Today we’re interviewing Sean Marcia, a developer at USCIS and the founder of Ruby for Good, an annual conference for Ruby on Rails developers to volunteer their skills for non-profits. We were able to catch him on the eve of Ruby for Good’s fifth year.
Sean discusses things that have changed for him in his journey as a developer, and shares some advice for newer developers. We also discuss the Ruby for Good conference, what he enjoys about mentorship and how that plays into the mission of the conference.
If you haven’t already, be sure to go back and listen to our inaugural episode where Michael chats with Paul Gilzow. Let us know what you think down in the comments or on social! (And if you’re a brand new DUX’er, check out our main series Drunken UX and Real-Time Overview!)