Developing stories about how developers got into developing.
TDS 81 - From Bootcamp to DevRel - Danny Ramos
Comedian, software developer, and future chess icon. Developer Relations Engineer at New Relic and Chaparral High School Homecoming King 2010.
TDS 80 - Making Developer Content with Ali Spittel
There is a demand for developer content and currently a race to buy more stuff to make that content. I join Api Spittel in discussing if you indeed need a multi-thousand dollar setup for Zoom calls? We also chat tips for getting started with content creation.
TDS 79 - From Factory work to Developer Work - Will Johnson
Will Johnson is a former factory worker who transitions to learning code. He now works with the egghead community putting on events. Join us in learning his story on how he made his way into tech and built a network while doing it.
TDS 78 I Am Done With Doing Developer Relations
I am noticing a trend with DevRel teams changing how they work. There are more YouTube videos and less conference. The whole game is changing and I am changing with it. I am not quitting, but I am refocusing on new areas.
TDS 77 Is Clubhouse Hurting the Developer Community?
Clubhouse feels like the shiny new gatekeeper -- intentionally excluding folks without the means or connections to get in.
Is this new platform an opportunity for developers to connect while the pandemic is still here or are we perpetuating the gatekeeping that prevents access for underprivileged developers?
TDS 76 - Early Adoption Developer
In this episode, I'm going to focus on comparing two continuous delivery platforms. My recommendation as you find platforms to host on is to try the new ones and some side projects on there, some side projects, uh, as you build and grow them. This will support your growth as an engineer as you grow with them.
Starting a journey of learning web development. I'm excited to come across this podcast. Ready to learn and be entertained. Excellent show!
Love this. I learn so much. Brilliant podcasting. Encouraging.
I really like the reviews of Developers and how they get into programming. Keep it up :)