A caffeinated podcast about making and fixing mistakes in code.
What do MRI scans, wood turning, and interpersonal networking have in common? They're all topics that Joshua Jacobs knows a thing or five about. Join him, Bojan, and Jason as they discuss everything from floating-point numbers in supervillain plots to the possible reasons why a statistician might have a beef with a programmer.…
Vaidehi Joshi stops into the café to help fix the temporal stabilizer, and stays to chat with Jason and Bojan about teaching, teams, and where bugs come from in the first place.
Anastasiia Tymoshchuk joins Bojan and Jason to discuss all things team management: blame vs. accountability, debugging the cause of a problem, zombies, timers and...planking? Maybe SHE can figure out why the espresso machine is dispensing garlic sprinkles.
Amidst a unicorn-caused fall of fruit, guest Cheuk Ting Ho discusses what developer advocates (avocados?) really do, and the role they play in preventing bugs.
Guest Moshe Zadka joins Jason and Bojan to unpack the mystery surrounding what DevOps and site reliability engineering actually are.
Things are a bit timey-wimey at the café as M. Scott Ford chats with Bojan and Jason about legacy code, test refactoring, and what it means to be a "mender".
In the series premiere of The Bug Hunters Café, software developers Bojan Miletic and Jason C. McDonald chat about their bug hunting experiences across various languages, and some of their biggest coding mistakes.
Beginning March 2021, Bojan Miletic and Jason C. McDonald bring you a brand new podcast about bugs and software development. Grab your favorite hot beverage and join us for conversations with developers from all over the world.