A podcast which brings you discussions about software engineering topics. All of them, in one way or another, related to building great software products.
Brought to you by David Leitner (@duffleit), Christian Haas (@dertseha) and Peter Kofler (@codecopkofler).
039 - Taking a significant turn in your professional life
Paul switched job after 14 years in the same company working for the same client. He changed environments, programming language and even his developer machine OS including keyboard layout. How did it go?
Domain-Driven Design Meetup Vienna
Microservices, Reactive and Distributed Systems Meetup Vienna
038 - Focus on Agile or Development practices?
We discuss with David whether it is important to train on Agile development or more on development practices.
David Tanzer (Homepage)
Agile Developers Practices (Book)
Agile Antipatterns (Book)
Global Day of Coderetreat (Homepage)
Global Day of Coderetreat (Vienna, online)
Rust Meetup Linz
037 - Seeding communities for your product
If you can’t reach your audience with classic marketing, Philipp Krenn explains the different aspects of working with their community at Elastic.
Philipp Krenn (Twitter)
Vienna DB Meetup
Papers we love Meetup
036 - Unleashing the power of BDD
BDD has been around for a while now, but in many cases it is only utilised as a technical aid. In this episode we try to unpack the power BDD could give us, together with Gáspár Nagy, the creator of SpecFlow.
035 - Why Microservices still need Universal Architecture
We talked with J. B. Rainsberger about his idea of a Universal Architecture and how it helps people to get architectural decisions right. In addition, we talked about the continuing importance of clean code, even in times of distributed systems and microservice architectures.
The World's Best Intro to TDD
7 minutes, 26 seconds, and the Fundamental Theorem of Agile Software Development
The Universal Architecture
034 - Time travel to the past
Maaret Pyhäjärvi changed jobs recently and compares her experience as 'time travel 10 years to the past'. This leads to Continuous Delivery and crafting your job for impact.
Further details: http://developermelange.com/034-time-travel-to-the-past/