Beyond Code: Learn to Distinguish Yourself in 9 Simple Steps
by Rajesh Setty
Publisher: Select Books 2005
Number of pages: 145
The book explains how technology professionals can supercharge their careers. Complete with exercises, examples, and insights, Beyond Code provides a recipe for technology professionals to raise above the commodity crowd and become remarkable. This book is crucial for IT professionals who want to succeed through distinction. The author's insights are clear, instructive, and vital for long term career success in IT.
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