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The Art of Charm is where self-motivated people, just like you, come to learn from the company’s coaches about to how to master human dynamics, relationships, and becoming your best self with the help of Johnny and AJ, the company’s founders. Johnny and AJ bring their 11 years of coaching experience from their famous Bootcamps, where they host clients in Los Angeles from all over the world and they share their stories, best practices and themselves on this weekly podcast. Not only does The A ...
 
Learn. Code. Create. Apps. Startups. The Devslopes Podcast is a fun, tech-focused podcast where we chat with interesting people in the tech industry. Topics include learning to code, app development, freelancing, tech startups, career advice and more. We'll explore equally successes and achievements as well as failures and challenges that people experience in tech. If you want to upgrade your career or build awesome things, this is the place to be!
 
A weekly podcast that aims to interview career changers & folks that are diversifying the tech industry. Sharing stories about the different routes people have taken to enter the industry and chatting about the skills they learned in their prior jobs, schooling, or life experiences & how they apply them to their current roles in tech. https://WeBelongPodcast.com/
 
A podcast about coding, education, and mastery. We'll interview current Launch School students, employers in the tech sector, and industry veterans to talk about how to succeed on a journey to mastery and becoming a professional software engineer. Conversations will revolve around learning, programming, expertise, study habits and many other topics related to mastery based learning.
 
We're Emma Bostian, Sidney Buckner, Kelly Vaughn, and Ali Spittel - four seasoned software developers working in different sectors. Since there's a major lack of technical podcasts out there, we've decided to start one. Just kidding -- there's already a ton! But, we wanted to add our voices to the space and share our experiences and advice. We'll have great discussions around how to start coding, the hot technologies right now, how to get your first developer job, and more!
 
Change Wave is an exclusive look at the real, first-hand stories of how cutting-edge leaders rose to the top, smashed through barriers and created lasting impact. Brought to you by Treehouse, the company that has taught 850,000 people to code and helps companies like Nike, MailChimp, Airbnb and more hit their hiring plans and create diverse teams. If you’d like to know more, head to https://trhou.se/diversity.
 
In the Appalachia region of the U.S., a region once dominated by the coal industry, mines have continued to close one after another. In answer, two tech consultants have established a free coding bootcamp called Mined Minds to retrain out of work coal miners and others for work in tech. What they promise seems like it could improve the socioeconomic status of communities around the world. But some believe they aren’t as beneficial as they come off. Several ex-learners have criticized the boo ...
 
John Sonmez wants to help you become more successful, make more money, deal with difficult coworkers and be so productive everyone thinks you must be abusing a prescription for Ritalin. Listen in every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, as Simple Programmer founder, John Sonmez, answers questions, interviews guests and shares everything he knows to help you become a top performing software developer. The Simple Programmer Podcast is a short podcast that is a mix of career advice, philosophy and s ...
 
Each week we provide tech lessons, answer questions, and bring you interviews of the most successful engineers and thought leaders working in the IT space across technologies like datacenter, virtualization, cloud, networking, collaboration, and cyber security. Listen in as you will gain insights, strategies, tips and more to help you level up along your journey in becoming a Rockstar SE!
 
The Breaking Into Startups Podcast is a platform where we feature stories of people who broke into tech from non-traditional backgrounds. Curious about how startups work, how to get a job without a degree or what technical and non-technical careers are out there? We have news for you - tech fields are booming and you don’t need the best technical degree in information technology to break in and get a six figure job in technology. Our podcast gives you an inside look at the most disruptive st ...
 
