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.
In this episode, Janelle Klein, author of Idea Flow, talks about designing releases and best practices, measuring effort, and Agile Fluency.
Rachel Katz, of AngelHack, talks about hackathons and the value of celebrating glorious failure and responding stress and pressure.
Saron Yitbarek stops by to talk about her upcoming Codeland conference. We also talk about nurturing newbies, capitalism, and creating inclusive spaces.
We talk to Tina Lee, CEO of MotherCoders, about changing the culture around gender roles and caregiving, as well as challenging Silicon Valley elitism, sexism, and defining cultural norms.
We discuss teaching programming as a language, what constitutes “real” programming, and digital literacy with Felienne Hermans.