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For a long time, tech culture has focused too narrowly on technical skills; this has resulted in a tech community that too often puts companies and code over people. Greater Than Code is a podcast that invites the voices of people who are not heard from enough in tech: women, people of color, trans and/or queer folks, to talk about the human side of software development and technology. Greater Than Code is providing a vital platform for these conversations, and developing new ideas of what it means to be a technologist beyond just the code.
Featuring an ongoing panel of racially and gender diverse tech panelists, the majority of podcast guests so far have been women in tech! We’ve covered topics including imposter syndrome, mental illness, sexuality, unconscious bias and social justice. We also have a major focus on skill sets that tech too often devalues, like team-building, hiring, community organizing, mentorship and empathy. Each episode also includes a transcript.
We have an active Slack community that members can join by pledging as little as $1 per month via Patreon. (https://www.patreon.com/greaterthancode)

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For a long time, tech culture has focused too narrowly on technical skills; this has resulted in a tech community that too often puts companies and code over people. Greater Than Code is a podcast that invites the voices of people who are not heard from enough in tech: women, people of color, trans and/or queer folks, to talk about the human side of software development and technology. Greater Than Code is providing a vital platform for these conversations, and developing new ideas of what it means to be a technologist beyond just the code.
Featuring an ongoing panel of racially and gender diverse tech panelists, the majority of podcast guests so far have been women in tech! We’ve covered topics including imposter syndrome, mental illness, sexuality, unconscious bias and social justice. We also have a major focus on skill sets that tech too often devalues, like team-building, hiring, community organizing, mentorship and empathy. Each episode also includes a transcript.
We have an active Slack community that members can join by pledging as little as $1 per month via Patreon. (https://www.patreon.com/greaterthancode)

    267: Handling Consulting Businesses and Client Loads

    267: Handling Consulting Businesses and Client Loads

    00:36 - Panelist Consulting Experience and Backgrounds



    Debugging Your Brain by Casey Watts
    Happy and Effective


    10:00 - Marketing, Charging, and Setting Prices



    Patreon
    Chelsea’s Blog
    Self-Worth by Salary


    28:34 - GeePawHill Twitter Thread - Impact Consulting



    Casey’s Spreadsheet - “Matrix-Based Prioritization For Choosing a Job”
    Interdependence


    38:43 - Management & Mentorship



    Detangling the Manager: Supervisor, Team Lead, Mentor
    Adrienne Maree Brown


    52:15 - Explaining Value and Offerings



    The Pumpkin Plan: A Simple Strategy to Grow a Remarkable Business in Any Field by Mike Michalowicz
    User Research
    SPIN Selling: Situation Problem Implication Need-payoff by Neil Rackham


    55:08 - Ideal Clients


    Reflections:


    Mae: The phrase “indie”.


    Casey: Having a Patreon to help inspire yourself.


    Chelsea: Tallying up all of the different things that a given position contributes to in terms of a person’s needs.


    This episode was brought to you by @therubyrep of DevReps, LLC. To pledge your support and to join our awesome Slack community, visit patreon.com/greaterthancode


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    Transcript:


    CHELSEA: Welcome to Greater Than Code, Episode 267. I'm Chelsea Troy, and I'm here with my co-host, Mae.


    MAE: And also with us is Casey.


    CASEY: Hi, I'm Casey.


    And today's episode, we are our own guests. We're going to be talking to you about our experiences in consulting.


    To get this one started, how about we share what got us into consulting and what we like, don't like about it, just high-level?


    Chelsea, would you mind going first?


    CHELSEA: Sure.


    So I started in consulting, really in a full-time job. So for early in my programming career, I worked for several years for a company called Pivotal Labs and Pivotal Labs is chiefly, or was chiefly at the time, a software engineering consulting organization.


    My job was to pair program with folks from client teams, various types of clients, a lot of health insurance companies. At the time, there was a restaurant loyalty app that we did some work for. We did some work for General Motors, various clients, a major airline was also a client, and I would switch projects every three to six months. During that time employed by Labs, I would work for this client, pair programming with other pivots, and also with client developers.