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This February, coding bootcamps announced $42M in fundraising – and another $110M more if you include money injected into the ISA (Income Share Agreement) industry. As the U.S. continues the attempt to get people back to work, we saw lots of encouraging news about new workforce development programs. And with the rise in university-bootcamp partners…
 
I invited 3 Devmountain graduates on to talk about their experience with the iOS program at the coding bootcamp. It sounds like they prefer hiring former students rather than developers with real experience, which is an interesting choice. What I really loved about this episode was that everyone really shared some nose to the ground and just grind …
 
I can’t believe I have been in the coding Bootcamp for 7 weeks now! It was been an amazing experience. There has been so many group projects and personal projects that have happened within these weeks. I look at my code all the time because I can’t believe I built it. This has been so much fun. I have been coding for 10-12 hours daily and balancing…
 
In today’s episode, we cover emotional bids with AJ and Johnny. Understanding emotional bids is the cheat code to building great relationships, but what are they, how do you recognize them, and why does ignoring them lead to the end of relationships? What to Listen For Why are Emotional Bids Important - 2:25 Why is it so important to your relations…
 
It’s no secret that a major perk to working in development is the salary. Developers are often paid higher than the average salary, and as you move up in a company, you can see significant growth in your income. We all know financial literacy is often skipped in early education, which is why this week we’re talking all things financial planning wit…
 
In this episode, we talk about about Node.js with Danielle Adams, Node core team member, and lead software engineer at Heroku. Danielle talks about what Node is, when you might want to use it, and what her role is like on the Node core team, as well what the best way to learn Node is, and whether you need to focus on and get really comfortable in J…
 
Laurie Etheridge is no stranger to leadership. She has been on the product marketing side of fashion for the majority of her career, so taking the helm of her most recent venture, Amour Vert, was less of a leap and more of a gentle step towards her life’s passion. Laurie is focused on contributing to life in a way that will make the world a more su…
 
In today’s episode, Dacey tells the story of studying Public Relations in school and pursuing many different avenues and industries to find a job she loved. She tried many different things from content management, social media, marketing, special education, and Non-Profit work. One day, during a series of dates where she and her boyfriend (now husb…
 
In today’s episode, we cover relationships and conflict resolution with Mira Kirshenbaum. Mira is the author of eleven books, the co-founder and clinical director of The Chestnut Hill Institute in Boston, an internationally recognized center for research and psychotherapy for couples, families and individuals, and has been a workshop leader and tra…
 
Episode Notes You may have heard about the Cloud and thought, what do the fluffy things in the sky have to do with computers? Today’s episode is all about what the cloud is, how you can use it, and common cloud services. Show Notes 2:29 - What is the cloud? 14:09 - Benefits of cloud vs. physical servers 23:06 - Four types of cloud computing 28:42 -…
 
In this episode, we talk about how to build an app from idea to maintenance with Kyle Lee, senior developer advocate at Amazon Web Services. Kyle talks about having some trouble with JavaScript and then diving into mobile development instead, his advice for learning the basics of mobile app development, and where he draws inspiration from. Show Lin…
 
Mentor or mentee take part in the madness and progress your career. We also dive into ramping up at a new job! If you want to learn Python for about the price of a book on your own, just visit talkpython.fm/selftaught to find your next level. That's talkpython.fm/selftaught Find David at https://twitter.com/iamdtang https://www.apress.com/us/book/9…
 
Frank got his start in tech working at Apple’s Genius Bar doing all sorts of IT things. He loved Apple products and when a store was opening up near him, he jumped at the opportunity to work there. Realizing that a lot of IT work was within the PC world, he jumped from Apple to PC to see what it was all about. But ultimately he craved something tha…
 
How has COVID impacted our lives and changed the tech industry? If you want to learn Python for about the price of a book on your own, just visit talkpython.fm/selftaught to find your next level. That's talkpython.fm/selftaught Find David at https://twitter.com/iamdtang https://www.apress.com/us/book/9781484265604 ----------- Check out some of our …
 
In this web development podcast episode, I made the statement that within 5 years, under 50% of junior software engineers will have a Computer Science degree. Software engineering is a field that updates too quickly for college curriculums to keep up with at a fast pace, which is often why they're outdated. They put students in a massive amount of …
 
In today’s episode, we cover overcoming breakups with Amy Chan. Amy has been writing about relationships, dating, and love for over a decade, is the Editor-in-Chief of Heart Hackers Club, and is the author of Breakup Bootcamp – The Science of Rewiring Your Heart. The end of a relationship can be a traumatic experience for many but it doesn’t have t…
 
