9 episodes

A podcast aiming to share information and stories about physical and mental health and the tech industry. We'll be covering all aspects of health and having conversations with health professionals, as well as people from the tech community working in this space.

Fullstack Health Amberley Romo & Kurt Kemple

    • Health & Fitness
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A podcast aiming to share information and stories about physical and mental health and the tech industry. We'll be covering all aspects of health and having conversations with health professionals, as well as people from the tech community working in this space.

    8: Coping during COVID-19

    8: Coping during COVID-19

    In this episode, Kurt and Amberley discuss the ways we've been coping during the pandemic, and ways we've heard from others.

    Check out the show notes and transcript at https://fullstack.health/8-coping-during-covid-19/.


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    • 40 min
    7: How to Help During COVID-19

    7: How to Help During COVID-19

    In this episode, Kurt and Amberley discuss ways we can all help support each other during the strange, scary time that is the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Transcript, links and notes at: https://fullstack.health/7-helping-during-covid-19/


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    • 30 min
    6: Depression

    6: Depression

    Amberley and Kurt dive into depression and their recent personal experiences with it, as well as how it affected their lives. They also discuss the things that helped pull them out of it.

    Transcript available at https://fullstack.health/6-depression-with-kurt-and-amberley/


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    • 50 min
    5: Burnout with Tatiana Mac

    5: Burnout with Tatiana Mac

    In this episode we talk with Tatiana Mac, a designer who builds inclusive, accessible, and ethical products with thoughtful practices. We discuss burnout through the lens of the events of the React community over the last week. The format is a bit different for this episode as we wanted to give Tatiana's voice as much room as we could. We hope you enjoy this engaging conversation as much as we did.



    Transcript and show notes for this episode are available at https://fullstack.health/



    Just as a warning, there a couple f-bombs dropped in this episode!


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    • 48 min
    4: Burnout with Tae'lur and Lee

    4: Burnout with Tae'lur and Lee

    In this episode, we talk to Tae'lur Alexis and Lee Warrick about their experiences with burnout.

    Tae’lur Alexis is a front-end engineer, technical content creator, and keynote speaker. She also founded CodeEveryday, an online platform providing developers with access to learning resources, mentorship opportunities and job opportunities.

    Lee Warrick is a web developer and co-host of the TechJr podcast. Before pursuing a career in web development, he was a firefighter, paramedic, and critical care nurse.

    Transcript and show notes for this episode are available at https://fullstack.health/4-shortstack-burnout/.


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    • 1 hr 6 min
    3: Burnout with Myk and Mimi

    3: Burnout with Myk and Mimi

    In this episode, we'll take an in-depth look at burnout. We're talking to Myk Bilokonsky, an autistic and ADHD software engineer living in New York City, and Dr. Mimi Winsberg, a Stanford-trained psychiatrist with over 20 years of clinical experience and Chief Medical Officer at Brightside Health.

    Full transcript and show notes for this episode are available at https://fullstack.health/3-burnout/.


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    • 56 min

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sumorai ,

This is a great focus

I’m glad people are talking more and more about health and wellness in relation to software development. The field has historically encouraged behaviors that are detrimental to our health. It’s great to see this brought into the open and picked apart so we can all find the tools we need to be successful AND healthy. Keep up the great work!

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