Bringing a human slant to the tech industry
How does our Faith drive us? Do you have Faith in yourself and your abilities, and how do you know you're on the right path? Download Here
Mo and Scott share their thoughts and struggle in this cancer diary they started the day after Mo was diagnosed. Download Here
Where does drama come from? How do we react to it? How much drama can be created by simple semicolon? This week we explore The Great Semicolon Affair. Download Here
How many empty brain cells do you have in your head? How capable are you of learning something completely new, and retaining what you already know? Scott and Rob talk to two developers this week who flex their ability to learn to both have fun, and succeed at their career. Download Here
You're so old! What a dinosaur! You're using old software and old languages to do old things! Or are you? Scott and Rob talk to David Sokol, Sean Bamforth and Pete Brown about Fortran, DataFlex and the Commodore 64. Download Here
What do you do when you're not staring at your computer screen? What obsession grips you as you drive home? In this episode we ask David Heinemeier Hansson and Pete Brown this very question. Download Here
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Nailed the feeling of TAL
As a young dev this podcast is amazing insight into what the future may hold. Rob Connor offers a fantastic perspective, great interview guest, and the accompanying music offers the right emotion to tell the story with added sensation. I truly feel connected to the people in this podcast by the way the host humanizes them, even though they are highly skilled and experienced. The storytelling breaks everything down into bite-sized chunks of humanity that we can all, even non-developers, relate to.
I just started listening to developer podcasts and this is by far my favorite. I hope y'all get back to making regular episodes. I'm assuming you stopped because Rob has been traveling. Keep it up guys!
Funny and informative
This is a great podcast not only for dev folks, but even non-dev folks. The content, the music, and the banter between Scott and Rob are really funny.