If one thing I know is true, it’s that there is no industry like the programming industry.
My name is Bruce Park, and I’m the owner of Binary Web Park.
I originally started this site as my corner of the Internet to document projects I was working on and to write about my experiences as a programmer.
Over the years, it has evolved to be more of a place to share insights and skills to help other programmers improve their abilities and find quality work.
- Maybe you just need to get your foot in the door at a new company
- Maybe you need a raise
- Maybe you want to learn how to do better with freelancing
- Or perhaps you want to improve your skills overall
- Or you’re just tired of working with dicks and need to un-dickify your work life
I’ve worked with bad clients, bad bosses, as well as struggled to deal with office politics while working to do a better job.
I’ve held programming jobs and even lived the life of a freelance programmer.
I’ve made a lot of mistakes along the way.
Sometimes I didn’t do my due diligence in working with clients or before starting a project.
Other times it was because I was a newbie and made newbie mistakes.
This is why you need to arm yourself with top-notch interviewing, management, and coding skills to help you avoid all the above.
Because doing that helps you un-dickify your corner of the universe.
And hopefully, from there, you can start building the career you imagined or at least start your journey to getting there.