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Welcome to the Pragmatic Hero's Journey, a monthly podcast about becoming a Pragmatic author. On this podcast, you'll hear from an eclectic group of authors as they discuss their personal journey to becoming a Pragmatic author. You'll discover what tools they use to write and produce code, what challenges and rewards come along with being an author, and what advice they can share to help you jumpstart your technical writing career. The Pragmatic Hero's Journey podcast is owned and operated b ...
 
The Tech Done Right podcast is a show by and for people who care about what they build. We don't just build software, we build teams, companies, careers, and communities. Each episode features host Noel Rappin talking to interesting people in the tech community about building something the right way. We’re not just going to give you our thoughts on the topic, but tools, processes, or references that you can use immediately to build better software and communities.
 
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This interview was recorded for the GOTO Book Club. http://gotopia.tech/bookclub Aino Vonge Corry - Author of "Retrospectives Antipatterns" John Le Drew - Agile Coach DESCRIPTION Running retrospectives can be intimidating, especially if you’re just getting started. However, their importance in shaping teams cannot be contested. To ensure that you r…
 
We dive back into Designing Data-Intensive Applications to learn more about replication while Michael thinks cluster is a three syllable word, Allen doesn’t understand how we roll, and Joe isn’t even paying attention. For those that like to read these show notes via their podcast player, we like to include a handy link to get to the full version of…
 
We dive back into Designing Data-Intensive Applications to learn more about replication while Michael thinks cluster is a three syllable word, Allen doesn’t understand how we roll, and Joe isn’t even paying attention. For those that like to read these show notes via their podcast player, we like to include a handy link to get to the full version of…
 
This interview was recorded for the GOTO Book Club. http://gotopia.tech/bookclub Bernd Rücker - Author of "Practical Process Automation" Richard Seroter - Director of Outbound Product Management at Google Cloud DESCRIPTION Join Bernd Rücker, author of Practical Process Automation and co-founder at Camunda, and Richard Seroter, director of product m…
 
This interview was recorded for the GOTO Book Club. http://gotopia.tech/bookclub Venkat Subramaniam - Author of "Programming Kotlin" Hadi Hariri - VP of Developer Advocacy at JetBrains DESCRIPTION “Developers don’t just like Kotlin, they LOVE it.” Understand why in this discussion with Venkat Subramaniam, author of “Programming Kotlin: Create Elega…
 
We couldn’t decide if we wanted to gather around the water cooler or talk about some cool APIs, so we opted to do both, while Joe promises there’s a W in his name, Allen doesn’t want to say graph, and Michael isn’t calling out applets. For all our listeners that read this via their podcast player, this episode’s show notes can be found at https://w…
 
This interview was recorded for the GOTO Book Club. http://gotopia.tech/bookclub Mike Amundsen - Author of "Design and Build Great Web APIs" Casey Rosenthal - Author of "Chaos Engineering" DESCRIPTION Have you been tasked with creating web APIs for your organization? Mike Amundsen, author of the book "Design and Build Great Web APIs", goes through …
 
This interview was recorded for the GOTO Book Club. http://gotopia.tech/bookclub Hanna Prinz - Co-Author of "Service Mesh" Eberhard Wolff - Co-Author of "Service Mesh" DESCRIPTION Hanna Prinz, a consultant at InnoQ, and Eberhard Wolff, fellow at InnoQ, explain what a service mesh is and, more importantly, when and if you should use it. They also de…
 
Tammy and Tim have a chat with Sophie DeBenedetto, co-author of Programming Phoenix LiveView, about her journey to becoming a Pragmatic author. *Recorded April 14, 2021 Show Links Sophie DeBenedetto on Twitter Programming Phoenix LiveView Tim and Tammy are back with another episode of the Pragmatic Hero's Journey podcast. This month, our hosts chat…
 
We talk about the various ways we can get paid with code while Michael failed the Costco test, Allen doesn’t understand multiple choice questions, and Joe has a familiar pen name. This episode’s show notes can be found at https://www.codingblocks.net/episode158, where you can join the conversation, for those reading this via their podcast player. S…
 
