Breaking Into Crypto
Transition to web3: a guide for non-technical roles
It can be daunting to make a career shift to web3, especially for those who don't code. This guide aims to help make a career pivot into web3 less ominous.
Web3 Jobs: How to Get a Job in Crypto (Updated 2022)
In the past, I've provided advice to strangers and friends who are looking to get a full-time job in crypto. I've previously about this before at length. But it's been a few years and there's some new actionable advice I wanted to offer as well as update my advice with more recent examples (what worked two years ago might not work today).
How to Get Into Crypto and Web3 as a Developer
Cover image by Lennon Cheng on Unsplash tell you a secret: everyone is hiring for solidity, react, product design, and community mgmt rn. I have been talking about my move into the Web3 / Ethereum / crypto space since making the switch from a traditional web, mobile, and cloud background.
Working in Web3: The Handbook
I'm one of the contributor at . Currently, I'm studying Electrical Engineering & Computer Science at UC Berkeley. Before all of this, I was a Software Engineer Intern at , a Blockchain Security Engineer at Uniswap Labs , and helped build Trail of Bits .
The Community Garden: The Case for Leaving FAANG Companies for Crypto
Software engineering culture has always leaned toward anti-authoritarianism. Many an engineer's childhood reading list was full of books like Snow Crash and Neuromancer about lone hackers fighting back against enormous corporations, and the mythos of the underdog startup founder is practically a local religion in Silicon Valley.
Roles For Non-Technical People
Networking Advice | The Muse
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