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Feel like you’re hitting a wall with your existing software projects? You're not alone. On the Maintainable software podcast, we speak with seasoned practitioners who have worked past the problems often associated with technical debt and legacy code. In each episode, our guests will share stories and outline tangible, real-world approaches to software challenges. In turn, you'll uncover new ways of thinking about how to improve your software project's maintainability. We're in this together. ...
 
The Follow Me out of Debt podcast is an easily-digestible show that's brought to you once a week, every week. Tom has taken the advice from well-known authors and show hosts, including Dave Ramsey, Clark Howard, and others - and is combining this into his own personal strategies to show you what works (and what doesn't) to get out of debt and get into prosperity.
 
A fun and exciting personal finance podcast that gets to the point! Join Personal Finance Expert and Educator, Matthew Siwiec as he explores what matters to you and investigates how current events will affect your finances. With a Canadian focus and short episodes, we’ll venture through topics like budgeting, debt, investing, housing, retirement, and much more. We’ll also directly answer questions from you the listener! Simply email info@ffcoach.ca or visit www.ffcoach.ca See you in the digi ...
 
SimpleLeadership specifically focuses on improving the craft of software engineering leadership. As a VP of Engineering & CTO I am acutely aware of the lack of good resources available for new and existing software engineering managers. SimpleLeadership is designed for both new and experienced software & technology managers who want to build high-performing teams, better motivate & mentor their employees, reduce attrition and advance their career. It is for people who want to go beyond just ...
 
The Solomon Success podcast is dedicated to the timeless wisdom of King Solomon and the Book of Proverbs in order to maximize one’s business and life. To our advantage, we can find King Solomon’s financial strategies in addition to many life philosophies documented in biblical scriptures. Focusing on these enduring fundamentals of success allows us to bypass the “get-rich-quick” schemes that cause many to stumble on their journey toward success. Our concern is not only spiritual in nature, b ...
 
Join Jordan and Joe from Buffer as they talk, tackle and dissect all sorts of topics about software engineering in a fully remote and distributed company. In this podcast, they'll cover all of the challenges modern companies face when creating software, how to do it on a team that spans the globe and several timezones and lessons learned along the way creating Buffer. Enjoy hearing from developers across all of Buffer's engineering teams such as data, infrastructure, web, iOS and Android as ...
 
Intermediate iOS with Swift is a weekly podcast about the swift programming language. Each week Tiago and Lewis tackle a problem one of them has faced that week regarding the applications they are working on. The podcast is aimed at intermediate swift developers looking to explore concepts further. Tiago https://twitter.com/martinho_t Lewis https://twitter.com/lewisjamesblack Thanks Matt for the logo! https://birchtree.me/blog/some-very-swifty-wallpapers/
 
If you’ve ever thought to yourself how you can start making videos, what camera you should buy, how you can make your videos look better, where you should host your videos, or how you can shoot and edit videos faster, this is the podcast for you. I'll share everything I've learned about making videos for the web the past few years and help you determine whether video can actually help you grow your business and how it would do so. You’ll also hear from many web video personalities that are s ...
 
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Join as we take a deep dive into how those working from home can now claim their home expenses! Simple Money Podcast - Canada's Own Personal Finance Podcast Email: info@ffcoach.ca Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/SimpleMoneyPodcast Show Notes: https://www.ffcoach.ca/taxes/work-from-home-expenses-a-detailed-look/…
 
New Year, New Goals, Same proven asset class! Jason Hartman invites you to celebrate with him another fantastic year of prosperity for all real estate investors practicing some of Hartman’s proven investment techniques. Following the celebration, we must look for the “what next” plan or goal. How do you build your goals? Do you write them down? Do …
 
Robby speaks with Michael Springer, Software Engineer at JazzHR. They discuss the importance (and challenge) of naming things in your code, how to adopt a package vetting procedure as a team, and strategies to simplify comprehension for new team members. Michael also shares the long-term impact on all dependencies and their dependencies. Helpful Li…
 
How do you build an engineering team of A-players? What does a well-rounded high-performing team look like? Why is engineering for impact more important than solving hard problems? In a world where engineers are looking to pad their resume and solve cutting-edge problems, Ashish Aggarwal shares the one thing that is far more important: solving your…
 
Robby speaks with Jason Swett, Software Engineer at Meadows Eye. They discuss the value of understandability, differences between loose and tight coupling in code, and creating a shared vision as a team. Jason also discusses how teams struggle to retain quality engineers and how to teach testing to Ruby on Rails developers. Helpful Links Jason on T…
 