This interview was recorded for the GOTO Book Club. http://gotopia.tech/bookclub Dave Thomas - Co-Author of "The Pragmatic Programmer" Andy Hunt - Co-Author of "The Pragmatic Programmer" DESCRIPTION Join the authors of “The Pragmatic Programmer” throughout their journey of writing the book to the 20th anniversary edition. Dave Thomas and Andy Hunt …
 
This interview was recorded for the GOTO Book Club. http://gotopia.tech/bookclub Jim Webber - Co-Author of "Graph Databases" Nicki Watt - CTO of OpenCredo DESCRIPTION Discover the amazing world of graph databases and how you can leverage graphs to understand your data with Jim Webber, co-author of "Graph Database" and Nicki Watt, CTO at OpenCredo. …
 
We discuss all things APIs: what makes them great, what makes them bad, and what we might like to see in them while Michael plays a lawyer on channel 46, Allen doesn’t know his favorite part of the show, and Joe definitely pays attention to the tips of the week. For those reading this episode’s show notes via their podcast player, you can find this…
 
This interview was recorded for the GOTO Book Club. http://gotopia.tech/bookclub Saša Jurić - Author of "Elixir in Action" Erik Schön - Author of "The Art of Strategy" DESCRIPTION Is Elixir the right tool for your job? Find the answer to that question from Saša Jurić, the author of "Elixir in Action". In this conversation, interviewer Erik Schön, m…
 
This interview was recorded for the GOTO Book Club. http://gotopia.tech/bookclub Phil Winder - Author of "Reinforcement Learning" & CEO of Winder Research Rebecca Nugent - Stephen E. and Joyce Fienberg Professor of Statistics & Data Science at Carnegie Mellon University DESCRIPTION Reinforcement learning (RL) focuses on sequential decision making a…
 
Tammy and Tim have a chat with Brian Hogan, author of Build Websites with Hugo, about his journey to becoming a Pragmatic author. * Recorded 10-March-2021 Show Links Brian Hogan on Twitter Build Websites with Hugo Small, Sharp Software Tools Tim and Tammy are back with another episode of the Pragmatic Hero's Journey podcast. This month, our hosts c…
 
We discuss the parts of the scrum process that we’re supposed to pay attention to while Allen pronounces the m, Michael doesn’t, and Joe skips the word altogether. If you’re reading this episode’s show notes via your podcast player, just know that you can find this episode’s show notes at https://www.codingblocks.net/episode156. Stop by, check it o…
 
This interview was recorded at GOTO Amsterdam 2019 for GOTO Unscripted. https://gotopia.tech Read the full transcription of this interview here: https://gotopia.tech/articles/manage-stress-as-a-developer John Le Drew - Coach, Consultant, Experienced Engineer Markus Wittwer - Agile Coach & Mindfulness Trainer Jørn Larsen - CEO of Trifork https://twi…
 
This interview was recorded at GOTO Amsterdam 2019 for GOTO Unscripted. https://gotopia.tech Trisha Gee - Developer Advocate at JetBrains & Java Champion Daniel Bryant - Director of Developer Relations at Ambassador Labs Jørn Larsen - CEO of Trifork Read the full transcription of this interview here: https://gotopia.tech/articles/the-future-of-java…
 
During today’s standup, we focus on learning all about Scrum as Joe is back (!!!), Allen has to dial the operator and ask to be connected to the Internet, and Michael reminds us why Blockbuster failed. If you didn’t know and you’re reading these show notes via your podcast player, you can find this episode’s show notes in their original digital glo…
 
This interview was recorded for the GOTO Book Club. http://gotopia.tech/bookclub Liz Rice - Author of "Container Security" Eoin Woods - CTO of Endava DESCRIPTION What should you do to secure your containers? Liz Rice, author of the book Container Security: Fundamental Technology Concepts that Protect Containerized Applications & VP of open source e…
 
This interview was recorded for the GOTO Book Club. http://gotopia.tech/bookclub Aaron Parecki - Author of "OAuth 2.0 Simplified" Eric Johnson - Senior Developer Advocate at AWS Serverless DESCRIPTION The OAuth 2.0 authorization framework has become the industry standard in providing secure access to web APIs. It allows users to grant external appl…
 
