Join me as I talk with web developers and software engineers about building their careers, overcoming challenges, and succeeding in the tech industry.
E12: Building a strong local dev community with Domitrius Clark
In this episode, I speak with Domitrius Clark about his experience supporting online communities in gaming to building a successful local community of web developers in his home town of Philadelphia. We discuss the benefits of having a strong local community, how to deal with the challenges and logistics of running meetups, and much more.
E11: Publishing, community, and life as a digital nomad with Jessica Bell
Jessica Bell is a frontend engineer at the New York Times/Wirecutter, a full-time digital nomad, and chair on the ACM Distinguished Speakers Committee. We talk about her life on the road, lessons learned working for a large publisher, and her experiences as an advocate for underrepresented folks in tech communities.
E10: Speaking at conferences with Michelle Schulp
Michelle Schulp an independent designer, web developer, and speaker, discusses why and how she manages traveling and speaking at conferences along with tips on getting started.
E09: From Math to Markdown: How Laurie Got on Tech
Laurie Barth and I discuss her journey from working with abstract mathematical concepts to a career in software development.
E08: That start-up life
In this episode I talk to Paul Hickey, CEO of Data Driven Design, to discuss work and life as a developer for a start-up.
E07: Contract work and what you need to know to do it
Matthew and Eamon, cofounders of Readybase, sit down to talk about what they've learned about working as contractors and what you can do to make working for yourself a success.
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