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CodeNewbie

CodeNewbie

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CodeNewbie
CodeNewbie

CodeNewbie

CodeNewbie

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Stories and interviews from people on their coding journey.

Latest Episodes

S10:E3 - How do you prepare for bootcamp and break into tech? (Ruben Harris)

Ruben Harris, CEO of Career Karma, shares his story about how he broke into the startup world, how people can do the same, and creating his app, which aims to help people build a coding community and better prepare themselves for bootcamps.

38 MIN6 days ago
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S10:E3 - How do you prepare for bootcamp and break into tech? (Ruben Harris)

S10:E2 - What are the pros and cons of getting paid for open source (Katie Delfin)

We speak to Katie Delfin, one of the four software engineers who worked on GitHub's new "GitHub Sponsors" tool, which allows open source contributors and maintainers to get paid for the work they are doing in open source.

36 MIN1 weeks ago
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S10:E2 - What are the pros and cons of getting paid for open source (Katie Delfin)

S10:E1 - What does ageism in tech look like (Ariana Tobin)

We take a look at the insidious nature of one of Silicon Valley's biggest open secrets: ageism in tech.

35 MIN2 weeks ago
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S10:E1 - What does ageism in tech look like (Ariana Tobin)

S9:E8 - Why you should read the new edition of the Pragmatic Programmer (Dave Thomas, Andy Hunt)

Andy Hunt and Dave Thomas, the authors of the best-selling book, The Pragmatic Programmer, talk about the release of the book's 20th anniversary edition, what went into writing it, and what kind of impact they hope it might have.

50 MINAUG 26
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S9:E8 - Why you should read the new edition of the Pragmatic Programmer (Dave Thomas, Andy Hunt)

S9:E7 - How do you create visual recognition software ethically and responsibly (Nashlie Sephus)

We talk to Nashlie Sephus, CTO of Partpic, and Applied Science Manager at Amazon Web Services, about how she developed Partpic, as well as some of the dangers of machine learning and what we can do to mitigate some of these issues.

44 MINAUG 19
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S9:E7 - How do you create visual recognition software ethically and responsibly (Nashlie Sephus)

S9:E6 - What is Java good for and why is it still one of the most popular coding languages (Peggy Fisher)

After its conception in 1995, Java is still powerful and one of the most popular languages to use. Peggy Fisher, content manager at Linkedin Learning Solutions, and author of the book Get Programming with Java, tells us why.

42 MINAUG 12
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S9:E6 - What is Java good for and why is it still one of the most popular coding languages (Peggy Fisher)

S9:E5 - Why you should understand user interface and design (Mina Markham)

We chat with Mina Markham, senior engineer at Slack and creator of the Pantsuit User Interface for Hilary Clinton's 2016 campaign, about how she goes about making user interfaces and design, as well as some of her favorite resources and tools.

48 MINAUG 5
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S9:E5 - Why you should understand user interface and design (Mina Markham)

S9:E4 - What is workplace burnout and how can you stop it (Jeffrey Liebert)

Jeffery Liebert, a psychologist who specializes in workplace burnout in Silicon Valley, talks to us about what exactly workplace burnout is, how to identify it, and what people can do to mitigate it.

41 MINJUL 29
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S9:E4 - What is workplace burnout and how can you stop it (Jeffrey Liebert)

S9:E3 - How do you develop yourself and your code while fighting off trolls (Ali Spittel)

Ali Spittel, software engineer and developer advocate at DEV, talks about her popular blog, and how to develop your code and a thick skin while dealing with online abuse.

45 MINJUL 22
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S9:E3 - How do you develop yourself and your code while fighting off trolls (Ali Spittel)

S9:E2 - What is data journalism and how do you tell stories through your code (Sandeep Junnarkar)

Sandeep Junnarkar, Director of Interactive Journalism at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism, tells us what data journalism is, how to do it, and what the future might hold for it.

