonderful crash course into landing your first gig and totally worth the time to read and soak in. The book reminds you that the foundation of every growing relationship is based on appreciation, showcasing your drive, and paying it forward. It's easy to forget the 101's of being a human, so let this book be a reminder that it's still the core of helping you land your first startup job.