Carina Zona is a developer, advocate and certified sex educator. She spends a lot of time thinking about the unexpected cultural effects of our decisions as programmers. Carina is also the founder of CallbackWomen, which is on a mission to radically increase gender diversity at the podium of professional programmer’s conferences.
May 27th, 2020 | 1 hr 1 min
In this episode, Naomi Ceder & Ewa Jodlawska talk about the Python Software Foundation and speculate what the future of conferences might look like due to the pandemic.
May 6th, 2020 | 56 mins 7 secs
In this episode, Aaron Aldrich joins the show to talk about how everything has a technical aspect, connecting high-performing resilient teams, how a virtual tech conference has actually worked in the wake of COVID-19, and a concept called normalcy theater: maintaining a sense that everything is okay when it’s clearly not.
April 29th, 2020 | 50 mins 32 secs
Co-Conspirator of Ethical Open Source, Tobie Langel talks about open source freedom and technical purity: developer attachment, privacy, security, and flavors of safety, the problems with prioritizing implementers over end-users, and internationalization issues.
April 22nd, 2020 | 1 hr 13 mins
In this episode, PJ Hagerty talks about Developer Relations, having online vs in-person conferences, making conferences both diverse and inclusive, talking about mental health, and conference accessibility.
March 25th, 2020 | 1 hr 6 mins
Eric A. Meyer talks about developing for the long term, diving into the topics of the legacy capability of the web, ethical dimensions, stress cases, and the designated dissenter.
February 26th, 2020 | 42 mins 55 secs
Chris DeMars talks about the importance of web accessibility: why it is so important, responsibility for creating an accessible web, getting your colleagues on board, where to start making changes, and accessibility for varying disabilities.