GIT NEWSLETTER #What’s my Tech Calling?

I hope you’ve been enjoying my previous newsletters and finding them helpful. Today, I want to dive deeper into the world of tech and shed some light on the different career paths that exist. Trust me, it’s not just about coding and sitting behind a computer screen all day!

But before we jump into that, let’s talk about why some of us, including yours truly, had a rough start in tech. It all comes down to one thing: not having a clear picture of the opportunities that lie within the vast tech space. It’s like going to a buffet without knowing what delicious dishes are available!

So, here’s the deal—I’m going to break it down for you in a fun and relatable way. Imagine you’re sitting in a restaurant, eagerly waiting for your meal to arrive. Well, tech career paths are just like the behind-the-scenes magic that happens in the kitchen.

First up, we have the UX researcher, who’s like a savvy foodie. Their job is to uncover what customers truly want and desire in their tech experiences. They gather insights, just like a food critic, to understand those cravings and ensure the tech solution hits the spot.

Next, let’s bring in the Product manager, who’s the culinary mastermind. Just like a chef with a vision, they imagine and create a tech product or service that satisfies those user desires. They define the features, functionalities, and overall direction of the project—just like a chef crafts a mouthwatering menu.

Now, let’s talk about the Data analyst. They’re the flavour expert in the kitchen, diving deep into the data like a chef tasting various ingredients. They extract meaningful insights from user behaviour and patterns, helping the team make data-driven decisions to enhance the overall product experience.

Every meal needs a recipe and the right ingredients, right? That’s where the product manager and product designer come in. The product manager creates a plan, just like a recipe, outlining the steps to make the tech product a reality. The product designer, on the other hand, carefully selects the right tools, technologies, and design elements to make the tech solution visually appealing and user-friendly—like choosing the perfect ingredients.

Now it’s time to bring it all together and cook up the tech solution. Developers take on the role of skilled chefs, coding and programming to bring the product manager’s vision to life. They’re like the magic happening behind the kitchen doors, using their technical expertise to make the product work seamlessly.

But hey, the presentation matters too! Just like a creative plate artist, the product designer ensures the tech solution looks stunning and feels intuitive. They create an engaging user interface, smooth interactions, and an overall delightful experience—just like a beautifully plated dish.

Now, remember, this is just a taste of what’s out there. The tech space is vast and constantly evolving, like a never-ending menu of possibilities. There are even more roles and career paths waiting to be explored.

In my next newsletter, I’ll dive deeper into each of these roles and break them down for you. So keep an eye out for that!

By the way, a big shoutout to everyone who replied to my previous email. Your feedback is invaluable, and I absolutely loved reading your responses. If you haven’t, drop me a line and let me know your thoughts. I’m all ears!

Oh, and if you know anyone who’s venturing into the world of tech, feel free to forward this email to them and encourage them to subscribe. Let’s grow this community together!

Stay tuned for more exciting tech insights, tips, and career advice in the upcoming newsletters. Until then, keep dreaming big and remember to put those ideas into action. You’ve got this!

You made it to the end! 🎉

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