Developers make the world go round. But the world is changing fast. From shifting demographics to higher expectations to new technologies, the only constant for today’s and tomorrow’s developers is change. Decoded is a podcast that brings the voices of developers forward. Join us as we chat with developers about their personal stories, their insight into the world’s leading apps and products, and the trends that are continually shaping the lives and work of the global developer community.
What’s New and Next in Engineering Documentation feat. Brittney Ball
In this episode of Decoded, document engineer Brittney Ball talks to host Sydney Lai about the latest considerations in documentation for the complex projects she works on at Meta.
Learning Live and Uncensored Feat. Ali Diamond
Twitch streaming phenomenon Ali Diamond, and developer advocate at New Relic, joins host Sydney Lai to talk about the value and joy of both teaching and learning live online with other developers.
How to Improve Legacy Code feat. Joe Eames
“Legacy” doesn’t have to be a four-letter word. Joe Eames, CEO of Thinkster, chats with host Sydney Lai about how developers can continually improve legacy code — and enjoy the journey.
Designing Notifications that Get Noticed feat. Troy Goode
Notifications are everywhere — but not all of them are created equal. Troy Goode of Courier sits down with host Sydney Lai to talk about designing and building notifications that get the right kind of attention.
Envisioning Better Video Integrations feat. Kwindla Hultman Kramer
Building video integrations can be trickier than it looks. Kwindla Hultman Kramer of Daily talks with host Sydney Lai about where video is going and how developers can build for this popular medium.
Developer Advocates Are Now Content Creators feat. Cassidy Williams
Every developer needs someone in their corner. In this episode, Sydney is joined by another developer advocate, Cassidy Williams of Netlify, to talk about the many forms that advocacy takes and why the work matters.