Robby speaks with Sudhir Reddy, VP of Engineering at Chef / Progress. They discuss what Sudhir calls "legacy debt", some challenges of managing open source projects with over 500 Github repositories, and how Chef built cohesive governance and EOL programs for open source contributions. Sudhir also shares advice for developers who are looking for a …
 
In this episode, we talk about how to build tech for social justice, with Alex Qin, co-founder and CEO of Emergent Works. Alex talks about the challenges she had to face being a woman in tech, how shaving her head caused people to treat her with more respect and launched her on a path toward social justice, and her company’s first in-house app, Not…
 
Jason Hartman discusses with Rabbi Moffic the successes and fears of Moffic's short-term-rental (STR) purchase, taking place at the outset of the pandemic. The STR market was divided into great success and great struggle through the coronavirus pandemic. The automobile once changed how we lived. As we move into a period where cars are self-driving,…
 
Within the Engineering team at Buffer we have several front-end teams working on different parts of the product. Whilst it is important to create a space for continued learning for these teams, there are also a lot of shared goals. To ensure that these teams are able to collaborate on these goals, frequent gatherings take place to create a space to…
 
Robby speaks with Monica Lent, Software Engineer, Founder, Speaker, and Travel + Technical blogger. They discuss the importance of clear boundaries between teams, Monica's participation in the 12 startups in 12 months challenge, and why it is okay to say "I don't (yet) have an opinion on that." Monica also shares advice for developers on coming up …
 
In this episode, we talk about .NET with Maria Naggaga, Senior Program Manager at Microsoft for .NET interactive and ASP.NET. Maria talks about how coding was actually a great path because of her dyslexia, what .NET is, what it’s good for and what the learning curve is to use it effectively. Show Links TwilioQuest (sponsor) DevDiscuss (sponsor) Dev…
 
Adam worked at Saltside from 2014-2018. These episode tell the story for how events created a ground up, big-bang rewrite from 2014 through 2015. This is a five part series. Small Batches will back back in 2021. Free Resources New! One Month Software Delivery Dojo DevOps Email Course Project to Product Email Course Continuous Improvement Pocket Gui…
 
For the last podcast of 2020 here at WatersTechnology, Wei-Shen speaks with Likhit Wagle, general manager of global banking at IBM, about how financial firms are approaching cloud and containerization technologies. 5:00 Likhit joins the podcast and opens by explaining how banks should approach their cloud strategies. 13:00 He then discusses IBM Clo…
 
Adam worked at Saltside from 2014-2018. These episode tell the story for how events created a ground up, big-bang rewrite from 2014 through 2015. This is a five part series. Small Batches will back back in 2021. Free Resources New! One Month Software Delivery Dojo DevOps Email Course Project to Product Email Course Continuous Improvement Pocket Gui…
 
Holiday Special Alert! Way To Support Small Businesses. Simple Money Podcast - Canada's Own Personal Finance Podcast Email: info@ffcoach.ca Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/SimpleMoneyPodcast Show Notes: https://www.ffcoach.ca/covid-19/supporting-small-businesses---holiday-special/By Matthew Siwiec, CFP - Personal Finance Coach and Expert
 
Adam worked at Saltside from 2014-2018. These episode tell the story for how events created a ground up, big-bang rewrite from 2014 through 2015. This is a five part series. Small Batches will back back in 2021. Free Resources New! One Month Software Delivery Dojo DevOps Email Course Project to Product Email Course Continuous Improvement Pocket Gui…
 
Adam worked at Saltside from 2014-2018. These episode tell the story for how events created a ground up, big-bang rewrite from 2014 through 2015. This is a five part series. Small Batches will back back in 2021. Free Resources New! One Month Software Delivery Dojo DevOps Email Course Project to Product Email Course Continuous Improvement Pocket Gui…
 
Episode Notes Robby speaks with Trae Robrock, Software Developer Engineer at GoDaddy. They discuss why readability matters (and how Ruby on Rails aligns well with this), the importance of implementing good team processes and communication channels, and the differences between explicit and non-explicit tradeoffs. Trae also share stories of successfu…
 
Adam worked at Saltside from 2014-2018. These episode tell the story for how events created a ground up, big-bang rewrite from 2014 through 2015. This is a five part series. Small Batches will back back in 2021. Free Resources New! One Month Software Delivery Dojo DevOps Email Course Project to Product Email Course Continuous Improvement Pocket Gui…
 
