A weekly show for developers and technologists that are interested in technology, life-long learning, and the people behind the tech. This is not an ordinary technology show as it goes beyond the latest tools and frameworks and shines a spotlight on the humans that create and use it.
Final episode : Improve Your Sleep and Eat to Reduce Stress
In this final episode of Developer Weekly, the host announces the end of the podcast and shares his plans to focus on health and wellness. He also provides a preview of some audio clips from his course on burnout, specifically on improving sleep and nutrition.
The host offers tips on improving sleep, including understanding sleep stages, creating a sleep schedule, and avoiding sleep disruptors like caffeine and alcohol. He also discusses the importance of nutrition, emphasizing the consumption of real, whole foods and avoiding processed foods. The host recommends dietary supplements like vitamin D, vitamin C, and magnesium, and suggests implementing intermittent fasting and reducing added sugar intake.
He concludes by encouraging listeners to try these recommendations for 14 days and make positive changes to their health and well-being.
Open Source with Tom Kerkhove
This week, I talk with Tom Kerkhove about open source. We talk about setting priorities and managing time, sponsorship, company adoption and more.
Career and Azure IoT with Jurgen Kevelaers
In this episode, Jurgen Kevelaers talks about IoT and his experience as a Pluralsight author. He discusses the concept of IoT and how it involves collecting data from various devices and processing it in the cloud. Jurgen also highlights the importance of services like IoT Hub and IoT Central in managing and analyzing IoT data. He shares his thoughts on the future of development, emphasizing the need to embrace AI and focus on higher-level services. Jurgen provides information on where to find his courses and how to connect with him.
Instrumenting your .NET Core based cloud applications with Alex Thissen
In this episode, Alex Thiessen talks about monitoring, logging, and tracing .NET applications and Azure. He explains the concepts of monitoring, logging, and tracing, and how they help developers troubleshoot and identify issues in their applications. He also discusses the benefits of using tools like Application Insights in Azure for monitoring and instrumentation. Alex emphasizes the importance of including monitoring and instrumentation as part of the development process to ensure the application's performance and usability.
Preventing Burnout: Tips for a Healthy and Balanced Life
In this episode, the host discusses burnout and the importance of health and wellness. He provides tips on nutrition, sleep, exercise, and reducing environmental toxins. He also emphasizes the need to make big changes in life to prevent burnout from recurring.The host expresses their plans to expand the podcast into a blog, a podcast platform, and potentially a book. They thank the guest for their time and mention upcoming episodes. They also mention keeping the episodes available and offer to notify listeners when their new platform goes live. The host expresses gratitude for the support and feedback received over the past year. They encourage listeners to rate and review the podcast to help spread the word.
Career, life, entrepreneurship and teaching with Roland Guijt
This week, I'm talking with Roland Guijt about career, entrepreneurship, being an introvert and how he got started as a computer shop owner. This was a very honest, open and inspiring conversation.