In this episode, we talk about how to code without typing, with Serenade co-founders, Matt Wiethoff and Tommy MacWilliam. They talk about how Matt’s repetitive wrist injury started to derail his coding career, how they needed to invent the accessibility tool, which one of them literally needed to help build the tool itself, and what stack they used…
 
In this episode, I caught up with Liz, Jesse, and Katarina to chat about another peer-led community group at Launch School called "The Social Network". We previously chatted with The SPOT community leads here on the podcast, but The Social Network differs in that its mission is geared towards social events and having fun. Last month, The Social Net…
 
I know that really wanting it feels true some days and other days you wonder if it’s worth the effort. Reminding yourself of your why each and every day can be helpful to getting yourself motivated to do the work and keep moving forward. Working in tech is inherently fun and interesting. Most people who go into it really enjoy the work, but there w…
 
Today we talk about the importance of hobbies and how they hold you down outside the software world. If you want to learn Python for about the price of a book on your own, just visit talkpython.fm/selftaught to find your next level. That's talkpython.fm/selftaught Find David at https://twitter.com/iamdtang https://www.apress.com/us/book/97814842656…
 
In today’s episode, we cover effective feedback with Therese Huston. Therese founded the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning at Seattle University, has given more than 225 keynotes, talks, and workshops, and is the author of Let’s Talk: Make Effective Feedback Your Superpower. Giving great feedback is not easy and poorly worded feedback …
 
There are a bunch of people you’ll work with as a software engineer -- many will be other developers, but many have other jobs as well. In this episode we’ll talk about the other people you may work with: the designers, project managers, marketers, and more and how to best work with them. Let’s dive in. Show Notes [3:29] Product Management [7:37] D…
 
In this episode, we talk about what are the core skills you need to go from developer to entrepreneur with Ben Halpern, co-founder of Forem, which acquired CodeNewbie in 2020. Ben talks about getting into development with entrepreneurship on the brain, building DEV and now his new venture, Forem, and what skills he looks for when hiring developers.…
 
I invited 3 Springboard graduates on to talk about their experience at the coding bootcamp. If I'm not mistaken, this is one of the longest coding bootcamps I've reviewed so far. It sounds like they don't have instructors. It's certainly an interesting way to structure a coding bootcamp to say the least. Most importantly, I'm very concerned about h…
 
Simple Programmer is now BACK with a brand new YouTube ChannelSUBSCRIBE HERE: https://simpleprogrammer.com/subscribespyt Today we're finally going to talk about the top programming languages for 2021. I'm going to base this on a lot of the data that I've seen from people that I'm working with, what I've seen happening in the industry, and some of t…
 
By identifying what we want to put our mental energy towards ahead of time, we can more easily identify distractions that are preventing us from achieving our goals. Achieving your goals requires more than just putting time on your calendar (although that’s a great first step). It requires learning from the time you spend on your goal activities an…
 
Today we talk with David Tang and his many years of development experience, teaching part time web development and being an author. If you want to learn Python for about the price of a book on your own, just visit talkpython.fm/selftaught to find your next level. That's talkpython.fm/selftaught Find David at https://twitter.com/iamdtang https://www…
 
I invited on Nucamp’s CEO, Ludo, to address much of the feedback from my previous video where I brought on 3 graduates to share their experiences at Nucamp. Given that it’s such a cheap coding bootcamp, we dove into many of the tradeoffs he chose to make when forming Nucamp. I think this is an interesting window into a coding bootcamp CEO's philoso…
 
2021 began with $118M in coding bootcamp fundraises, plus a few major acquisitions in the bootcamp space. December 2020’s job numbers showed tech adding many new positions. In this episode, we're highlighting new workforce development programs, and the rise of cybersecurity bootcamps. Plus, learn about the 16 new bootcamps we added to the Course Re…
 
JT Kaufman dabbled in a whole lot of things before learning to code. She worked as a nanny, at a restaurant, as a janitor, and a load of different office work. At some point, she found her way into recruiting and eventually specialized within tech recruiting, which allowed her to learn about all of the different areas of tech. After realizing that …
 
