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CloudSkills.fm is a weekly podcast with technical tips and career advice for people working with cloud-native technologies. This show is for developers, IT pros, or anyone making a career move into the cloud. Episodes will be short and to the point and will regularly feature experts who share their experiences. This show is hosted by Mike Pfeiffer, a twenty-year tech industry veteran, entrepreneur, Pluralsight author, and Microsoft Azure MVP. If you enjoy the show and want more tips delivere ...
 
This is the Product Management Leaders Podcast, in which you hear from some of the top PM leaders about their real-world strategies and tactics for building world-class products. It’s sponsored by Voximplant, the leading serverless communications platform and no-code drag and drop contact center solution. Voximplant enables product leaders and developers to integrate communications into their products such as embedding voice, video, SMS, in-app chat, and natural language processing and it en ...
 
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Hi all, we are excited to share the second episode of The Product Management Leaders Podcast with you! Our aim with this podcast is to connect you with some of the top PM leaders and share their real-world strategies and tactics for building world-class products with you. In today's episode, Grant Duncan speaks with Alisa Sheyn and Matt Poepsel, wh…
 
Prioritization is one of the hardest things that a PM has to do. Whether it's balancing inputs from a million stakeholders, figuring out how to hedge a series of bets, or making sure there's time to tackle that debt that you know you've got to deal with, it's never as simple to prioritize work as it seems. So in today's episode, Maggie talks with S…
 
Hi all, we are happy to present the first episode of "The Product Management Leaders Podcast"! Our aim with this podcast is to connect you with some of the top PM leaders and share their real-world strategies and tactics for building world-class products with you. In today's episode, Grant Duncan speaks with Greg Montalvo, the Director of Product M…
 
The open source space is consistently improving, with a growing number of initiatives and projects built in the open. Front-end developer and consultant Gift Egwuenu shares insights on the importance of open source as well as how you can get started as a contributor, including: How to make your first open source contribution Ways to overcome awkwar…
 
Join Pluralsight author, Jeremy Morgan, as he discusses the steps to identifying and eliminating waste in software production with senior manager of software engineering at Jamf, Jan Trojanowski; development director at Electronic Arts (EA), Brian Pang and agile coach Kimbaly St. Matthew-Daniel.
 
What is a chief of staff, why is the role so popular, and is it a better launchpad for a career in tech than product management? In today's episode, Maggie talks with Drift's own Chief of Staff, Terrance Rogers, about the role, the chief of staff career path, common myths, and why it's gaining in popularity. Thinking about whether to go into produc…
 
In this episode Mike Pfeiffer catches up with Tristan Morel L'Horset, Senior Managing Director at Accenture. Tristan is the Growth lead of Accenture's North America Cloud First business and he has a passion for the intersection of Cloud, Technology and Business. Here's what we cover in this episode: Overcoming barriers to cloud adoption Technical a…
 
As a product manager or product leader you have to be able to see a future in which your team has solved problems for users, because only once you’ve seen that future can you work backwards to figure out how to get there. Then, you have to be able to motivate your team and get them to buy into that vision for the future. To do that you’re going to …
 
Join cloud strategist and Pluralsight author David Tucker for latest news, updates and resources you need to stay up to speed on in the fast-moving world of AWS, Azure and Google Cloud. For all the resources mentioned in this episode, please check out the video descriptions in the links below: GCP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B0_7yf6b5wI&list=P…
 
For today’s episode, we chatted with Kristen Foster-Marks—director of engineering for Flow at Pluralsight—about imposter syndrome, embracing failure as a new engineer, Kristen’s journey into tech, and her unique research into the academic field of second language acquisition and what it can teach us about learning how to code. Kristen's article ser…
 
In this live recording of the CloudSkills FM podcast we're catching up with Thomas Maurer from Microsoft about all things Azure Arc and Cloud Governance. In this episode we discuss: Azure Arc Azure Cloud Adoption Framework How to Stay Current with Certifications What you should focus on learning Check out Thomas' blog: https://www.thomasmaurer.ch…
 