39 MINJUL 15
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S9:E2 - What is data journalism and how do you tell stories through your code (Sandeep Junnarkar)

Latest Episodes

S10:E3 - How do you prepare for bootcamp and break into tech? (Ruben Harris)

Ruben Harris, CEO of Career Karma, shares his story about how he broke into the startup world, how people can do the same, and creating his app, which aims to help people build a coding community and better prepare themselves for bootcamps.

38 MIN6 days ago
Comments
S10:E3 - How do you prepare for bootcamp and break into tech? (Ruben Harris)

S10:E2 - What are the pros and cons of getting paid for open source (Katie Delfin)

We speak to Katie Delfin, one of the four software engineers who worked on GitHub's new "GitHub Sponsors" tool, which allows open source contributors and maintainers to get paid for the work they are doing in open source.

36 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
S10:E2 - What are the pros and cons of getting paid for open source (Katie Delfin)

S10:E1 - What does ageism in tech look like (Ariana Tobin)

We take a look at the insidious nature of one of Silicon Valley's biggest open secrets: ageism in tech.

35 MIN2 weeks ago
Comments
S10:E1 - What does ageism in tech look like (Ariana Tobin)

S9:E8 - Why you should read the new edition of the Pragmatic Programmer (Dave Thomas, Andy Hunt)

Andy Hunt and Dave Thomas, the authors of the best-selling book, The Pragmatic Programmer, talk about the release of the book's 20th anniversary edition, what went into writing it, and what kind of impact they hope it might have.

50 MINAUG 26
Comments
S9:E8 - Why you should read the new edition of the Pragmatic Programmer (Dave Thomas, Andy Hunt)

S9:E7 - How do you create visual recognition software ethically and responsibly (Nashlie Sephus)

We talk to Nashlie Sephus, CTO of Partpic, and Applied Science Manager at Amazon Web Services, about how she developed Partpic, as well as some of the dangers of machine learning and what we can do to mitigate some of these issues.

44 MINAUG 19
Comments
S9:E7 - How do you create visual recognition software ethically and responsibly (Nashlie Sephus)

S9:E6 - What is Java good for and why is it still one of the most popular coding languages (Peggy Fisher)

After its conception in 1995, Java is still powerful and one of the most popular languages to use. Peggy Fisher, content manager at Linkedin Learning Solutions, and author of the book Get Programming with Java, tells us why.

42 MINAUG 12
Comments
S9:E6 - What is Java good for and why is it still one of the most popular coding languages (Peggy Fisher)

S9:E5 - Why you should understand user interface and design (Mina Markham)

We chat with Mina Markham, senior engineer at Slack and creator of the Pantsuit User Interface for Hilary Clinton's 2016 campaign, about how she goes about making user interfaces and design, as well as some of her favorite resources and tools.

48 MINAUG 5
Comments
S9:E5 - Why you should understand user interface and design (Mina Markham)

S9:E4 - What is workplace burnout and how can you stop it (Jeffrey Liebert)

Jeffery Liebert, a psychologist who specializes in workplace burnout in Silicon Valley, talks to us about what exactly workplace burnout is, how to identify it, and what people can do to mitigate it.

41 MINJUL 29
Comments
S9:E4 - What is workplace burnout and how can you stop it (Jeffrey Liebert)

S9:E3 - How do you develop yourself and your code while fighting off trolls (Ali Spittel)

Ali Spittel, software engineer and developer advocate at DEV, talks about her popular blog, and how to develop your code and a thick skin while dealing with online abuse.

45 MINJUL 22
Comments
S9:E3 - How do you develop yourself and your code while fighting off trolls (Ali Spittel)

S9:E2 - What is data journalism and how do you tell stories through your code (Sandeep Junnarkar)

Sandeep Junnarkar, Director of Interactive Journalism at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism, tells us what data journalism is, how to do it, and what the future might hold for it.

39 MINJUL 15
Comments
S9:E2 - What is data journalism and how do you tell stories through your code (Sandeep Junnarkar)