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At CodeSandbox, we are working hard to enable any creator to build and share their ideas with code. On The CodeSandbox Podcast, we'll introduce you to the best and brightest from our community, show you how people use CodeSandbox for a number of different tasks, and explore the more human side of open source than the purely technical.

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At CodeSandbox, we are working hard to enable any creator to build and share their ideas with code. On The CodeSandbox Podcast, we'll introduce you to the best and brightest from our community, show you how people use CodeSandbox for a number of different tasks, and explore the more human side of open source than the purely technical.

    Hiring and Onboarding (with Siddharth Kshetrapal)

    Hiring and Onboarding (with Siddharth Kshetrapal)

    Hiring new employees is a challenging process for any tech company. With CodeSandbox, you can run remote technical interviews and set coding challenges. These methods let you dive deeper with candidates and see how they assess problems, approach solutions, and work with code.

    For our season finale, we’re talking to one of our team members Siddharth Kshetrapal — Sid, for short — about working at big companies versus small startups, the art of conducting interviews, and how to make a good start at a new company.

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    Visit codesandbox.io/podsurvey to take the survey. It should only take a few minutes, and your input will really help us. We would love to hear from you!

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    Developer Relations (with Peggy Rayzis and Hui Jing Chen)

    Developer Relations (with Peggy Rayzis and Hui Jing Chen)

    The key to success for any developer relations program is removing friction from getting started with and using your product. With CodeSandbox you can skip the setup steps and code and deliver better experiences for developers that will grow your community.

    There’s a lot to cover, so we have two guests this week! First, there's Peggy Rayzis, the engineering manager over the developer experience org at Apollo, which includes the devrel and education teams. Later on, we talk with Jing Chen, a front-end developer at Shopify and a former developer advocate at Nexmo. We discuss how her work as a community organizer, a developer, and a developer advocate prepared her for developer relations.

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    We want to know what you think about our new podcasts, so we've put together a survey to get your feedback!

    Visit codesandbox.io/podsurvey to take the survey. It should only take a few minutes, and your input will really help us. We would love to hear from you!

    Thank you!

    Learning (with Kent C. Dodds)

    Learning (with Kent C. Dodds)

    As new web technologies emerge and evolve, sometimes the best way to learn is to take a hands-on approach. No one knows this better than our guest for this episode, Kent C. Dodds.

    Kent is a JavaScript software engineer and full-time web development educator who has taught hundreds of thousands of people how to make the world a better place with quality software. We talked about his transition into working for himself, his philosophies behind teaching and learning, and how he balances and maintains all the educational content he creates.

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    We want to know what you think about our new podcasts, so we've put together a survey to get your feedback!

    Visit codesandbox.io/podsurvey to take the survey. It should only take a few minutes, and your input will really help us. We would love to hear from you!

    Thank you!

    Collaboration (with John Lindquist)

    Collaboration (with John Lindquist)

    Collaboration, especially when it comes to coding environments, can be really tricky. How do you make it so that people can work together easily, whether it's asynchronously or in real time? This week on The CodeSandbox Podcast, we're talking to someone who knows all about collaboration.

    Our guest is John Lindquist, co-founder of Egghead.io. We talked with him about how we went from creating video tutorials on YouTube to building the entire platform that is Egghead today. John also shared how he onboards new instructors, collaborates with developers, and gave us a preview of his latest project.

    Open Source (with Elizabet Oliveira)

    Open Source (with Elizabet Oliveira)

    Maintaining open source projects can be fulfilling, but can also be time-consuming and stressful. Luckily, CodeSandbox provides open source maintainers the tools they need to improve documentation, handle bug reports, and test more efficiently.

    This week, host Sara Vieira talks with Elizabet Oliveira, a senior product designer at Elastic. Listen as Elizabet talks about her journey from being a musician to working in tech, the value of design systems, and how open source projects helped her career.

    Prototyping (with Charlie Gerard)

    Prototyping (with Charlie Gerard)

    On this first episode of The CodeSandbox Podcast, we're looking at prototyping. Prototyping allows you to test ideas earlier, iterate more, and create better products. Whether it's a static website, a component, or a full-stack web app, prototyping is extremely important when it comes to project development.

    Our guest this week is Charlie Gerard, senior front-end developer at Netlify and author of Practical Machine Learning in JavaScript. We'll talk with her about machine learning, tech talks, and the process behind prototyping for side projects.

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