In this episode, we talk about how to stay motivated and get your first job, with Danny Thompson, software engineer at Frontdoor and the chapter founder and organizer of GDG Memphis, a meetup for providing resources and supporting developers along their careers. Danny talks about going from gas station fry cook to developer, how to maintain drive a…
 
Jon Thornton worked at some small companies in NYC before he ended up at Squarespace. He’s been able to build a new product and new team—their email marketing product. He launched that and has since been supporting other products. Throughout his career, he’s learned how to manage technical debt. What is the difference between technical debt and goo…
 
Jay W. Richards is an Assistant Research Professor in the Busch School of Business and Fellow of the Institute for Human Ecology at The Catholic University of America. Jay W. Richards talks with Jason Hartman about a few areas of poor practice when dealing with COVID-19. He breaks down how some of the panic began and was then exacerbated by the med…
 
This week, John Lin, founder and now chairman of Grasshopper, a Singaporean prop-trading firm, joins Wei-Shen on the podcast. They talk about his experience as a trader, why he left, and the projects he’s working on now. 4:00 John joins the podcast and talks about travel challenges during the pandemic. 8:00 John talks about his experiences in the o…
 
Robby speaks with Mark Erikson, Software Engineer at Northrop Grumman and Redux Maintainer. They discuss common characteristics of well-maintained software code, documentation best practices, and advice for developers on how to begin contributing to open source projects. Helpful Links Mark on Twitter Mark on LinkedIn Mark's Blog Redux Site Divio Si…
 
Adam welcomes Alex Hidalgo to the show. Alex is the Principal Site Reliability Engineer at Nobl9 and author of Implementing Service Level Objectives. Adam & Alex discuss the ins-and-outs of SLOs. It's assumed you are already familiar with the basic concepts of SLIs & SLOs so please listen to the previous episode (linked below) before listening to t…
 
In this episode, we talk Typescript with Dan Vanderkam, principal software engineer at Sidewalk Labs, and author of Effective TypeScript. Dan talks about the difference between working on a personal project versus a project at scale, what typescript is, and how it can help you once you move to those larger projects. Show Links TwilioQuest (sponsor)…
 
Looking at the recently announced affordable childcare program, new taxes, and more! Simple Money Podcast - Canada's Own Personal Finance Podcast Email: info@ffcoach.ca Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/SimpleMoneyPodcast Show Notes: https://www.ffcoach.ca/federal-budget/affordable-childcare-taxes-and-more…
 
This week, two bank technology executives join the podcast to discuss what’s driving innovation in the capital markets during a pandemic, and the challenges that lie ahead. Before that, Wei-Shen incorrectly calls this Episode 222. In her defense, she's under two-week quarantine. Let's get to the show!Joerg Landsch: Head of Innovation, Americas, Deu…
 
Robby speaks with Bonnie Brennan, Angular GDE and Founder of Angular Nation. They discuss the importance of keeping things modular, avoiding large files, and embracing DRY. Bonnie also shares her journey as a single mom and making a career change in her 30s, along with tips on how to ask for help within technical communities. Helpful Links Bonnie o…
 
Adam welcomes Keith Pitt to the show. Keith Pitt is the founder as CTO of Buildkite.com. Buildkite is CI/CD platform. Adam invited Keith on the show to discuss software delivery inside a company building software delivery tools. It turns out that Buildkite has a fearless continuous deployment pipeline. So listeners, if you need a software delivery …
 
In this episode, we talk about learning to code when you’re older, with Allison Sheridan, creator of the NosillaCast Mac Podcast, and former IT Fellow at Raytheon. Allison talks about why she picked up coding in her retirement, her challenges and successes on her coding journey, as well as her tips for learning. Show Links TwilioQuest (sponsor) Dev…
 
Ways to protect your household's finances and what happens if a marriage or common-law partnership breaks down. Simple Money Podcast - Canada's Own Personal Finance Podcast info@ffcoach.ca Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/SimpleMoneyPodcast Show Notes: https://www.ffcoach.ca/family/marriage-common-law-pt-2…
 
Robby speaks with Khaled Souf, Software Crafter and Software Coach at Zenika Montreal. They discuss the importance of tracking down dead code and deleting it, the benefits of a reliable automated test suite, and Khaled's journey of becoming a coach. Helpful Links Khaled on Twitter Khaled on LinkedIn Khaled's Website [Book Recommendation] Thinking i…
 
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