Thinking of pursuing a career as a programmer? Lee Warrick and Edwin Otero explore what it's like to break into the Tech field as junior developers as well as how to stay up-to-date on new technology.
Learning AWS with Hiroko Nishimura
Hiroko Nishimura joins us to talk about learning AWS as a newbie.
JAMstack and portfolio projects with Colby Fayock
Colby Fayock joins us to talk about JAMstack, teaching, and React projects you can make for a portfolio.
Are we suffering from survivorship bias?
We recommend code boot camps as a valid path into Tech often, but we're both boot camp success stories. Are we unfairly biased?
Two-year Developers. A 2020 Recap
We've been developers for over two years! Hear how things have changed for us in 2020 and beyond.
Roy Jossfolk returns to talk SEO for devs
Roy Jossfolk returns this week to talk about practical SEO for developers.
Sam Julien sheds light on Developer Advocacy roles
Sam Julien returns this week to talk about what it's like to be a developer advocate.
Great developer insights
This is a great podcast to listen to and not only for junior developers. There are great informative topics that I have learned a lot from. This is the perfect podcast for people wanting to get an idea of how the development community works, how to land a job and keep learning. Other topics focus on new technologies you may be wanting to implement on your projects, financial tips and psyche for developers. Thanks Lee and Edwin.
This show is great. They’re clear and insightful. They don’t waste your time with fluff. They get right to the important topics that software devs need to hear about. I don’t know Edwin, but Lee has personally taken the time to offer me advice concerning my career. I think it speaks to Lee’s sincerity in helping people to help some random dude who reached out to him. I can’t recommend this podcast enough.
Insightful, Helpful, Excellent
Great insights that you can apply to your job, or job search. The discussions are balanced, ranging from broad to specific. Love all the useful information/experience you guys are discussing in an honest way. Keep it up!