Helping Junior Developers to Grow


Steve Jobs once said: ‘We hire smart people so they can tell us what to do.’

Is it better to hire people with built-in skills, Experts, or grow Junior Developers or both? Yes, we know this is a million-dollar question, but in this exclusive podcast, Dino Esposito and Mirano Galijasevic agreed to share their experience in this particular situation.

It is our great pleasure to have Dino, who is an original thinker in the domain of Artificial Intelligence, who authored 20+ books and 1000+ articles in 27 years long career, and Mirano, who holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science and is one of the most knowledgeable guys that we know.

In this hot and challenging topic, they will discuss what it takes to grow from zero to hero, how to incorporate new people into a team and make everything run smoothly, is referral system is a good way for anyone joining a company. If this isn’t enough for you, Dino will deep dive into various examples based on his experience. One was when the company CEO invited him as an expert, but the team pushed him out. So, he took some fascinating steps in this challenging situation. Also, you will find out how Dino manages his team step by step.


About Mirano & Dino

Mirano Galijasevic is a Head of R&D at Authority Partners and a firm believer in doing real-life projects and learning through experience. After more than 25 years in the business, he still believes there is a lot more we can do to improve the technology that we use to build solutions for our clients.

After a decade of writing, training, and consulting, Dino Esposito is now fully devoted to building web solutions for the business, in particular for professional sports and healthcare, and carefully raising a brood of young developers through the initial services of an upcoming official Training Academy for devs.

This is your chance to listen to a conversation between two prime movers sharing their experiences. Here are a few direct links to make it easier for you:

Disclaimer: The views expressed in this podcast are the speaker’s own and do not reflect the view of Authority Partners.