    So that was my introduction to consulting and I think that it made the transition to consulting later, a little bit easier because I already had some consulting experience from under the Labs’ umbrella.


    After I worked for Labs, I moved on to working at a product company for about 2 years and my experience at that product company burned me out on full-time programming for a little while.


    So in my last couple of months at that job, I realized that I was either going to have to take some time off, or I was going to have to find an arrangement that worked better for me for work, at least for the next little while. And for that next little while, what I decided I wanted to try to do was work part-time because I was uncomfortable with the idea of taking time off from programming completely. I felt that I was too early in my career and the skill loss would be too great if I took time off completely, but I knew I needed some space and so, I quit my full-time job.


    After I quit the full time—I probably should have done this before I quit the job, but I didn't—I called an organization that I had previously done some volunteer work with, with whom I discussed a job a couple of years prior, but for a couple of different reasons, it didn't work out. I said to them, “I know that you're a grant-funded organization and you rarely have the funding and capacity to bring somebody on, but just so you're aware, I like workin

    • 1 hr 2 min
    266: Words Carry Power – Approaching Inclusive Language with Kate Marshall

    266: Words Carry Power – Approaching Inclusive Language with Kate Marshall

    01:48 - Kate’s Superpower: Empathy



    Absorbing Energy
    Setting Healthy Energetic Boundaries
    Authenticity
    Intent vs Impact


    10:46 - Words and Narratives Carry Power; Approaching Inclusive Language



    Taking Action After Causing Harm
    Get Specific, But Don’t Overthink
    Practice Makes Progress
    Normalize Sharing Pronouns


    No-CodeConf
    No-CodeSchool

    Gender Expresion Does Not Always Equal Gender Identity


    21:27 - Approaching Inclusive Language in the Written Word



    Webflow Accessibility Checklist
    Asking For Advice
    Do Your Own Research/Work


    29:18 - Creating Safe Places, Communities, and Environments



    Absorbing and Asking
    Authenticity (Cont’d)
    Adaptation to Spaces
    Shifting Energy


    42:34 - Building Kula While Working in Tech



    Community Care, Mutual Aid-Centered Model
    Using Privilege to Pave the Way For More People
    Alignment


    Reflections:


    John: The dichotomy between perfectionism and authenticity.


    Arty: Words carry power.


    Kate: Having an open heart is how you can put any of this into action.


    This episode was brought to you by @therubyrep of DevReps, LLC. To pledge your support and to join our awesome Slack community, visit patreon.com/greaterthancode


    To make a one-time donation so that we can continue to bring you more content and transcripts like this, please do so at paypal.me/devreps. You will also get an invitation to our Slack community this way as well.


    Transcript:


    PRE-ROLL: Software is broken, but it can be fixed. Test Double’s superpower is improving how the world builds software by building both great software and great teams. And you can help! Test Double is hiring empathetic senior software engineers and DevOps engineers. We work in Ruby, JavaScript, Elixir and a lot more. Test Double trusts developers with autonomy and flexibility at a remote, 100% employee-owned software consulting agency. Looking for more challenges? Enjoy lots of variety while working with the best teams in tech as a developer consultant at Test Double. Find out more and check out remote openings at link.testdouble.com/greater. That’s link.testdouble.com/greater.


    JOHN: Welcome to Greater Than Code. I'm John Sawers and I'm here with Arty Starr.


    ARTY: Thanks, John. And I'm here with our guest today, Kate Marshall.


    Kate is a copywriter and inclusivity activist living in Denver. Since entering tech 4 years ago, she's toured the marketing org from paid efforts to podcast host, eventually falling in love with the world of copy. With this work, she hopes to make the web a more welcoming place using the power of words. Outside of Webflow, you'll find Kate opening Kula, a donation-based yoga studio, and bopping around the Mile High City with her partner, Leah.


    Welcome to the show, Kate.


    KATE: Hi, thank you so much!


    ARTY: So we always start our shows with our famous first question. What is your superpower and how did you acquire it?


    KATE: My superpower, I've been thinking about this. My superpower is empathy. It can also be one of my biggest downfalls [laughs], which I actually think happens more often than not with any superpower. I once heard from a child, actually, they always seem to know best that too much of the good, good is bad, bad.


