A Hero’s Journey
with Brian P. Hogan
Brian P. Hogan, author of Build Websites with Hugo, discusses his journey to becoming a Pragmatic Bookshelf author.
Listen to the complete audio interview here:
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For those who prefer to read rather than listen, the following are highlights from the interview.
Brian Hogan is a software developer, teacher, author, editor, and musician. Since 1995, Brian’s been building websites and web applications using a variety of tools and technology.
But Brian’s journey didn’t stop with web development. He’s been working as a freelance developer for small businesses and has helped countless developers through lectures, mentoring, and of course, books—including Small, Sharp Software Tools, Exercises for Programmers, tmux 2: Productive Mouse-Free Development, and several others for The Pragmatic Bookshelf.
On this episode, Brian talks about his journey to becoming a pragmatic author and what he’s learned along the way. He also spills the beans on what makes for a great bio and how to showcase who you are and what you do.
Listen to the rest of Brian’s story on this episode of the Pragmatic Hero’s Journey podcast.
Now that you know his story, check out Brian’s books below!
- Build Websites with Hugo
- Small, Sharp Software Tools
- tmux 2
- Web Development Recipes, 2nd Edition
- Exercises for Programmers
Follow Brian on Twitter at https://twitter.com/bphogan.
Check out what Brian is writing about on Medium:
Command Line Blocks in Hugo
Dont forget! You can get 35% off Brian’s books with the coupon code devtalk.com!
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