A caffeinated podcast about making and fixing mistakes in code.
Season 2, Episode 7: Andrea Goulet and Naomi Ceder
A portal outage won't stop Andrea Goulet and Naomi Ceder from coming into the café for coffee and conversation.
Listen in as they discuss empathy in open source software development.
Season 2, Episode 6: Mikolaj Pawlikowski
A little chaos is a wonderful thing. Miko Pawlikowski chats about chaos engineering, and how breaking things
deliberately can actually make your code more stable. So how do you engineer this chaos in a helpful way, and
how can you get buy-in from your manager and clients? Also, what's with the coffee today? Tune in to find out!
Season 2, Episode 5: Lily Mara
Lily Mara pops into a slightly-more-chaotic-than-usual café to talk about Rust, and it's a far cry from the usual
"let's rewrite everything" you may be expecting. While she chats with Bojan and Jason about refactoring to Rust,
Jess and Annie try to figure out how to make the most of the latest magical glitch.
Season 2, Episode 4: Max Guernsey III
Max Guernsey III stops in to discuss requirement writing, motion over progress, and how to prevent bugs, rather than fix
them. How is that even possible? How is scrum involved? And what is the unicorn getting Bojan for his birthday? Listen in
for these answers and more.
Season 2, Episode 3: Marco Faella
Despite the crimes against pizza being committed by the unicorn, Marco Faella comes by the café to discuss seven
principles for making code better. Is it possible that software can be truly good? Can code golfing make you a
better developer? Will the ANSI committee ban pineapple on pizza forever? Listen for the answers, and way too
Season 2, Episode 2: Felienne Hermans
Programmers learn by doing, right? Felienne Hermans chats with Bojan and Jason about how READING code may actually be even
more important. So why it's so hard to understand someone else's code? The answer may be found somewhere between Shakespeare,
trombones, and your ABCs. Now if Annie and Jess can only get the patrons to stop hacking their new robot...