The podcast for coding bootcamp grads. Ben Wilhelm and Collin Miller have a lot of things to share with you that didn't fit into your curriculum.
Building a Resilient Career with Karl Hughes
Former startup CTO turned technical writer Karl Hughes joins us to talk about how to build a fulfilling career for the long term, especially if you're not one for the straight-and-narrow.
You can find Karl online at:
His personal site: karllhughes.com
His technical writing firm: draft.dev
The Role of Documentation
Collin and Ben discuss the role of documentation in a project and on a team, and how best to navigate documentation when getting started in a new codebase.
Your First Year on the Job
Kevin Kelly, Julia Pollack, and David Lu join us to talk about their experiences in their first year of their first jobs as software developers. We cover everything from documentation and code review to productivity and imposter syndrome.
Advice to Our Younger Selves (and you)
As Collin begins a new job, he and Ben discuss what they would have done differently in their early careers with the benefit of hindsight.
Getting Your First Tech Job with Career Coach Meg Duffy
Career Coach Meg Duffy joins Ben and Collin to talk through the practical, mental, and emotional realities of getting to your first tech job.
Meg's Website: meghan-duffy.com
Meg on Twitter: https://twitter.com/futureproofmeg
Meg on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/futureproofmeg/
Good for developers
I’d reccomend this podcast for new developers. Ben and Collin are knowledgeable and down to earth, and is up there with the top tech podcasts I listen even though they just started. If your looking to get into software development or are currently an entry level developer this podcast is essential listening.
While I never got the opportunity to take classes from Ben or Collin, their reputation preceded them at Fullstack Academy. Their resources are still used to teach current students like myself and I'm glad to see that they are still helping bootcamp grads. Tape your ear lenses to their frames and give a listen 👂