Network Built for people who code 💻

Network Built for people who code 💻

Insha Ramin
·Jun 30, 2022·

4 min read

The shift to a future that is dominated by digital technology is currently accelerating. To quickly adapt and create better, faster, more efficient, and more innovative products and services in the event of a pandemic in 2020, digital transformation became a must for every business, idea, and corporation.

The resulting outcome is that the demand for people that can code is now at its highest ever. At the same time, the number of people transitioning into the tech industry has also been rapidly increasing.

Nevertheless, the way developers are portrayed, as well as how we engage and discover new prospects, is utterly fragmented. Nothing is designed with our unique workflows and demands in mind; instead, it has a low NPS and inconsistent design.

How will Showwcase help tech workers transition into this era?

As this future takes shape, our goal is to build a completely new way to represent who we are, build connections with our communities, and gain access to these future-of-work opportunities.

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The ability to interact, develop, encourage one another, and advance one's career is greatly enhanced by being a part of a community.

Getting engaged with the community can actually help you develop skills in the areas you're interested in, even if the majority of tech workers are passionate about their careers and the technology they use.

No matter how niche your interests are, you'll likely discover a community group at Showwcase to share knowledge, experiences, and interests with.

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My life has transformed because of content creation. Content is all about creating value for your audience and building meaningful relationships. The more that you educate and provide value for your target audience, the more trust you can build over time.

At the end of the day, your audience isn’t hanging around unless they’re getting something from you.]

You can share your knowledge and experiences with other developers through Showwcases' Shows, which are blog articles.

When you sit down to write a blog post, an email series, or create the outline for a video/podcast, you have to put yourself in the shoes of an expert who knows what they’re talking about.

Shows can also be, in addition to written content:

  • Products - AMAs - Repos - Podcasts - Videos

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What are Circles on Showwcase?

Who we've worked with as developers leave a thumbprint of reference for what we've done and serve as a jumping-off point for what we intend to achieve next. All of those persons can now be added to your Circle.

Your network is your Circle. They are people you have worked and partnered with, people you can vouch for.

You can find members of your Circle, your Circle's Circle, and other people who are willing to work together on new projects, ideas, and gigs on the Circles website. In order to make finding people easier, people are categorised by either their Tech Stack or their Profile Tags.

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Find your next developer job on Showwcase!

If you're looking for your next role, make sure you've got your Showwcase profile filled up!

Once you're on the Jobs page, all jobs are ordered based on your profile and how well they match your preferences. Just keep in mind that changing your choices NEVER HIDE JOBS. It merely arranges things more wisely. You can always utilise the filters to eliminate jobs that are not of interest to you.

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Resume 2.0

A good resume can get you an edge over your competitors.

Your most appealing abilities and experiences are highlighted in a well-structured Resume for potential employers. This enables them to advance to the most qualified applicant. For this reason, it's crucial to make sure your most recent experiences and talents are represented in your resume.

More significantly, a Resume should explain to employers what you add to the company, not just your abilities and expertise.

At Showwcase, we offer Resume2.0, which includes everything you need to highlight in your resume in order to land the job of your dreams.

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As software becomes a pillar of every industry, it is nearly inescapable that coders will be essential to every business. Large areas have already begun to exhibit this trend. Developers are advancing up the organisational stack, into positions in product development, design, customer service, dependability, hiring, and executive management.

You are entirely free to choose how you wish to participate with the network at Showwcase. You control who is a part of your network. You choose the information you wish to view. You control the communications that are sent to you.

We're constantly bringing up features that developers are in need of. Your support is all that we seek.

👉🏻Sign up now👈🏻

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