Interesting, engaging, exciting, and thought-provoking stories from those in tech; because all of us have a story or two to tell.
With Darryl Ware. The Changing Tech Landscape in Brisbane, Australia, Tech is Very Transitory, and C-based Languages
Want a rollingly good chat about C-based languages, PHP, life in tech in Brisbane, Australia, and what it's like to keep up in tech? Then this is the episode for you. Darryl and I have a great conversation that I'm eager to share with you for these and so many more reasons.
With Doug Bierer. Teaching Yourself to Code, Microsoft vs. Unix/Linux, and Not Throwing More Hardware at the Problem
Come listen to Doug Bierer share his years of experience and knowledge as a developer coding in Basic and Assembler, working with Novel & Dr DOS and Windows and MS-DOS, and so much more!
With Mihalis Tsoukalos. C-based Languages, Code Documentation, & Unix Over Windows
Come listen to Mihalis Tsoukalos share his wealth of knowledge about systems programming in C-based languages, what it takes to be a great developer, the importance of documenting your code, and so much more!
With Oliver Davies. Horror Stories From the Road
In this episode, very reminiscent of early episodes of the podcast, Oliver and I have a rip-roaring chat about so many common experiences as developers. From managing the bus factor, pair programming, preparing hand over information before going on holidays, to working remotely vs working in an office, this is a wonderful episode.
With Karl Hughes. Working With Intention In Your Career
In this episode, Karl and I have an absolute blast of a conversation, one which got off to quite an unexpected roller-coaster beginning. We talk not specifically about any tech, as such, but rather on life and career, and how important it is to live and work with intention.
With Andreas Heigl. How to Be a Better Public Speaker and Documentation-Driven Development
Come listen to this warm and friendly chat with Andreas Heigl about how to be a better public speaker, why some developers only work "9-to-5", and what it was like taking over an established user group (phpugffm).
Relaxed interviews with PHP developers
Matthew has a nice and relaxed style of interviewing his guests, which are members of the PHP community (at least so far).