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Michael joins me to talk about his new Book, "Don't Say that At Work", which you can buy here: https://gum.co/dont-say-that/podcast-special
I sit down to learn from Tess about Blockchain, engineering leadership, handling remote teams, and leading during a pandemic.
Bruce McCarthy joins me to talk about Product Roadmaps and how changing how businesses see roadmaps will help teams build more impactful software for their customers.
If you want to adopt an open source library for your project, there's a lot of questions you need to be able to answer. This episode dives deep into those questions and perspective that will help you decide.
I sit down with Lara Hogan to learn about how to give feedback that lands, Her management consulting practice, WhereWithAll; the styles of 1 on 1 leadership engineering leaders can use to improve their team; her book resilient management, and the similarities and differences between traditional style management with modern day management, and how to help teams retain talent that will help them build better software.
In this episode we talk about the advantages and disadvantages for ORMs. Who they're for, and who they aren't.
Josh Heyer (Developer Advocate for EnterpriseDB, former Community Manager for Stack Overflow) and Jon Ericson (Community Manager for College Confidential, and former Community Manager for Stack Overflow) sit down to talk about the intersection of community management and software development.
This week I sit down with Michele Hansen, founder and CEO of Geocod.io to talk about Product Discovery and Customer Research.
In this episode, I go through the pros and cons of adopting Test Driven Development, so you can decide if it's worth it for your team.
Ben Mosior joins me to talk about Wardley Mapping and how Software leaders can use it to contextualize decisions they make.
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