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Hear from inspiring developers about how they found meaningful and fulfilling work that that also pays them well. On the #StoriesByScrimba Podcast, you'll hear motivational advice and job-hunting strategies from developers who've been exactly where you are now. We talk to developers about their challenges, learnings, and switching industries in the hopes of inspiring YOU. This is the podcast that provides the inspiration, tools, and roadmaps to move from where you are to work that matters to ...
 
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Trustworthy AI is an essential resource on artificial intelligence ethics for business, government, and society at-large. In her book, Beena Ammanath draws from her extensive experience across several industries and sectors in data, analytics and AI, the latest research and case studies, and the pressing questions and concerns business leaders and …
 
🎙 About the episode Meet Kynnedy 🇺🇸! She recently made history as the first student who found a job through Scrimba's Discord! She originally wanted to be an air traffic controller, but ended up working in hospitality. After she became a mom, Kynnedy decided on a career change. And she succeeded! 🎉 In this episode, you'll get handy tips on how to l…
 
My blog: https://nicolalindgren.com Twitter: @NicolaLindgren How Can I Test This? https://leanpub.com/howcanitestthis Starting Your Software Testing Career: https://leanpub.com/startinginsoftwaretesting (paperback can be bought on Amazon) Testing With Charles Proxy Blog series : https://nicolalindgren.com/2022/01/17/testing-with-charles-proxy-part-…
 
This episode originally aired on Software Engineering Radio. A few topics covered Building on top of open source Forking their GoTrue dependency Relying on Postgres features like row level security Adding realtime support based on Postgres's write ahead log Generating an API layer based on the database schema with PostgREST Creating separate EC2 in…
 
🎙 About the episode Meet Kevin Powell 🇨🇦! Kevin is a CSS Evangelist and educator. He makes weekly YouTube videos, streams on twitch, writes articles, and teaches courses. His mission is to show new developers that CSS is fun and teach them how it works... and why it works the way it does. In this episode, you'll learn how not to get frustrated with…
 
Appsmith is the first open-source low code tool that helps developers build dashboards and admin panels very quickly. Scott talks to Arpit Mohan about how some things in software engineering are overengineering and YAGNI - you aren't gonna need it! Maybe the solution is far simpler than you'd think it is. http://www.appsmith.com…
 
🎙 About the episode Meet Anthony 🇳🇱! Anthony worked as a Guest Experience Teamleader at the Sea Life aquarium in Scheveningen, where he got his feet wet in the world of the web by helping set up and manage the aquarium's new website. Web development enticed him with its unlimited possibilities and he quickly realized he wanted to do it as a job. In…
 
Considered an open-source cross platform spiritual successor to WPF, Avalonia provides a familiar developer experience allowing you to leverage years of pre-existing knowledge and investments! Scott talks to Dan Walmsley about the project and their goals. https://www.avaloniaui.net - website + docs https://github.com/AvaloniaUI/Avalonia - github ht…
 
Meet Austin Henline 🇺🇸! Austin works at LinkedIn and has reviewed more than 1200 LinkedIn profiles. In this episode, Austin teaches you how to make your LinkedIn profile discoverable to companies. 🔗 Connect with Austin 👨🏻‍💼 LinkedIn 🐦 Twitter ⏰ Timestamps Introduction (0:00) Coming soon... 🧰 Resources mentioned Coming soon... ⭐️ Leave a Review If y…
 
Patterns.dev is free book on design patterns and component patterns for building powerful web apps with vanilla JavaScript and React. Lydia Hallie is a full-time software engineering consultant and educator that primarily works with JavaScript, React, Node, GraphQL, and serverless technologies and Addy Osmani is an engineering manager working on Go…
 
🎙 About the episode Meet Jefferson Tang 🇦🇺! Being a doctor is one of the most prestigious jobs out there, but Jefferson's coding itch would not go away! Enoramoured with web3 and the unlimited possibilities, Jefferson learned to code using a Web3 Bootcamp and Scrimba's Frontend Developer Career path. Now he works as a full-time developer at a Decen…
 
Scott talks to PagerDuty's Stevenson Jean-Pierre about the art and science of Site Reliability Engineering. What's the role of the SRE in today's modern DevOps lifecycle? How do they interaction and share ownership (and uptime!) of your apps and sites? Who carries the pager in 2022?By Scott Hanselman
 
🎙 About the episode Meet Ian Douglas 🇺🇸🇨🇦! Ian has been in the industry for 26 years and in this episode, imparts his wisdom about how stand out then succeed at technical interviews to you. 🔗 Connect with Ian 👨🏻‍💼 LinkedIn 🌐 Website 🐦 Twitter ⏰ Timestamps Introduction (0:00) Removing the stigma from the interview process (01:39) Why technical inter…
 
Kiki Prottsman is a multihyphenate! Computer Science Educator, Artist, Author of several books, and above all, engineer, Kiki has been helping young developers level up with computers for as long as she can remember. Scott talks to Kiki about how kids learn, the importance of Systems Thinking, the fact that coding with Blocks is not given enough re…
 