    [laughter]


    So it turns out sometimes too much empathy can be too overwhelming for my system, but it has really driven everything that I've done in my career and my personal life.


    As for how I acquired it, I don't know that you can really acquire empathy. I think it's just something you have, or you don't. I've always been extremely intuitive and if you're going through something, it's likely that I can feel it. So I think I'm just [laughs] I hate to steal Maybelline's line, but I think I was born with it.


    JOHN: You talked about having a downside there and I've heard – and I'm curious, because most people talk about empathy as a positive thing and wanting more people to develop more empathy, but I'd to love hear you talk a little bit more about what you see the do

    • 58 min
    265: Computer Science Education – Forge Your Own Path with Emily Haggard

    265: Computer Science Education – Forge Your Own Path with Emily Haggard

    00:54 - Emily’s Superpower: Being a Good Teacher



    Greater Than Code Episode 261: Celebrating Computer Science Education with Dave Bock
    CyberPatriot


    06:24 - Online College Courses vs In-Person Learning / Emily’s Community College Path



    Network Engineering
    Virginia Tech
    Guaranteed Transfer Programs
    Loudoun Codes


    Emily Haggard: My Path to Virginia Tech



    11:58 - Computer Science Curriculums



    Technical Depth
    The Missing Semester of Your CS Education


    19:28 - Being A Good Mentor / Mentor, Student Relationships



    Using Intuition
    Putting Yourself in Others’ Mindsets
    Diversity and Focusing On Commonalities
    Addressing Gatekeeping in Tech
    Celebrating Accomplishments
    Bragging Loudly
    Grace Hopper Conference
    Cultural Dynamics Spread


    38:24 - Dungeons & Dragons



    Characters as an Extensions of Players


    Reflections:


    Dave: College is what you make of it, not where you went.


    Arty: Teaching people better who don’t have a lot of experience yet.


    Mandy: “Empowered women, empower women.” Empowered men also empower women.


    Emily: Your mentor should have different skills from you and you should seek them out for that reason.


    This episode was brought to you by @therubyrep of DevReps, LLC. To pledge your support and to join our awesome Slack community, visit patreon.com/greaterthancode


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    Transcript:


    MANDY: Hey, everybody! Welcome to Episode 265 of Greater Than Code. My name is Mandy Moore and I'm here with our guest panelist, Dave Bock.


    DAVE: Hi, I'm David Bock and I am here with our usual co-host, Arty Starr.


    ARTY: Thank you, Dave. And I'm here today with our guest, Emily Haggard.


    Emily is graduating from Virginia Tech with a Bachelor’s in Computer Science this past December so, congratulations. She has a wide variety of experience in technology from web development to kernel programming, and even network engineering and cybersecurity. She is an active member of her community, having founded a cybersecurity club for middle schoolers. In her free time, she enjoys playing Dungeons and Dragons and writing novels.


    Welcome to the show, Emily.


    EMILY: Thank you.


    ARTY: So our first question we always ask is what is your superpower and how did you acquire it?


    EMILY: So I spent some time thinking about this and I would say that my superpower is that I'm a good teacher and what that means is that the people who come to me with questions wanting to learn something number one, my goal is to help them understand and number two, I think it's very important to make sure that whatever gap we have in our experience doesn't matter and that they don't feel that. So that they could be my 6-year-old brother and I'm trying to teach him algebra, or something and he doesn't feel like he is the 6-year-old trying to learn algebra.


    DAVE: I'll echo that sentiment about being a good teacher actually on two fronts, Emily. First of all, I am teaching your brother now in high school and just the other day, he credited you towards giving him a lot of background knowledge about the course and the curriculum before we ever started the class. So he seconds that you're a good teacher.


    And then listeners might remember, I was on a few weeks ago talking about my nonprofit and Emily was there at the beginning of me starting to volunteer in high schools. In fact, the way I met Emily, it was the fall of 2014.


