01:24 - Saron’s Superpower: Being able to figure out what people need + read people.
02:26 - Codeland Conference
July 22nd, 2019 in New York City!
03:23 - Offering Free Onsite Childcare at Conferences
07:02 - CodeNewbie
08:18 - Expertise in Newbie-ism
14:55 - Learning and Teaching
22:27 - Encouraging Asking, Psychological Safety, and Being Comfortable with Being Uncomfortable
29:48 - Building a Supportive Community and Advice for Code Newbies
34:12 - Dealing with Bad Actors
42:35 - Coding as a Reflection of People
49:23 - Lexicon and Creating a Shared Language
Chanté: Everyone is a Newbie, and the living room metaphor.
Rein: How much ego investment in our work is appropriate?
Arty: Growing the magical living room.
Saron: Thinking about mitigation speech.
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