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Short Form: 15 min Episodes. The Mo + Joe's Epic Talk Show, is a conversation between two regular guys that work in the Marketing Tech industry. Mo works on the tech side, Jo works on the agency side - together they demystify tech and share an unfiltered POV on what matters... and what doesn't. They keep things funny, informative and irreverent
 
Today's most successful leaders share their incredible stories and life lessons to help you get the life you want in the areas of health, wealth, relationships and personal growth. Every show is jam packed with actionable tips and insights that will propel you forward to become the man you want to become. Join us at knowledgeformen.com for recaps of every interview as well as an incredible gold mine of resources to help you live better. Prepare to become the most powerful version of yourself!
 
What's it like to run a YouTube channel for over 13 years? What's it like to create new videos on a weekly basis? What's the story behind each video? No Cameras Allowed is the autobiographical behind-the-scenes journey of one of the longest running tech YouTube channels of all time: Computer Clan. Join Ken (and his alter ego, Krazy Ken) as they dive in to the rarely told stories behind the Computer Clan's epic creations—and the not-so-epic ones.
 
Be part of the conversation, and listen as host, Jomiro Eming, chats to some of the most successful thought-leaders in tech to discover how they hack their careers, and how they approach difficult tech problems. 🦄 The OfferZen Podcast unpacks the tips and tricks from the best in tech. Learn how other software makers think about their growth, how they lead their own tech teams, awesome projects they’ve worked on, and how they build out their careers. We also learn how big tech companies are h ...
 
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Hey guys, how you all doing? I'm sorry I don't have a new episode today, but I'm working on a NEW PODCAST which I think is going to be 10 times more exciting! I'll launch it in April, so stay tuned for an update (following me on Twitter is the best way to stay in touch). https://twitter.com/thecomputerclan In the meantime, feel free to listen to th…
 
It's #MARCHintosh! And Krazy Ken received a question: how do you start a vintage Mac collection? Today, we'll talk about how he dove into vintage / retro Mac collecting, and he'll give some tips and tricks, too. https://youtube.com/computerclan https://twitter.com/thecomputerclan https://patreon.com/krazyken Transcription and Show Notes: https://th…
 
Many developers say that growth opportunities are one of the most important things for them when it comes to staying in a job. However, for a tech lead figuring out how to cater for everyone’s career goals can be hard. That’s why Julian Springer, Technical and Career Manager at Singular Systems, has set up ‘contribution sessions’ with his developer…
 
When scaling one’s responsibilities as a tech leader, it can be hard to not feel anxious about whether or not you have the leadership experience you need to thrive — be it moving from startup to enterprise, or vice versa. Calvin Hawkes, former Product Lead at Trivago, says that even though he moved from a startup to an enterprise, his experience as…
 
Being a remote leader is hard enough, but being a remote leader in a different time zone is even harder. Ashley Sanders is Signific’s Director of Tech, and sits roughly eight hours behind his tech team, in another country. In this conversation, he shares the operating system he’s developed for himself, and his team, to ensure that he is not a block…
 
As tech teams around the world embrace remote work to varying degrees, tech leaders need to adapt their leadership to suit the new environment. Understanding what that means in practice, however, is hard. Mike Scott, CEO and co-founder at NONA, learned an important lesson in his time as a remote leader, namely that: Remote leadership is not the sam…
 
When Krazy Ken visited Columbia College in Chicago, he was awestruck by the amazing programs and facilities. However, with a $120,000 price tag, he was forced to look elsewhere. And where he wound up was the last place he expected, but perhaps it was fate. Here are the Columbia College facilities I was referring to: https://www.colum.edu/academics/…
 
When communication structures and organisation design happen by accident — ie. they are not set up in parallel to each other — it tends to result in greater cognitive loads on developers, slower development speeds, and suboptimal workflows and productivity. This is why Richard Bailey, Executive VP of Engineering at Entersekt, used intentional organ…
 
