How to land your new Python Developer job: a Recruiter's perspective
07-20, 10:30–11:00 (Europe/Prague), Terrace 2B

Looking for a job is already a job. How can you make sure that you are successful in the role of a Python Developer job-seeker? Join this talk to learn directly from an insider the tips & tricks about what technologies are in-demand, how to look for your next role, how to display your experience (or lack of) in your CV, how to prepare for interviews, and much more.

Being a job-seeker is one of the most extenuating jobs ever. Everyone knows this, Recruiters included. This is why, after several years of experience working as a Recruiter and facing challenging times, it would be my pleasure to share my knowledge with the community. Together, we are going to tackle the steps and skills that are needed to secure a role in today's job market, with a focus on landing a job in the Python field. Come and then share your knowledge with other job seekers, we are in this all together!

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I was born in Italy but I have been living in the Netherlands for 5 years. I work as a Tech Recruiter, and I consider myself an empathic person and a big fan of active listening and emotional intelligence. These aspects of myself led me to focus my career around helping others find a job that would suit them, make them happy, and satisfied in the long run. Work plays such a vital role in everyone's life, and I'm glad when I can close my laptop at the end of the day and think that I made a difference for someone's well-being. My motto is from a Taylor Swift's song: "Never be so kind you forget to be clever, never be so clever you forget to be kind".