    The first time I was volunteering at Loudoun Valley High School and one morning prior to class, there was going to be a meeting of a cybersecurity club. There were a bunch to the students milling about and there was this sophomore girl sitting in front of a computer, looking at a PowerPoint presentation of networking IP addresses, how the /24 of an IP address resolves and just all that kind of detail.

    • 52 min
    264: #BlackTechTwitter and Black Tech Pipeline with Pariss Athena

    264: #BlackTechTwitter and Black Tech Pipeline with Pariss Athena

    00:54 - Pariss’ Superpower: Being Vocal and Transparent



    #BlackTechTwitter
    The Villian Origin Story


    Deadpool



    08:01 - #BlackTechTwitter & Black Tech Pipeline



    Job Board
    Labor Compensation


    15:56 - Being Okay with Losing Opportunities



    Announcing Success
    Criticism & Privilege
    The Great Resignation
    Generational Wealth
    Hustle Culture


    Hustle Culture: Why Is Everyone Working Too Hard?



    28:57 - UX Design vs Software Engineering (What would you do if you weren’t in tech?)



    Thinking About Vulnerable Communities
    Coding For Work
    Foley Artist; Working Behind the Scenes
    Tech Supporting People’s Real Passions


    35:11 - Pariss’ Passion for Acting & Being On Set



    Behind-the-Scenes
    Watching Marginalized People Succeed: “BE BOTHERED!”


    43:38 - Growing & Evolving Community



    @BotBlackTech
    A Note to #BlackTechTwitter/Black Tech Pipeline Potential Successors


    Reflections:


    Chanté: Being intentional about community.


    John: The impact an individual person can have on culture.


    Jamey: Be bothered. Ways that marginalized communities share some things and not other things.


    Tim: Having these discussions because people who are not Black do not understand the Black experience; Making sure the Black experience is changed for the better moving forward.


    Pariss: Being an ally vs being a coconspirator.


    This episode was brought to you by @therubyrep of DevReps, LLC. To pledge your support and to join our awesome Slack community, visit patreon.com/greaterthancode


    To make a one-time donation so that we can continue to bring you more content and transcripts like this, please do so at paypal.me/devreps. You will also get an invitation to our Slack community this way as well.


    Transcript:


    JOHN: Hello and welcome to Greater Than Code, Episode 264. I'm John Sawers. My pronouns are he/him. And I'm here with Chanté Thurmond.


    CHANTÉ: Hey, everyone. My pronouns are she/her and ella. And I'm here today with Jamey Hampton.


    JAMEY: Thanks, Chanté. My pronouns are they/them. And I'd like to also introduce Tim Banks.


    TIM: Hey, everybody. My pronouns are he/him. And I would like to introduce today's guest, Pariss Athena.


    PARISS: Hey, everyone. I'm Pariss Athena. My pronouns are she/her.


    I'm founder and CEO of Black Tech Pipeline and creator of the hashtag movement and community, #BlackTechTwitter.


    JOHN: Welcome to the show!


    We're going to start off with the question that we ask every guest that we have. What is your superpower and how did you acquire it?


    PARISS: This is such a downer, because I really don't know. I don't have one. I don't have a superpower, I don't think.


    JAMEY: Just because you don't know does not mean that you don't have one.


    CHANTÉ: One of them that I think is obvious to me, when I found you on Twitter, was your ability to see the problem, see the opportunity, and obviously, to find the talent. So those are three clear distinct talents you got there.


    PARISS: Yeah. Okay, I didn't consider them as superpowers, but we can definitely go with that.


    CHANTÉ: Sure!


    TIM: I will tell you; it was interesting to me because Pariss and I don't interact very often on Twitter, but I've been a follower and a fan for a while. The one thing that I've noticed about you is that you are always unapologetically yourself and I think that is a huge thing that cannot be underestimated. Because your ability to do these things, and your ability to inspire and empower others is because you first inspire and empower yourself. That's something that myself as a Black man, especially as a Black woman, we don't see that a lot and we don't see that a lot in a way that uplift others as well.


