Developer Tea exists to help driven developers connect to their ultimate purpose and excel at their work so that they can positively impact the people they influence.
With over 13 million downloads to date, Developer Tea is a short podcast hosted by Jonathan Cutrell (@jcutrell), co-founder of Spec and Director of Engineering at PBS. We hope you'll take the topics from this podcast and continue the conversation, either online or in person with your peers. Twitter: @developertea :: Email: email@example.com
Biases of Attention
There is far more information that we ignore than what we pay attention to. This selective attention is important to understand as both a necessary skill and a potential pitfall.
Friday Refill - Divergent and Convergent Meetings
We seek agreement by default. It feels good. But is it what we really want? What we really need?
Clean Up Your Goals
In today's episode we talk about good key results and objectives, and how to clean up your goals. Having a goal is not enough and knowing your principles and what makes you different from others is the hardest part.
Lego Problems - Modes of Operation on Component-Driven Problems
There are only so many ways you can manipulate LEGO. In today's episode we talk about those fundamental transformation steps and how they apply to your daily problem solving.
Friday Refill - Anchor Behaviors
When you feel a sense of chaos has overwhelmed your week, it can be tempting to want to check out for the weekend. But in today's episode we discuss a tool I've used to combat this sense of aimlessness.
Quincy Larson, Founder of freeCodeCamp - Part Two
Quincy Larson might be responsible for at least one very important part of your career: the beginning. That's because Quincy is the founder of freeCodeCamp, a non-profit teaching millions of people to code.
In this and the last episode we talk all about what it means to be a beginner.
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Great for life at & away from the keyboard
This is great content no matter your profession. I’ve been listening for years. Definitely worth a listen. You won’t be disappointed. This review has def been a long time coming and is incredibly well deserved.
Developer Tea has been a really fun podcast to have on when I’m working, and when I’m just hanging out. The topics are very diverse, and yet all tie together really well. Definitely worth listening to.
I’m a college student and I’ve only listened to two episodes so far but it’s already useful. I am also learning more about the tech community and trying to be a bigger part of it so this podcast seems like it would very good for that.