In today’s episode, we cover flow state with Steven Kotler. Steven is the founder and executive director of the Flow Research Collective, and is the author of nine international bestsellers including The Rise of Superman and Stealing Fire, and has a new book, The Art of Impossible - A Peak Performance Primer, coming out this month. Flow state is an…
 
Today we take a look at the technological side of the unprecedented rallying of Reddit’s subreddit WallStreetBets and how they put RobinHood at the center of an unethical predicament. We’ll also take a look at the so called “gamification” of stock trading that Robin Hood has pulled off has put retail investors at the forefront of a financial moveme…
 
Think you are committed to your goals? Join me for this amazing conversation with guest Naijeria Toweett as she takes us through her journey to attend an in-person bootcamp in Barcelona that was a 10 hour flight from her hometown of Nairobi, Kenya where she lives with her 3 children and husband. Learn about her amazing journey of making tech happen…
 
My guest today is a self-taught engineer currently working as a Principal Software Engineer at Apple. With 20 years of experience in web development, she attributes her skills and success to being “passionately curious”. She has a deep affinity for gaming and is a published video game journalist. Her journey started when she was in middle school wh…
 
I invited 3 LearningFuze graduates on to talk about their experience at the coding bootcamp. While they advertise as fullstack it feels geared for frontend. Also, we dove into a couple of rants about in-person vs remote experiences and how most fullstack developers are not really fullstack developers.. Enjoy! Guests: Kevin Tolentino - https://www.l…
 
Moving onto better opportunities can be tricky. When to do it? How to do it without burning bridges? We dive into all of this and more! ----------- Check out some of our other side projects and cool resources we have available. YouTube Erik | http://youtube.com/c/ProgramWithErik Dylan | https://www.YouTube.com/CodingTutorials360 Repos Ultimate Codi…
 
In today’s episode, we cover how to conquer addiction with Doug Bopst. Doug is an award-winning personal trainer, author, speaker, and business owner, who turned his life around from felon and drug addict to help countless individuals build the confidence and strength to succeed in life. Substance abuse and addiction goes beyond simply using drugs …
 
Episode Notes Coding bootcamps aim to help students gain the skills they need to land their first job in web development in months instead of years. Today we’ll be diving into some of the benefits and drawbacks of coding bootcamps, and we’ll explore our personal experiences learning from them and teaching at them. Shownotes [3:01] Our Bootcamp expe…
 
This week we have YouTube content creator and Ladybug Podcast host Sidney Buckner on to talk about content creation and her process for creating relatable, honest content. We may also spend a lot of time fangirling over each other, but when there’s two successful Black women in tech finally talking to each other 1-1, what would you really expect? F…
 
Python is the most popular programming language in the world right now. So, why do I tell people not to learn it? There are multiple reasons for this, but the biggest is that Python doesn't provide a path to success. It is a tool and can be used for many things, but it is not ideal if you are a new programmer. New programmers should pick a path, es…
 
Simple Programmer is now BACK with a brand new YouTube ChannelSUBSCRIBE HERE: https://simpleprogrammer.com/subscribespyt Today I thought I would talk about how to succeed in a programming boot camp. I've heard some good things about boot camps. But can you really learn to code in three months? Can you really get a job without a degree without a res…
 
I joined a coding bootcamp. I’m pretty excited to have somewhere I can learn without hopping all around. I will be doing daily updates on my day in the bootcamp. 2021 is the year of no fear. A year of going for dreams I was afraid to do because I didn’t think I was good enough. So here’s to starting over from the very beginning. Thanks for listenin…
 
I invited 3 graduates on to talk about their experience at Brainstation (coding bootcamp). With Jessica’s pro Linkedin tips, Nikki’s insight into unpaid internships, and Kate’s attempt to demonetize my video to keep us on our toes, I think this episode ended up turning out really well. Let me know what you think. Guests: Jessica Kwok - https://www.…
 
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