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In this show, I open you the doors to companies and thought leaders around the world. With my guests, I discuss software engineering best practices and pitfalls, and how they strive to build software people love.

Software Engineering Unlocke‪d‬ Michaela Greiler

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In this show, I open you the doors to companies and thought leaders around the world. With my guests, I discuss software engineering best practices and pitfalls, and how they strive to build software people love.

    From bootcamp straight into a full-time dev role

    From bootcamp straight into a full-time dev role

    In this episode, I talk to Natalie Davis. Natalie is a recent Bootcamp graduate that managed to get hired quickly after graduating. She is vividly sharing her knowledge on Twitter and started to make real waves in the dev community within just one and a half years in tech.

    We talk about:
    - her experience at a developer Bootcamp, 
    - how she managed to quickly get hired after graduating,
    - how she keeps up with all the stuff she has to learn,
    - how she decides to adopt best practices,
    - and how to overcome rejections by staying positive and focusing on growth. 

    • 46 Min.
    How Programmers Think and Learn with Prof. Felienne Hermans

    How Programmers Think and Learn with Prof. Felienne Hermans

    In this episode, I talk to Felienne Hermans, who is an associate professor at the University of Leiden and researches how developers think and learn.

    We talk about:
    - why it is so hard to read and understand code,
    - her book "The developer's brain",
    - how we can learn easier to program,
    - techniques to understand complex code quicker,
    - how a shared vocabulary can help teams, not only during code reviews
    - and her process to write a book developers will love.

    • 50 Min.
    Vulnerability disclosure with Katie Moussouris

    Vulnerability disclosure with Katie Moussouris

    In this episode, I talk with Katie Moussouris, founder and CEO of Luta Security. Luta Security specializes in helping businesses and governments work with hackers and security researchers to better defend themselves from digital attacks. Katie is also an expert when it comes to bug bounty programs and how to successfully prepare organizations to implement a vulnerability disclosure program.

    We talk about:
    - vulnerability disclosure,
    - the security challenges faced by military and government organizations,
    - her entrepreneurial path,
    - how to establish yourself as a hacker or security expert,
    - and how to build security in your software development process.

    • 35 Min.
    Episode 33: From intern to CEO with agile testing expert Alex Schladebeck

    Episode 33: From intern to CEO with agile testing expert Alex Schladebeck

    In this episode, I talk to Alex Schladebeck, a testing expert, and a powerful voice in the tech community. Alex is the CEO of Bredex, a dev shop that offers tailor-made IT solutions but also specializes in quality assurance and testing.

    A decade ago, Alex graduated in linguistic and came into tech by accident. So, I obviously have to ask her about her career transition, and testing.

    What we talk about:
    - transitioning into tech from a non-traditional background
    - what it takes to get from an intern position to becoming the CEO
    - which role testing plays at Bredex
    - how mob or ensemble programming is used to facilitate learning
    - how to lead remote software teams

    • 50 Min.
    Episode 32: Serverless is your competitive advantage

    Episode 32: Serverless is your competitive advantage

    In this episode, I talk to Nader Dabit. Nader is a web and mobile developer, who specializes in building cross-platform and cloud-enabled applications. Right now, he works at Amazon Web Services, where he develops features in the client team and improves developer experience. Before, he founded his own training company, specializing in React Native, and trained engineers from organizations such as Microsoft, Amazon, the US Army, and many more.

    We talk about:
    - how he managed to build a following on almost every popular social platform,
    - how he got started with his own training company focusing on React Native
    - what serverless means, and why you should care about it,
    - how to build an MVP using a serverless-first mindset,
    - and how frontend developers can leverage serverless technologies to become a full-stack developer.

    • 53 Min.
    Episode 31: Combatting tech debt in war rooms

    Episode 31: Combatting tech debt in war rooms

    In this episode, I talk to Tomasz Łakomy, a senior frontend engineer at OLX Group. Tomasz is fascinated about teaching everything he knows and has over 170 video tutorials.

    We talk about:

    - how they develop, test, and reviews software at OLX group,
    - what war rooms are and how they help to combat technical debt,
    - how he managed to create over 170 video tutorials about software engineering,
    - why he is AWS certified as a front-end engineer, and
    - how skydiving helped him to be a better software developer.

    • 53 Min.

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