This interview was recorded for the GOTO Book Club. http://gotopia.tech/bookclub Sam Newman - Author of "Monolith to Microservices" Martin Fowler - Chief Scientist at ThoughtWorks DESCRIPTION Upgrade your microservices knowledge by listening to a spirited conversation between two living legends: Sam Newman and Martin Fowler. The two touch upon the …
 
This interview was recorded for the GOTO Book Club. http://gotopia.tech/bookclub Richard Feldman - Author of "Elm in Action" Thomas Anagrius - Lead Developer at Humio DESCRIPTION Elm is a purely functional language that compiles to JavaScript in less than 4 seconds. We sat down with Richard Feldman, author of the book Elm in Action to understand ho…
 
This interview was recorded for the GOTO Book Club. http://gotopia.tech/bookclub Simon Brown - Author of "Software Architecture for Developers Vol. 2" Stefan Tilkov - Co-founder & Principal Consultant at INNOQ DESCRIPTION Software architecture concepts will help software developers not only advance their careers but also do a better job in their cu…
 
We dig into recursion and learn that Michael is the weirdo, Joe gives a subtle jab, and Allen doesn’t play well with others while we dig into recursion. This episode’s show notes can be found at https://www.codingblocks.net/episode154, for those that might be reading this via their podcast player. Sponsors Datadog – Sign up today for a free 14 day …
 
Tammy and Tim have a chat with Chris Pine, author of Learn to Program, about his journey to becoming a Pragmatic author. * Recorded 10-February-2021 Show Links Chris Pine on Twitter Learn to Program Sourcegraph Alan Watts, Out of Your Mind (Part 1) Alan Watts, Out of Your Mind (Part 2) Programming Ruby (2nd edition) Tim and Tammy are back with anot…
 
It’s been a minute since we last gathered around the water cooler, as Allen starts an impression contest, Joe wins said contest, and Michael earned a participation award. For those following along in their podcast app, this episode’s show notes can be found at https://www.codingblocks.net/episode153. Sponsors Datadog – Sign up today for a free 14 d…
 
We dig into all things Python, which Allen thinks is pretty good, and it’s rise in popularity, while Michael and Joe go toe-to-toe over a gripe, ahem, feature. We realize that you _can_ use your podcast player to read these notes, but if you didn’t know, this episode’s show notes can be found at https://www.codingblocks.net/episode152. Check it out…
 
Tammy and Tim have a chat with VM (Vicky) Brasseur, author of Forge Your Future with Open Source, about her journey to becoming a Pragmatic author. * Recorded 13-January-2021 Show Links VM (Vicky) Brasseur on Twitter Forge Your Future with Open Source Brian MacDonald (Editor) on Twitter Project Gutenberg Usenet Kobo Clara HD 6" Carta E Ink Touchscr…
 
We step back to reflect on what we learned from our first game jam, while Joe’s bathroom is too close and Allen taught Michael something (again). Stop squinting to read this via your device’s podcast player. This episode’s show notes can be found at https://www.codingblocks.net/episode151, where you can join the conversation. Sponsors Datadog – Sig…
 
We discuss all things open-source, leaving Michael and Joe to hold down the fort while Allen is away, while Joe’s impersonations are spot on and Michael is on a first name basis, assuming he can pronounce it. This episode of the Coding Blocks podcast is about the people and organizations behind open-source software. We talk about the different ince…
 
We start off the year discussing our favorite developer tools of 2020, as Joe starts his traditions early, Allen is sly about his résumé updates, and Michael lives to stream. For those that read the show notes via their podcast player and find themselves wondering where they can find these show notes on their computer, the answer is simple: https:/…
 
It’s the end of 2020. We’re all tired. So we phone it in for the last episode of the year as we discuss the State of the Octoverse, while Michael prepared for the wrong show (again), Allen forgot to pay his ISP bill and Joe’s game finished downloading. In case you’re wondering where you can find these show notes in all there 1:1 pixel digital glory…
 
We discuss the things we’re excited about for 2021 as Michael prepared for a different show, Joe can’t stop looking at himself, and Allen gets paid by the tip of the week. For those that aren’t in the know, these show notes can be found at https://www.codingblocks.net/episode147. Stop by and join the conversation. Sponsors Command Line Heroes – A p…
 
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