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Writing your own narrative & using code strategically w/ Tom Critchlow

Tom Critchlow and I talk about strategic independent work, writing your own narrative through experiments, and finding your squad.

Content creation & strategy w/ Stephanie Morillo

product manager and content strategist, Stephanie Morillo. Who's also the author of the developer's guide, the content creation and the developer's guide to book publishing, teaches us about creating more engaging content and more useful documentation.

Inhumane software is causing a physician shortage w/ Lauren O'Meara

In this episode, Lauren and I discuss how terrible software creates problems in the medical industry, and how we can all write more humane software for the people we serve.

Debunking Recruiter Myths - AMA with Taylor Desseyn

In thefirst ever "Ask Me Anything" episode, you get to hear me grill Taylor Desseyn with your questions about how the recruitment industry works, and how you can leverage it to your advantage.

Working at big vs. small companies & finding your tribe w/ Bobby Burden

I talk with Bobby Burden about the differences between working at large companies vs small ones, and how to connect with local developers even though we can't go to meetups right now.

The 4 Fundamentals of Sales w/ Liston Witherill

Liston Witherill and I discuss the sales fundamentals every developer needs to be aware of: Agendas, probing questions, knowing your value, and telling stories of change.

How writing code is hindering your career w/ Erik Dietrich

Erik Dietrich and I decode the corporate hierarchy, why software developers get stuck in the bottom, and how you can cross over to the other side.

The Secret Skills of Productive Programmers w/ Itamar Turner-Truaring

What separates the good developers from the great ones? How can you be sure you're working on the right thing, right now. Itamar Turner-Trauring, trainer and author of The Secret Skills of Productive Programmers, is here to share the unique way he tackles problems to waste the least amount of time.

Cultivating expertise by writing daily w/ Philip Morgan

If you write and publish every day for four years, how would that change your business? How would it change you? Philip Morgan did just that, and we talk about the impact of his daily writing habit, and how he keeps it up.

[FIXED] Stop, collaborate, get paid - Fearless Salary Negotiation w/ Josh Doody

I welcome Josh Doody, author of Fearless Salary Negotiation, onto the show. We talk about determining your market value, why you shouldn't ever be scared to negotiate an offer, and how COVID-19 has affected the job market for software developers.

Stop, collaborate, get paid - Fearless Salary Negotiation w/ Josh Doody

I welcome Josh Doody, author of Fearless Salary Negotiation, onto the show. We talk about determining your market value, why you shouldn't ever be scared to negotiate an offer, and how COVID-19 has affected the job market for software developers.

Positioning yourself as a strategist w/ Austin L. Church

Austin L. Church is a writer and brand strategist. He and his wife live with their three professional mistake makers in Knoxville, Tennessee. After getting laid off during the recession back in 2009, Austin accidentally started his own freelance writing business, which eventually led him to selling an array of creative services, then developing iOS apps, then co-founding a tech startup, and then starting a branding and marketing studio called Balernum. AustinLChurch.com is where Austin shares what he has learned about earning six figures as a freelancer. His business growth course, FreelanceCake.com, teaches freelancers and consultants a proven framework for making more money and enjoying more freedom at the same time.

Marketing yourself & your products by learning in public w/ Shawn Wang

Hot off the launch of his new book, Shawn sits down to talk with me about personal marketing via working in public. We go into detail about how he wrote a book with the most insane bibliography you've ever seen and made $25,000 on launch day.

The right & wrong ways to pitch ideas at work w/ Jason Swett

The best idea doesn't always win. You have to understand someone and build a relationship with them before they'll listen. Jason Swett, host of the Rails with Jason podcast, and I talk about ways to pitch ideas that'll get people to listen.

Shipping dozens of websites w/ Ryan Maynard

How many domains have you bought and done nothing with? In today's episode, Ryan Maynard and I explore how finishing projects, even joke ones, can help you develop the skills needed to get your work out into the world and overcome the fear of launching a new product.

How software can be racist (and what you can do to stop it.)

The first two episodes, and the following three, were all recording before the protests over George Floyd's death began in the United States. I imagine that the content of those episodes would have been different if they were recorded later. I wanted to clarify that neither my guests nor I were trying to be silent or to ignore the current conversation about the treatment of black people in America. In today's episode, I dive into how racism can influence software design, and what you can do about it.

Writing code & wrangling cats - from developer to manager and back w/ Marilyn Cole

Marilyn and I discuss moving from developer to manager, and what managers can do to help their team learn and grow.

Macchiato Moments - how miscommunication dooms software projects w/ Morgan Lopes

How can we avoid miscommunications between technical and non-technical people that cause software projects to fail? Software engineer and entrepreneur Morgan Lopes is here to help us try and figure it out.

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