A podcast focused on Computer Science, Software Engineering, and all of the topics in between.
Jim Wrubel tells us about his path to CTO, his project the Soft Stuff, his experiences with hiring, things new managers need to learn, and moving between independent contributor and managerial tracks.
- Introduction, backstory, rise to CTO
- 15:50 - Hiring
- 28:20 - Stepping away from the code
- 31:00 - Transitioning between leadership levels
- 34:20 - The Engineer/Manager Pendulum
- 38:50 - Learning enough of your tech stack to be helpful and knowledgeable
- 43:55 - Final remarks
Jerome Hardaway, Geek at Arms at Vets Who Code, joins us to discuss the Vets Who Code program, pragmatism / being tactical, and teaching development.
Derek Prior and I take time to chat about how he worked with his team to release the new free private repos at GitHub, our experiences as Engineering Managers, and our love for working remotely.
In this episode Ben Orenstein tells us about his experiences with pair programming, moving from consulting to product work, creating a screen sharing application, and more.
In this episode, Dirceu Tiegs from Auth0 joins me to discuss his role as an Site Reliability Engineer, how he handles Incident Responses, and how to write a good Post-mortem.
In this episode, Carol tells us all about the Rust Programming Language, her experiences writing the book, and launching the first Rust consultancy in Rust's early days.
Phil Sturgeon explains to us why REST is still a rock solid solution for many use cases in 2018, where GraphQL and gRPC have their roles, and gives tips on how to keep your API's reasonable and scalable.
Adam Wathan, host of Full Stack Radio, joins us to talk about his experience starting as an entrepreneur, creating educational products, and more.
In our kickoff episode we speak with Caleb Porzio, co-host of Twenty Percent Time podcast and developer at Tighten Co., about introspection and how he approaches deep thinking.