Summary: DevDiscuss is the first original podcast from DEV, a global community of software developers of all backgrounds and experience levels. The show covers burning topics that impact the daily lives of programmers and beyond, hosted by Forem Co-Founder, Ben Halpern, as well as a rotating cast of Forem developers.
Since CodeNewbie is doing a learn in public challenge this month, in this episode we talk all about learning in public with Gift Egwuenu, Frontend Developer, and past CodeLand speaker on the topic of learning in public, and Shawn Wang aka Swyx, head of developer experience at Temporal Technologies.
In this episode we talk about how cybersecurity needs to evolve and how to get into it, with Alyssa Miller, Business Information Security Officer at S&P Global Ratings, and author of the book Cyber Defenders' Career Guide.
In this episode, we talk about imposter syndrome and how to conquer it with Michael Boroff, mental health program manager at Crossover Health, and Nick Taylor, lead software engineer at Forem.
In this episode, we talk about A/B testing with David Sweet, adjunct professor at yeshiva university, and author of the book, Tuning Up: From A/B testing to Bayesian Optimization. After listening, if you would like a 35% discount on Tuning Up: From A/B testing to Bayesian Optimization, go to the link in our show notes and use offer code devdsrf-38BF.
In this episode, we talk about how to be a better whistleblower with Ariella Steinhorn and Amber Scorah, the CEO and the President of Lioness, and the creators of The Tech Workers Handbook.
In this episode, we talk about design justice with Wesley Taylor, Assistant Professor at Virginia Commonwealth University and steering committee member at the Design Justice Network, and Boaz Sender, the principal at Bocoup.
In this episode, we talk about tech publishing with Katel LeDû, CEO of A Book Apart.
In this episode, we talk about Vue and its creation with its creator, Evan You.
In this episode, we talk about deeply human stories in software with the hosts of The Changelog podcast, Adam Stacoviak and Jerod Santo.
In this episode, we talk about Ruby and Rails with Richard Schneeman, principal engineer at Salesforce and Heroku Ruby language owner, and Penelope Phippen, staff software engineer at Stripe, and a director at Ruby Central.
In this episode, we talk about software mistakes and tradeoffs with Tomasz Lelek, senior software engineer at DataStax and co-author of the book, "Software Mistakes and Tradeoffs: Making good programming decisions." After listening if you want to get a copy of the book, go to the link in our show notes and use offer code poddevdisc21 for a 35% discount.
In this episode, we talk about Visual Studio Code with, Jonathan Carter, principal program manager at Microsoft, and Cassidy Williams, director of developer experience at Netlify.
In this episode, we talk about web performance with Todd Underwood, senior director of engineering and SRE at Google.
In this episode, we talk about proof engineering with Talia Ringer, researcher and incoming assistant professor at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
In this episode, we talk about what makes ethical design in your product and your company with Sarah Fossheim, creator of the Ethical Design Guide, and Aubrey Blanche, director of equitable design at Culture Amp.