Tanner Barlow

As a highly experienced software engineer and a dedicated mentor, I bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the table. With two internships at Microsoft and a degree in computer science from the University of Utah, I have a solid foundation in software engineering principles.

In my career, I have risen quickly from entry-level engineer to senior software engineer, receiving an average of one promotion per year. I have also served as the tech lead on several large projects, and I am currently a senior software engineer at Stripe, one of the most innovative companies in the industry.

Throughout my journey, I have mentored dozens of engineers both on my teams at work and as a professional mentor. My passion for guiding and supporting other engineers to achieve their goals is what drives me, and I have helped many individuals progress in their careers and reach new heights.

With my extensive industry experience and dedication to mentorship, I am confident that I can help you take your software engineering career to the next level. Whether you are just starting out or looking to take on new challenges, I am here to guide and support you every step of the way.

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Junior to Senior

What it takes and making a plan to advance in your career

Ready to advance your software engineering career? Not sure what it takes to make the jump from a junior or mid-level engineer to a higher level? This course will help you create a personalized plan to go from a junior to a senior engineer. Led by an experienced senior engineer, you’ll learn what you need to do to make the leap and help you put in place concrete goals to get there. With a personalized plan to progress, you’ll be ready to take on senior engineering roles and excel in the tech industry.

Engineering 101 for Recruiters

Learn to speak the language of the engineers you are trying to recruit. Ask questions of a senior engineer that has been with top companies as a tech lead and an interviewer in the hiring process. Improve your recruitment efforts and communicate more effectively with engineers with our course.