Tag: Technology Professional

BNOTECHCAST Episode 4: Being visually impaired as a software engineer

Being visually impaired as a software engineerFirst of all starting today you can find us on the LBRY Network and on odysee.com, completing our video channels for now.

In todays Episode, which will premier on Youtube at 8pm CET and hit the podcast sites at 8:30 pm CET, I will be discussing my experience as a handicaped individual as a software engineer.

Here are the show notes:

I did not bring this up initially, but as viewers of the video version of this podcast have probably noticed, I am visually impaired. In this episode of the podcast I am going to discuss my experience in the technology industry with a handicap and give advice to young people with handicaps that are thinking about a technology career. In case you want to provide feedback on this episode head over to https://bnonet.com or E-Mail us at listeners@bnonet.com.

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BNOTECHCAST Episode 3: Should you become a technology professional?

Should you become a technology professional?Tomorrow at 8 pm CET our next episode of the BNOTECHCAST will premiere on Youtube and on 8:30 pm it will hit your favorite podcasting platforms.

Here the upcoming episodes description:

We are in the time of year again where many young people are about to graduate and ask themselves if a career as a technology professional would be the right choice. In this episode I will discuss the pros and cons and give my perspective on which career paths could be the right one for you. In case you want to provide feedback on this episode head over to https://bnonet.com or E-Mail us at listeners@bnonet.com.

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BNOTECHCAST Episode 3 Preview

This weeks episode will again release at 8 pm CET on Youtube as Premiere and will hit the Podcast networks at 8:30 pm CET.

In this episode I will discuss if and why you should consider a career in the technology sector. If that sound interesting to you check out this weeks episode wonce it releases.

You can find information on how to listen to our program here and here.