    So I've always been super, super impressed with your ability to do that and to do it unapologetically, and to stand there against all the people that level hate at all of us just to be there, complete yourself and let it go off. So always been inspired by that and I don't think you should underestimate that as a sup

    • 59 min
    263: Security Education, Awareness, Behavior, and Culture with Kat Sweet

    263: Security Education, Awareness, Behavior, and Culture with Kat Sweet

    02:01 - Kat’s Superpower: Terrible Puns!



    Puns & ADHD; Divergent Thinking
    Punching Down
    Idioms


    08:07 - Security Awareness Education & Accessibility



    Phishing
    Unconscious Bias Training That Works
    Psychological Safety


    239: Accessibility and Sexuality with Eli Holderness

    Management Theory of Frederick Taylor
    Building a Security Culture For Oh Sh*t Moments | Human Layer Security Summit
    Decision Fatigue


    20:58 - Making the Safe Thing Easy



    (in)Secure Development - Why some product teams are great and others aren’t…
    The Swiss Cheese Model of Error Prevention


    22:43 - Awareness; Security Motivation; Behavior and Culture (ABC)



    AIDA: Awareness, Interest, Desire, Action
    Inbound Marketing


    33:34 - Dietary Accessibility; Harm Reduction and Threat Monitoring



    Celiac Disease
    A Beginner’s Guide to a Low FODMAP Diet
    Casin
    DisInfoSec 2021: Kat Sweet - Dietary Accessibility in Tech Workplaces


    Reflections:


    John: Internal teams relating to other internal teams as a marketing issue.


    Casey: Phishing emails cause harm.


    Kat: AIDA: Awareness, Interest, Desire, Action


    Unconscious Bias Training That Works


    The Responsible Communication Style Guide


    This episode was brought to you by @therubyrep of DevReps, LLC. To pledge your support and to join our awesome Slack community, visit patreon.com/greaterthancode


    To make a one-time donation so that we can continue to bring you more content and transcripts like this, please do so at paypal.me/devreps. You will also get an invitation to our Slack community this way as well.


    Transcript:


    PRE-ROLL: Software is broken, but it can be fixed. Test Double’s superpower is improving how the world builds software by building both great software and great teams. And you can help! Test Double is hiring empathetic senior software engineers and DevOps engineers. We work in Ruby, JavaScript, Elixir and a lot more. Test Double trusts developers with autonomy and flexibility at a remote, 100% employee-owned software consulting agency. Looking for more challenges? Enjoy lots of variety while working with the best teams in tech as a developer consultant at Test Double. Find out more and check out remote openings at link.testdouble.com/greater. That’s link.testdouble.com/greater.


    JOHN: Welcome to Episode 263 of Greater Than Code. I'm John Sawers and I'm here with Casey Watts.


    CASEY: Hi, I'm Casey! And we're both here with our guest today, Kat Sweet.


    Hi, Kat.


    KAT: Hi, John! Hi, Casey!


    CASEY: Well, Kat Sweet is a security professional who specializes in security education and engagement. She currently works at HubSpot building out their employee security awareness program, and is also active in their disability ERG, Employee Resource Group. Since 2017, she has served on the staff of the security conference BSides Las Vegas, co-leading their lockpick village. Her other superpower is terrible puns, or, if they're printed on paper—she gave me this one—tearable puns.


    [laughter]


    KAT: Like written paper.


    CASEY: Anyway. Welcome, Kat. So glad to have you.


    KAT: Thanks! I'm happy to be here.


    CASEY: Let's kick it off with our question. What is your superpower and how did you acquire it?


    KAT: [chuckles] Well, as I was saying to both of y’all before this show started, I was thinking I'm going to do a really serious skillful superpower that makes me sound smart because that's what a lot of other people did in theirs. I don't know, something like I'm a connector, or I am good at crosspollination. Then I realized no, [chuckles] like it, or not, terrible puns are my actual superpower.


    [laughter]


    Might as well just embrace it.


    I think as far as where I acquired it, probably a mix of forces. Having a dad who was the king of dad puns certainly helped and actually, my dad's whole extended family is really into terrible puns as well. We have biweekly Zoom calls and they just turn into everyone telling bad jokes sometimes.