The Krazy Ken character has evolved into a major part of the Computer Clan brand, but did you know it started as an accident, and the idea almost died completely? This is the origin story of how it all happened. First Krazy Ken Video Games Episode: https://youtu.be/eYXMR-e7xyE https://youtube.com/computerclan https://twitter.com/thecomputerclan htt…
 
In 2007, I was surprised with the gift of my first iPod. Little did I know that this iPod would lead me to a video production career. Today, we time-travel to that event, and learn how it happened! https://youtube.com/computerclan https://twitter.com/thecomputerclan https://patreon.com/krazyken Transcription, Pictures, and Show Notes: https://theco…
 
Being a leader can make it hard to take time off, and feel confident that your team will continue to thrive without you there. Chiedza Muguti, Head of Product at Penta, experienced this first hand when she had to take 10 weeks of medical leave, and saw how her team's systems failed when she wasn't around. Since then, she has set up a competency fra…
 
Many technical recruiters acknowledge that hiring developers is particularly hard. They often don’t have a background in tech, and traditional approaches to recruiting often don't work because of how a developer thinks and what they're looking for in their careers. That's why Mark Deubel, Senior Tech Recruiter at Elastic, has found it useful to col…
 
The real-life (off-camera) Krazy Ken doesn't gamble, drink, or party… so… Vegas sounds like the perfect fit, right? Today, Ken relives the story behind the least-viewed Tech Misadventures YouTube episode of all time—which was vlogged on-location in Las Vegas during the National Association of Broadcasters 2019 show! He touches a $150,000+ camera ri…
 
Technical interviews are part of most companies' hiring process, and are one of the most important stages. But Ed O’Reilly and David O’Reilly, COO/Co-founder and CTO at NONA respectively, have found that they’re often limited in focus, and treated as a screening procedure more so than an engagement opportunity. In their experience, this reduces the…
 
Can Ken make a high-production value retrospective video about Adobe Flash Player—from pre-production to delivery—in only 6 days? While balancing a day job, a podcast launch, and several other projects? Answer: YES! Thanks to collaboration, and awesome resources like the Internet Archive and BlueMaxima's Flashpoint. Today, you'll learn about the "m…
 
While your talent pool for high quality developers increases when you open up your hiring remotely, so does the competition. Now, companies across the world — from small startups, to ‘big tech’ — are trying to attract the same developers. In this audio documentary, we get advice from the best in tech hiring at Codility, Recruitee, and co., and unpa…
 
What happens when Krazy Ken doesn't play a game for 5+ years, and then he decides to play it on a live stream for everyone to see? And to make it riskier… what happens when he says "I'll donate $100 to charity every time I die in the game"? Well, you're about to learn the behind-the-scenes story of how Krazy Ken and Brainiac Brent set up the Comput…
 
The first video on the Computer Clan YouTube channel is about Marble Blast—a game which still has a cult following, but used to be more popular back in the day. So today, Ken and Wave (a very early collaborator on the channel) dive into the history of the Computer Clan's involvement with Marble Blast, and how that niche started growing the channel'…
 
Undergoing a tech transformation is a big undertaking for any tech team. Sadhana Gopal, Engineering Manager at Independer, has learned that being able to measure the value of the transformation is just as important as the technical roadmap you create for actually carrying out the transformation. She unpacks how she measures the value of a tech tran…
 
Recently, Krazy Ken released an episode about the near $2 billion dollar Quibi streaming service flop—which only lasted 8 months. But hey… you can't win 'em all! So today, Ken dives more into the topic along with his friend who has been following Quibi news since the early days. P.S. have you even heard of Verizon's older "Quibi-esque" service? It …
 
Before all the mega-huge gaming Twitch streamers dominated the world, Ustream was the "cool kids" table. In 2009, Ken gutted his parent's coat closet (hopefully they weren't mad) and set up a little live-streaming studio. Today, Ken relives the moments and re-watches some clips and reacts to them in real-time (including the first-ever moment he wen…
 
