DevDiscuss is the first original podcast from DEV, a global community of software developers of all backgrounds and experience levels. The show covers burning topics that impact the daily lives of programmers and beyond, hosted by Forem Co-Founder, Ben Halpern, as well as a rotating cast of Forem developers.
S9:E8 - How to Introduce Coding to Your Kids
In this episode, we talk about introducing children and teens to coding with Jon Mattingly, co-founder and CEO of Kodable, and Pete Ingram-Cauchi, CEO of ID Tech.
S9:E7 - How Technology is Used as a Tool for Abuse/Coercive Control
In this episode, we talk about how technology is being used as a tool for abuse and coercive control with Bindu Oommen Fernandes, executive director at Freedom Forward, and Sonya Mital, community engagement lead at Narika. We discuss possible warning signs of abuse to keep an eye out for, tactics abusers use on their victims, and the different ways technology is also helping survivors overcome these circumstances.
S9:E6 - The Evolution of SQL and How it Managed to Last Through Time
In this episode, we talk with Jim Walker, principal product evangelist at Cockroach Labs about the evolution of SQL. Learn more about the origins and importance of SQL and how it's managed to not only last but also evolve throughout time.
S9:E5 - Getting Your Conference Talk Proposal Accepted
In this episode we talk with Tracy P Holmes, technical community advocate at Isovalent and Pachi Parra, developer advocate at Github about getting a conference talk proposal accepted. Get some tips and advice from their own personal experiences and a glimpse at this year's Codeland 2022, since both of them will be speaking at this year's conference.
S9:E4 - Getting Along with Your Co-workers... All of Them
In this episode, we talk about how to work cohesively and efficiently across different departments with Kate Travers, Senior Software Engineer at GitHub, and Tracy Osborn, Principal Program Director at TinySeed.
S9:E3 - What Is The Most Fun We’ve Ever Had Coding
In this episode, we talk about the the most fun we’ve had coding with Paula Gearon, semantic web architect at Intelligent Medical Objects, and Lucia Cerchie, software developer at StepZen.
Food for thought
Great podcast! It’s good to have topics relevant to my career discussed in such a friendly manner! More often than not it leaves me with something to contemplate!
Covers all the topics you need as a Dev
Was recommended this podcast as a relative newbie to coding and development, the first 3 or 4 episodes that I have listened to are simply fantastic. Excellent insight into the topics that mater the most and really easy to listen to.
Just finished listening to S4E5 - a pretty powerful topic with thoughtfully identified guests sharing their own personal and professional thoughts.