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The TrilogyBytes podcast is a bi-monthly podcast published by the Engineering Team at Trilogy Education Services. Each episode features conversations that are relevant to today's technology industry. | Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this podcast episode are solely those of the individuals participating and do not necessarily reflect those of Trilogy Education

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The TrilogyBytes podcast is a bi-monthly podcast published by the Engineering Team at Trilogy Education Services. Each episode features conversations that are relevant to today's technology industry. | Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this podcast episode are solely those of the individuals participating and do not necessarily reflect those of Trilogy Education

    006: GatsbyJS with Jason Lengstorf

    006: GatsbyJS with Jason Lengstorf

    Editors Note: Shortly after recording this episode - Jason left his position at GatsbyJS for another opportunity


    Topics in this episode:


    What exactly is Gatsby ?
    Why build another static site generator?
    What are some of the most complex use cases you’ve seen Gatsby used for?
    Why React for Gatsby, why not
    And More!

    Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this podcast episode are solely those of the individuals participating and do not necessarily reflect those of Trilogy Education

    005: Web Accessibility Tips & Tricks with Liza and Drew

    005: Web Accessibility Tips & Tricks with Liza and Drew

    Topics in this episode:



    What is web accessibility
    What are the different levels of web accessibility?
    Who exactly are accessible users?
    Do it in house or work with an agency?
    Things you can do in your code today to help you be accessible
    Tools you can use to help in your quest to an accessible web app / site
    Justin and Drew remember fond memories of handsetting type…


    Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this podcast episode are solely those of the individuals participating and do not necessarily reflect those of Trilogy Education

    004: Mark Thompson - Instructional Quality & The Next Big Thing

    004: Mark Thompson - Instructional Quality & The Next Big Thing

    Topics in this episode:



    Origin of the Power Clap?
    What’s the hardest thing about being an educator in the Tech space?
    What’s your favorite student success story?
    How do your values show up in your work?
    Tell me about a time you’ve failed
    How do you stay up to date tech wise?
    What are you curious about right now?
    Is Machine Learning the next Node.js?
    Mark has his own podcast!


    Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this podcast episode are solely those of the individuals participating and do not necessarily reflect those of Trilogy Education

    003: What Makes A Senior Software Engineer?

    003: What Makes A Senior Software Engineer?

    You’ve done it - you’ve landed a developer job, you’re doing great work and now you’re looking for the next logical career step - which begs the question “How do you go from Engineer to Sr. Engineer” - today we’ll be joined by some technology leaders to disucss what they look for and expect in Sr. level candidates.


    Topics in this episode:


    What was your path from Engineer to Sr. Engineer?
    Job Descriptions are stupid - but if you were to describe what a Sr. Engineer does - what would that be?
    Should Sr. Engineers have direct reports or just architect code? Or both?
    What tips/tricks/examples would you have for current Sr. Engineers or folks looking to make the jump to a Sr. role?


    Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this podcast episode are solely those of the individuals participating and do not necessarily reflect those of Trilogy Education

    002: Developer Interviews - Thoughts, tips, and memorable interviews

    002: Developer Interviews - Thoughts, tips, and memorable interviews

    In this episode we speak to three developers that spend a lot of time interviewing other developers. I’ll pick their brains for tips, tricks and general advice for anyone trying to ace a developer interview.


    We also answer a super important question: “Why are man-hole covers round?”


    Topics in this episode:



    What’s your most memorable developer interview? Either as an interviewer or an interviewee?
    Have you ever been in an interview that you knew you failed?
    What should developers going on their first interview expect / what tips do you have
    Most importantly what makes you say “YES” to a candidate that your interviewing?

    Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this podcast episode are solely those of the individuals participating and do not necessarily reflect those of Trilogy Education

    001: Women In Technology - Round Table

    001: Women In Technology - Round Table

    In this week’s episode - our first of several “Women In Technology” conversations - we talk to several amazing women working in the technology space here at Trilogy Education.


    Our conversation goes from gender bias, to motherhood/working mothers, to tips for young women just starting their career in tech.


    Topics in this episode:



    Did you always know that working in technology was what you wanted to do? If not - how did you get into it?
    Do you feel like you’ve ever been in a situation where your gender has affected your career? Or how you’ve been perceived or treated?
    Why do you think that we have a divide in technology today between men / women?
    How could the technology industry be more inclusive for women?
    What advice would you give to a woman considering a career in the tech industry? What do you wish you had known?

    Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this podcast episode are solely those of the individuals participating and do not necessarily reflect those of Trilogy Education

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