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Learn from inspiring developers about how they found meaningful and fulfilling work that that also pays them well. On The Scrimba Podcast, you'll hear motivational advice and job-hunting strategies from developers who've been exactly where you are now. We talk to developers about their challenges, learnings, and switching industries in the hopes of inspiring YOU. This is the podcast that provides the inspiration, tools, and roadmaps to move from where you are to work that matters to you and uniquely fits your strengths and talents.

The Scrimba Podcast Alex Booker

    • Technology
    • 5.0 • 5 Ratings

Learn from inspiring developers about how they found meaningful and fulfilling work that that also pays them well. On The Scrimba Podcast, you'll hear motivational advice and job-hunting strategies from developers who've been exactly where you are now. We talk to developers about their challenges, learnings, and switching industries in the hopes of inspiring YOU. This is the podcast that provides the inspiration, tools, and roadmaps to move from where you are to work that matters to you and uniquely fits your strengths and talents.

    A Teacher's Job Is Never Done: Get Your Hands on the Keyboard with Bob Ziroll

    A Teacher's Job Is Never Done: Get Your Hands on the Keyboard with Bob Ziroll

    Meet Bob Ziroll 🇺🇸! Bob is Scrimba's Head of Education and one of the Internet's favorite React teachers. In a past life, Bob worked in marketing before enrolling into a bootcamp, where he eventually became a teacher and Director of Education. In this podcast, you'll learn about his coding story and teaching philosophy, but also about the early days of Scrimba!

    • 40 min
    How Pastor-Turned-Developer Chris Crushed It on LinkedIn and Landed an Internship... and a Job

    How Pastor-Turned-Developer Chris Crushed It on LinkedIn and Landed an Internship... and a Job

    Meet Chris McCoy 🇺🇸! He's a pastor who did odd jobs on the side. But he was always interested in coding! Somewhere between working retail and doing food delivery, he realized he needed something more stimulating. Nine months later, he landed not one but two job offers as a junior developer!

    • 39 min
    Quincy Larson: Why Learning To Code as an Adult Might Be Easier Than You Think

    Quincy Larson: Why Learning To Code as an Adult Might Be Easier Than You Think

    Meet Quincy Larson 🇺🇸! Quincy is the founder of freeCodeCamp, a nonprofit company that makes coding accessible for all. He is a self-taught developer who used to be a teacher! So, how does a teacher teach himself?

    • 37 min
    Drumroll, Please: Make Your Portfolio Projects Fun and Prepare for the Following Questions

    Drumroll, Please: Make Your Portfolio Projects Fun and Prepare for the Following Questions

    Meet Stevie Gill 🇬🇧! Stevie was a scientist, a medical writer and an editor, and then he wrote about video games. Eventually, he moved countries and changed careers. Nowadays, Stevie lives in Toronto, Canada, and works as a full-time front-end developer at Kijiji. In this episode, he shares his story and everything he learned along the way that can help you land your first developer job!

    • 44 min
    Understanding Corporate Hierarchy (and Perfecting Your Resume), With Tiffany Jachja

    Understanding Corporate Hierarchy (and Perfecting Your Resume), With Tiffany Jachja

    Meet Tiffany Jachja 🇺🇸! Tiffany is a data scientist, career coach, engineering manager, and Twitch streamer! By day, she works at Vox Media. In her free time, she helps fellow developers by sharing career advice and her computer and data science knowledge. In this episode, Tiffany helps you understand a company's organizational structure so that you can come to your job interview prepared!

    • 50 min
    Don’t Compare Yourself to Other New Developers: Scrimba Student Silvia on Changing Careers

    Don’t Compare Yourself to Other New Developers: Scrimba Student Silvia on Changing Careers

    Meet Silvia Piovesan 🇮🇹! Silvia is a Scrimba student who recently got four job offers after four different interviews. But her success didn't come overnight! Silvia used to be a project manager in the pharmaceutical industry - where she first got interested in coding. After she got laid off (and became a mom!), she wanted to learn to code so that she could become a knowledgeable project menager in IT... before realizing that she actually wanted to code!

    • 46 min

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