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Meet Our Expert: Sasha Vodnik, Front-End Web Development Instructor, GA San Francisco

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How would you describe your teaching philosophy?


GA instructor Sasha Vodnik says, "Every student brings a lot of knowledge and skills to the classroom already. One of my goals is to help you recognize what you already know and connect it to what we’re trying to do. I think one of the most important skills I teach is how to troubleshoot and how to find answers to your questions so you can continue to learn and grow as a developer long after your time in my classroom."

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How to Ace Your Coding Resume


 

An impactful resume is the first step to landing your dream coding job, and it may be the only chance you get to grab a recruiter or hiring manager’s attention. Make the most of it. Make your coding resume rise above the competition with practical tips from Nicole Umphress, a career coach at General Assembly Austin.

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How to Fail as a Web Developer


As a web developer, you’re going to fail — often, and sometimes in huge ways — whether you’re a newbie or a veteran. But messing up doesn’t have to be stressful. In fact, when it does happen, staying calm is key because panic can cloud your judgement and force you to make rash decisions. GA instructor Matt Huntington walks through how to shift from panic to zen the next time something goes wrong.

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Mindfulness for Web Developers


All developers face a lot of pressure. There are constant demands from clients, teammates, and managers, plus the expectation to be reachable 24/7, which digs into time for the work itself. This can lead to stress, unhealthy habits, and emotional burnout, which all keep you from reaching your potential on the job. GA Senior Director of Product Operations Karey Kyle shares mindfulness strategies to make work less stressful.