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Best Implementor podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
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Updated February 2020
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You've grown your business successfully, built a team around you, and expanded into new markets. But you've hit a wall. Growth has slowed, you know you're not getting the most out of your team, you feel like your business is running your life, and you feel your clarity around which direction to head slipping away. What you need is traction. A proven system to take back control of your business and your life doled out in quick, actionable steps that are easy to implement. Join certified Entre ...
 
This podcast is for aspiring entrepreneurs and those that want to become a designer and implementor of great software solutions. We look at the whole skill set that makes a great developer. This includes tech skills, business and entrepreneurial skills, and life-hacking so you have the time to get the job done while still enjoying life,
 
Jennifer Neal, owner and founder of Formula Done reveals the secrets behind connecting online business technologies. Jennifer has been working for years implementing done for you tech solutions for six figure and above online entrepreneurs. She has come to realize that even experienced business owners with great ideas can get frustrated by all of the possible software and technology solutions. The question she always gets is how do the pieces fit together into your business plan and for ulti ...
 
Managing a small team or business comes with a unique set of challenges. With limited resources and man power - it's easy for things to often times feel chaotic and out of your control. How can you as a leader accomplish your goals while keeping your team engaged, effective, and accountable? This podcast will give you practical strategies that you can implement now to lead your team or business to reach it's fullest potential.
 
The Agency Backstage Pass is created for marketing agency owners who want to power their companies with world-class practices, processes, tools, and people. Host Clodagh Higgins will give you a backstage pass inside rockstar marketing agencies– interviewing their owners and senior executives about creative solutions to address common agency challenges.If you work in a marketing agency, and you’re looking for tips and systems to help create more flexibility and freedom, this podcast is for yo ...
 
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We have looked at a broad range of topics this season. However, it is time for us to tackle the middle tier architecture. Thus, we need to consider process steps (or flow) and look for commonality among the problems we solve. This area is not the most obvious to architect. However, it is an essential piece of the final solution. Middle Tier Archite…
 
At some point in your project, architectural documentation becomes an essential piece of the deliverables. This material is often a set of diagrams and bullet points. However, there is more that we need to include. A good set of deliverables will consist of some defense of the decisions made. While this defense is good for CYA, it is more important…
 
Have you ever been drowning in a sea of to-dos and goals that you haven’t yet obtained? Instead of being overwhelmed by what you haven’t done, why not try the reverse approach? EOS focuses on simplicity and prioritizing the important things first in order to increase productivity and accountability. You will be shocked by how easy it can be with EO…
 
A critical design decision in the object-oriented world is whether to choose cohesion or coupling. These two approaches are not mutually exclusive. However, it is rare to see a mix of the two. Therefore, this decision in the architecture will profoundly impact the rest of the project. Big or Small, Cohesion or Coupling It helps to set the stage for…
 
Object names and namespaces are just the beginning of creating a class architecture. We need to consider globally available values, data hiding, abstraction, and how to group features. The old "is-a" and "has-a" questions are essential cogs in building out this piece. You will be looking for common pieces of data, methods, and how they should relat…
 
Most modern business applications have some state or context. This model can be easy to implement in a stand-alone application. However, multi-user applications like web sites can be a challenge when you consider session management. While security is often a hot topic, tracking data correctly can be an issue to itself. We need to build our architec…
 
One of the most substantial challenges in system development is the application programming interface. The result is (ideally) a stable and well-defined interface for your system. That can be a struggle when your solution is not exactly stable nor well-defined. Nevertheless, that does not excuse you from ignoring the API until implementation. It ne…
 
Is the blame game killing your business before you even know it? It is always difficult to own up to the fact that sometimes when you are the boss, you are also the problem. It is important to take ownership and not be afraid to ask for help. That’s where EOS – or entrepreneurial operating system – comes in. Listen in for the 4 ways you can avoid t…
 
When we talk about creating an architecture for the future, integrations should always be a part of the discussion. These include importing, exporting, and direct integrations via an API. It is limiting to assume that an application will always stand on its own. Even a solution that proves better than all others is served by providing a way for oth…
 
System logs and logging is one of the least sexy things in software development. Nevertheless, they are highly valuable. The ultimate challenge in a logging architecture is balancing information with performance. That is why you want to tackle this during the architecture process. It is time-consuming when left until implementation or beyond. Where…
 
So often, business owners and manager delay taking action to fix personnel issues because they just don't know what their options are. In this episode, we discuss the three options that each of us has when faced with personnel issues, and what the different choices entail. By effectively navigating personnel issues, you can improve outcomes for bot…
 
While the GUI is used for most of our user interaction, there are other methods to consider as well. The areas of focus in this episode will be messages and notifications. Much like other details of our solution, these need to be architected. Our goal is to provide a consistent experience and easy use of these tools for implementation. Messages Of …
 
Hackers are everywhere. Thus, security and authentication are essential pieces of software architecture. There are so many common features of application security available it may seem like no real thought is needed. You can just grab the essential features "off the shelf." Nevertheless, there is much to nail down in architecting the best solution …
 
Systems and solutions will grow if they are successful. Therefore, it is essential for us to consider whether this will be handled by scaling up or scaling out. There are many ways that a solution will need to grow. There can be limitations based on processing, storage, network, or other areas. Each of these can grow in the same way or you can mix-…
 
Despite what you may have heard, confidentiality can pose dangers in the business world. