Emily Gorcenski talks about data science, failure modes in software and in democracy, and open data and open science.
Matt Stine joins us for a conversation that starts out about consulting and goes meta about ubiquitous language, metaphors, and microservices.
Laurie Voss joins us to talk about what goes on behind the scenes at NPM, including setting workplace culture, technical hiring, and organizing engineers.
We talk about new ways to organize society around a culture of plenty rather than a culture of scarcity.
Greg Baugues talks about how mental illness affected his life and early career as a software developer. Collectively, we discuss stigma, shame, fear, personal experiences, and coping mechanisms.
Amy Unger joins us to talk about accessing and preserving history, categorizing information, and digital vs human curation.
Diana Larsen joins us to talk about an earlier episode (#28) that we did where we touched on retrospectives and Agile Fluency.
Tom Stuart stopped by to talk about software development over the years, “junior” and “senior” developer nomenclature, good mentorship, and OOP.
Science technology, the influence of science fiction, machine learning, and congruency with Ariel Waldman, Ashe Dryden, and Brad Grzesiak.