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Doing Terrifying Things - Nati Cohen, Similarweb - DevOpsDays Tel Aviv 2016

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During the last few years, I’ve been constantly challenging myself to do things which terrified me. Not big things like jumping off planes, or hunting lions in the savanna, but small ones: like asking for help, and speaking publicly. In this talk, I’ll share the experience I gained leaving my comfort zone, why tackling scary tasks is crucial for your engineering career, and tips that will help you on your journey.

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Doing Terrifying Things - Nati Cohen, Similarweb - DevOpsDays Tel Aviv 2016

  1. 1. Doing Terrifying Things Nati Cohen @nocoot Production Engineer
  2. 2. Every Website Every Mobile App Ranking Engagement App Store Category Keywords Traffic Metrics Traffic Sources Audience Industry Content Provides Digital Insights for 190+ Countries ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓
  3. 3. Me (2014)
  4. 4. Me (2014)
  5. 5. Me (2014)
  6. 6. My comfort zone (2014)
  7. 7. Thank You! srsly?! @nocoot
  8. 8. Motivation is key ● Working for company %s ● Staying hire-able at %d ● Getting to a %s position ● What motivates YOU?
  9. 9. goal -> actions
  10. 10. ∑(easy actions) = goal ?
  11. 11. Doing Terrifying Things 1. Find support 2. Take a first step 3. Follow through 4. Get feedback 5. Repeat
  12. 12. ● Find your motivation ● Follow the steps ● Know the pitfalls ● Profit? Recap
  13. 13. Me (2016) Production Engineer @ SimilarWeb AND: ● R&D Evangelist (encourage and mentor speakers) ● Teaching Assistant @ IDC Herzliya ● My 5th conference talk this year
  14. 14. Thank You! Stop by our booth, we are giving away Amazon Echos! @nocoot
  15. 15. ● “The 2-Minute Rule” (thanks @karen_meep) ● It's Dangerous to Go Alone: Battling the Invisible Monsters in Tech / Julie Pagano ● The War of Art: The Reason You’re Avoiding Your Most Important Work ● Make stress your friend (thanks @iftachorr) References

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