Video editing is a crucial part to running a YouTube channel, and everyone has to start somewhere. Where did Ken start? Short answer: he started video editing in Apple's iMovie '06 software on a 2006 Intel iMac. Enjoy this time-travel trip as Ken watches some of his old videos and breaks down what it was like to dive into digital non-linear editing…
 
Ken kicks off the podcast with some stories from his early days on YouTube—before he even had his own channel! What was YouTube like back in 2006-2007? What were some of the earliest videos he watched? Let's time-travel, and have some fun. And who knows? You might run into some nostalgia! https://youtube.com/computerclan https://twitter.com/thecomp…
 
What's it like to run a YouTube channel for over 13 years? What's it like to create new videos on a weekly basis? No Cameras Allowed is the ongoing behind-the-scenes story of one of the longest running tech YouTube channels of all time: Computer Clan. Join Ken (and his alter ego, Krazy Ken) as they dive in to the rarely told stories behind the Comp…
 
Every team has a mix of roles, and a range of technical to more non-technical people. This can make it challenging for software developers and data scientists to communicate effectively with each other, as well as with other people in their broader team, in a way that they understand. Daphne Cheung, Data Scientist at Disney, has used her background…
 
If teams aren't given the right environment to thrive, they will be unmotivated and won't perform to their best. Arjen de Ruiter, VP of Engineering at Sendcloud, has found ways to let his team be creative and vulnerable, which has made them more motivated to excel. In this conversation, Arjen shares how he helps motivate his team, as well as the po…
 
Leading a team and managing one’s focus effectively can be a tricky balance to strike. Not to mention keeping up a day job, working on side projects, building up a professional profile, and still finding new ways to stay relevant as a developer. That’s why we spoke to Antoine van der Lee, Team Lead and iOS Dev at WeTransfer, about how he approaches…
 
Being an attractive company for tech talent is ever more important in a remote world where candidates can work for any tech company from anywhere in the world. Peter Ferreira, Head of Recruitment at Dariel, has found that focusing on authenticity is the key to attracting great talent in our new online world. He shares some of the ways he has been d…
 
Recruitee’s 2020 State of Remote Hiring report shows clearly that companies that are successful at remote hiring all get one thing right: Candidate experience. Here's why that's so important in a remote world, and some suggestions for improving candidate experience in your hiring process. Watch the video, or read the blog post here! (https://bit.ly…
 
Jimmy Rex is among the nation's leading realtors having sold over 2000 properties and is also an investor in over a dozen companies. He is the coauthor of You End Up Where You're Heading: The Hidden Dangers of Living a Safe Life available on amazon. Learn more about the work I do with clients helping them build their confidence, adventurous social …
 
The one where the boys talk about Walmart's 4 new "test center" stores, what it means when 2 more big mall developers filed for Chapter 11 protection, recap the latest Sept sales stats for online shopping - showing a 43% rise... and Joe finally upgrades his iPhone 10 to the iPhone 12.By Awesome + Epic Productions
 
Hiring developers remotely means that location is no longer a constraint for who talent recruiters can reach out to. However, ‘remote’ means different things for different people, and this makes a recruiter’s job really hard, and can negatively impact the success of a remote hire. Oliver Short, Founder and Tech Recruiter at SEEKR, has learned that …
 
Mike Matthews shares how COVID has impacted his fitness and supplement business along with the growth he's had in recent years and key lessons on financial freedom that every man needs to consider. Check out Mike at: https://legionathletics.com/ https://www.amazon.com/Bigger-Leaner-Stronger-Building-Ultimate-ebook/dp/B006XF5BTG Learn more about my …
 
Although everyone has had a taste of remote work, we’re still learning about the challenges that come with it, and how to get it right. Codility and OfferZen collectively surveyed over 2300 engineers globally on how they feel about remote work and recently released reports on their findings. In this discussion, Rachel Whitehead, VP of Marketing at …
 
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