An ongoing debate in product is whether or how much to pay attention to the competition, which gets even more tricky when the space that you're building in is extremely crowded. In this episode, Maggie talks with Nash Ahmed, Founder and CEO of Undock, about what it's like to build a company in a space as crowded as calendaring. Nash shares the role…
 
Two members of Pluralsight security curriculum team discuss the implications of the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack, and what security leaders and companies can learn to protect themselves against similar attacks in the future. Pluralsight courses and paths mentioned in this conversation: Red Team Tools: https://app.pluralsight.com/paths/skill/…
 
In this live recording of the CloudSkills.fm podcast Michael Levan chats with Luke Orellana about testing with Terraform 0.15. In this episode we talk about: Infrastructure-as-Code security Securing Terraform code Terraform security for the enterprise Infrastructure-as-Code security concerns Watch this episode on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/wa…
 
Have you ever wanted to give a talk or a presentation but weren't sure where to start? In this episode Mike Pfeiffer shares his best tips for public speaking, teaching online, and recording podcasts and online courses... Plus, Mike Pfeiffer and Michael Levan share their entire gear list, which is one of the most common questions they've gotten over…
 
Thinking about a new job? Don't make the mistake of prepping for just the interview: to get the best possible outcome you also need to prep for the negotiation. In this episode, Maggie spoke with Linda Zhang, former Group PM turned founder and the author of an article about how she negotiated, then walked away from, a massive PM offer at Facebook. …
 
In this live recording of the CloudSkills.fm podcast we're talking all things Cloud Adoption & Strategy with Chris Nicholas, Managing Director of Cloud Solutions at Trace3. Microsoft Cloud Adoption Framework: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/cloud-adoption-framework/ Chris Nicholas, Managing Director, Cloud Solutions Group at Trace3 https://w…
 
Nylas director of engineering John Jung believes good software development comes from the inner weirdness of developers. That's why he's focused on creating the space needed for his team to find creative ways to solve problems. Learn how you can take a leaf out of his book and reap the benefits in this actionable interview.…
 
Ever heard that the product manager role is different company to company? One big difference can be identified with one question: is your job as a PM to manage a backlog? In this episode, Maggie talks with Ravi Dev, SVP Product at GoodRx, about the PM role, A/B testing, backlog management, and why none of that is really the job that the best produc…
 
The tech talent shortage is fueling a workforce development revolution. With more and more companies unable to find software developers and IT pros to fill open positions, employers are taking radical steps to reskill non-technical talent for these roles. For today’s episode, we’re sharing the audio of recent webinar featuring Don Jones, head of de…
 
Michael is chatting today with Eamonn O’Neill, the founder and EVP at Lemongrass Consulting. This company focuses on helping customers get their SAP on AWS, which makes for a really interesting conversation topic. In this episode, we talk about… Eamonn’s career journey and how he has moved from a more technical role to a more business-minded role. …
 
In this episode, Maggie shares a cautionary tale about what can happen when you rely on data too much and lose sight of what your customers have to say. This lesson is part of a talk that Maggie is giving at the Women in Product conference this year, so you’ll have to check that out in May to hear the rest! Like this episode? Hit the subscribe butt…
 
Mike is chatting today with David Cobb, an Azure and AWS Trainer! They’re catching up on all the awesome things David has been up to the last few years both in the Cloudskills Community and in the industry. You won’t want to miss all the insight he has, especially around life-long learning and teaching. In this episode, we talk about… David’s backg…
 
Jeremy Morgan chats with the Director of engineering at Fernish, Kim Burgaard; VP of engineering at Via, Rodney Cox; and Engineering Manager of business solution and implementations at T-Mobile, Axel Robinson. Together, they’ll dive in to help you better understand developer productivity.
 
Today’s subject is very important but often overlooked - polishing your soft skills. It can be so easy to focus on technical skills and forget about things like leadership, communication, and listening. But we absolutely need these skills for a strong career, too. Mike has Jason Alba on the podcast to discuss why you need these skills and how to bu…
 
Putting together a strategy isn't even half the battle for product leaders. The real challenge is how you put together a plan and actually execute on that strategy. To learn more, Maggie talked with Jon Fan, the VP of Product at Benchling, about how to do strategic planning well. They get into how to treat your planning process like a product, stac…
 
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