Meet Ineza Bonté 🇨🇦🇷🇼! After completing #100DaysOfCode and building a beautiful portfolio, Ineza got his foot in the door by recording a charming "why you should hire me" video. As you might expect, it wasn't all smooth sailing. Ineza struggled with rejection in the early days but his persistence paid off when he was finally hired as a Junior Devel…
 
Jason Swett is the author of the Complete Guide to Rails Testing. We covered Jason's experience with testing while building relatively small Ruby on Rails applications. Our conversation applies to just about any language or framework so don't worry if you aren't familiar with Rails. A few topics covered: - Listen to advice but be aware of its conte…
 
In this episode Scott talks to developer Anthony Shaw about Pyjion (pronounced "Pidgeon" like the bird) a JIT compiler for Python that uses .NET Core technology for speed! We discuss the concept of JIT'ers in general, look at the Python JIT ecosystem, and explore the work that Anthony is doing to make Python as fast as possible by any means necessa…
 
Meet Scott Hanselman 🇺🇸! Scott has been coding for 30 years, blogging for 20, and podcasting for 16. He helps new developers learn to code and find success in their tech career so they, too, can have long and happy tech careers. In this episode, Scott reflects on his career to share the most important things you should know as an aspiring junior. W…
 
🎙 About the episode Meet Buse Hizarci 🇹🇷🇬🇧! She just got her first Junior Developer role in London. It’s one of the most competitive tech cities in the world, yet the recruiter came to her through LinkedIn. As an extroverted economics graduate, Buse wasn’t sure if coding was for her. After 5 unsuccessful interviews (and one shockingly rude intervie…
 
Alex Falcone is making it happen! A Portland comedian who now lives in LA because that's the next step for comedians just released his album "Vanilla" that you can enjoy on streaming services everywhere! How is this a real job? Scott talks to Alex about the creative process, running out of jokes, and the power of friendship. https://alexfalcone.nin…
 
Meet Gregory Witek 🇳🇱! Greg is an experienced developer and engineering manager currently working at Booking.com. There, he made an alarming observation: While the industry is going nuts for experienced Senior developers, it would seem no one is really hiring junior developers. Why? In this episode, we explore the state of the junior developer job …
 
Meet Robert Corrado 🇺🇸! Rob tried to become a coder several times, but as a business owner and Dad, it was hard to carve out time and really make it stick! It was during the pandemic, Robert realized his opportunity to double down on his passion and finally learn to code with Scrimba. As his confidence in JavaScript grew, he started to apply for jo…
 
Flutter for Windows lets you deliver cross-platform, beautiful, tailored apps that are compiled to machine code and run natively on your devices! Scott talks to Google's Chris Sells about Flutter for Windows, how it works, how it's architected, and how it can help you! - https://medium.com/flutter/announcing-flutter-for-windows-6979d0d01fed…
 
🎙 About the episode Meet Mike Karan 🇨🇦! Mike is a successful web development business owner and a co-host of the HTML All The Things podcast. His podcast and social media platforms have had tremendous growth in 2021, but Mike explains it's not all about the stats: it's about creating value and connecting with people. In this episode, we're talking …
 
Common Voice is a crowdsourcing project started by Mozilla to create a free database for speech recognition software. The project is supported by volunteers who record sample sentences with a microphone and review recordings of other users. Community Manager Hillary Juma talks to Scott about how the system works and why it's so important to enable …
 
🎙 About the episode Meet Stefi Rosca 🇷🇴🇪🇸. Stefi worked as a marketer but couldn't ignore her passion for tech anymore! Using Scrimba and other resources, Stefi learned to code online and now works at Adevinta - a company almost everyone in Spain knows. Believe it or not, when she first applied, they ignored her! It was only through her perseveranc…
 
Jordan Adler is Head of Developer Engineering at OneSignal and has a deep interest in code generation. He has helped migrate large systems from Python 2 or Python 3 using code generation and code transformation. Using tools like Yellicode, Python Future, and others, Jordan's team has been able to accelerate software development. We'll also talk abo…
 
🎙 About the episode Meet Ben Hong 🇺🇸! Ben is a Senior Staff Developer Experience Engineer at Netlify, Vue Core Team member, Google Developer Expert, and teacher. After studying psychology at school, Ben picked up programming in his own time, making him one of the most successful self-taught programmers on the podcast to date! He joins us to share h…
 
Sharon Onyinye is a Product Designer, UX Specialist, and Educator. She's released an e-book "Landing Your First UX Design Job" and chats with Scott about how to think about design, how to get started, as well as the differences between UX, UI, PhotoShop, Figma, and other tools in the space. How do designers most successfully, ahem, "interface" with…
 
🎙 About the episode Meet Joshua Smith 🇦🇺! While working full-time as a property manager, Joshua made time after work to learn to code on Scrimba. After just 10 months and, in part, thanks to a referral, Josh was recently hired as a junior web developer 🎉! In this episode, you’ll see how networking and referals don’t have to be complicated. In Josh’…
 
OpenAI has the ability to create custom versions of GPT-3 tailored for a developer’s application. Developers can use these fine-tuned iterations of GPT-3 subsets to efficiently produce results specific to their workloads with a single command. Scott talks to Rachel Lim from OpenAI about how these large language models work, what they are useful for…
 
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