00:18 - Welcome to "Dread Coder Roberts!" ...we mean, "Greater Than Code!"
01:30 - Noel Rappin's Introduction (Spoiler alert! He's got a Ph.D.!)
08:30 - Code Paths and Tracking Failures
10:59 - What is the quickest path to accepting payments online? Are there drawbacks to getting something up fast? (~ David Bock)
13:17 - Testing Payment Issues
14:29 - Design Patterns and Missing Layers Between Controllers and Models
17:49 - Business Logic and Database Constraints (aka, "Why did he write the book?!")
24:02 - Practices, Problems, and Potential Solutions for Human Resources
29:34 - Team Diversity and Inclusion
*Listener Call to Action: *
Team retrospectives and demonstrating that it is safe to fail.
Noel: The impact of our applications and how they work in real-world context.
David: How can we help introverts feel comfortable?
Coraline: Inspiration to look at teams, meetings, and discussions and see if they are leaving room for everyone to participate equally.
Jessica: We started out talking about accepting payments on the web and we found something greater than code.
Jay: If we want to try to work with the hard stuff, the hardest problems to solve are the things that are greater than code.
Sam: Being, as Jay said, "not just allies, but accomplices."
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