Techdotmn asked Minnesota technology leaders what advice they would give to their 25-year-old selves. The single most common piece of tech career advice, which every 25-year-old could learn from: “Take more risks.”
Tech-specific career advice heard from several participants: “Learn to code.” No, really learn to code. As one speaker laments, rising stars typically code for a year or two, then move up and out. And that creates a lasting career limitation.