The CodeNewbie podcast was born from CodeNewbie, an organization which fosters a supportive, international community of people learning to code. Each season, host Saron Yitbarek delivers stories and interviews from people of diverse backgrounds and expertise about their coding journeys, as well as beginner friendly discussions about the tech you should know about.
S20:E8 - How to be a successful solopreneur (Jennifer Yip)
Solopreneurship isn't just for seasoned developers
S20:E7 - What we can all learn from the experience of being a neurodivergent developer (Alex Karp)
Putting effort into accessibility and inclusion helps everyone
S20:E6 - How to create successful mobile games (Bria Sullivan)
Don't make your dream game first
S20:E5 - What are some fundamentals of machine learning and AI (Oscar Beijbom)
Machine learning and AI...it gets complicated.
S20:E4 - How to transition from the arts into a career in tech (Jessica Wilkins)
Career transition into tech? Music to my ears!
S20:E3 - How to think like a CTO (Joel Beasley)
That feature you're building, how does that actually connect to revenue?
My first download was the episode with Leon Noel #100Devs. He’s been instructing me since Jan 2022 and he’s a phenomenal teacher. This podcast has great topics and content for developers.
A true gem!
CodeNewbie is an outstanding resource for those just delving into the world of coding! Great content, delivered in an easy to consume format - no matter the topic, I gain something from every episode. Highly recommend!
Started my coding journey 5 years ago but…
I’ve been coding off and on since 2016 but was not getting anywhere. Kept giving up because I wasn’t learning what I needed to learn to grow. Because of this podcast and some good videos I’m finally starting to make really good progress. Like many new developers I thought I had to know everything and kept comparing myself to giants . Now I just compare myself to where I was yesterday. It feels good to hear so many different peoples journeys that I can personally relate to and to know everybody has their struggles