    [laughter]


    But I think it also probab

    • 46 min
    262: Faith, Science, Truth, and Vulnerability with Evan Light

    262: Faith, Science, Truth, and Vulnerability with Evan Light

    00:59 - Evans’s Superpower: Talking about topics that aren’t interesting to whomever he’s talking to at the time



    ADHD


    Diagnosing as an Adult
    Adult ADHD Self-Report Scale
    QbCheck: ADHD Self-Check Test
    Why seek a medical diagnosis?
    Almost everything that you know about “Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder” is probably wrong

    Vulnerability


    12:45 - Debugging Oneself, Neuroscience, Meditation



    Debugging Your Brain by Casey Watts
    CBT - Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
    MBCBT - Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
    Search Inside Yourself Program
    Neuroplasticity


    21:57 - The Limitations of Science


    24:54 - The Spiritual Side, Mindfulness, and Meditation



    Buddhism
    Aikido


    Ki Society

    Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse
    Zencasts
    AudioDharma
    Secular Buddhism


    32:03 - Psychological Safety



    Groupthink & Human Dynamics and Teams
    Welcomed Disagreement
    Vulnerability & Accountability
    Unconscious Bias
    Resmaa Menakem: My Grandmother’s Hands: Racialized Trauma and the Pathway to Mending Our Hearts and Bodies


    49:28 - Faith and Science



    Exploring Areas of Disagreement
    Truth
    Disagreement and Conflict


    Radical Candor
    Nonviolent Communication
    Acetaminophen Reduces Social Pain: Behavioral and Neural Evidence



    01:04:08 - Words!



    Think, Know, and Believe; Hope, Want, and Intend: Are these words unique?


    Greater Than Code Twitter Poll Results!

    Replacement Words For “Normal”, “Guys”


    Reflections:


    Damien: The value of being vulnerable.


    Evan: Disagreement leading to deeper discussion. Cultivating more empathy.


    Casey: We can’t usually know what is true, but we can know when something’s false.


    Mae: Think about the ways you are biased and have healing to do. Talking about ways we are not awesome to each other will help us actually be awesome to each other.


    Search Inside Yourself Leadership Institute


    Greater Than Code Episode 248: Developing Team Culture with Andrew Dunkman


    Happy and Effective


    Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse


    Nonviolent Communication


    Conversations For Action


    This episode was brought to you by @therubyrep of DevReps, LLC. To pledge your support and to join our awesome Slack community, visit patreon.com/greaterthancode


    To make a one-time donation so that we can continue to bring you more content and transcripts like this, please do so at paypal.me/devreps. You will also get an invitation to our Slack community this way as well.


    Transcript:


    DAMIEN: Welcome to Episode 262 of Greater Than Code. I’m Damien Burke and I'm joined by Mae Beale.


    MAE: And I'm here with Casey Watts.


    CASEY: Hi, I'm Casey. We're all here with our guest this week, Evan Light.


    EVAN: Hi, I'm Evan Light.


    CASEY: Welcome, Evan.


    Evan has been in the tech field for over 25 years, and has the grey hairs to show for it. Evan was searching for the term “psychological safety” long before it became mainstream — just wishes he had it sooner! Evan prizes growing teams and people by creating empowering environments where people feel free to share their ideas and disagree constructively. He lives in the crunchiest part of the DC area, Tacoma Park, Maryland.


    So glad to have you here, Evan.


    EVAN: Thank you. Glad to be here.


    CASEY: All right, we're going to ask our question we always ask, what is your superpower, Evan and how did you acquire it?


    EVAN: Well, the first thing that came to mind is talking ad nauseam about topics that aren't all that interesting to whoever I'm talking to at the time. And the way I acquired it was being born probably a little bit different with ADHD and I say probably because I still need to prove it concretely that I have ADHD, but I'm working on it.


    DAMIEN: Well, that sounds like a very useful superpower for a podcast guest.


    [laughter]


    EVAN: Well, if you want that guest to take up the whole show, then sure. [laughs]


    MAE: Yes, please. We want – [overtalk]


    DAMIEN: Yeah, that's why you're here.


    EVAN: Well, I do like conversation, that's the

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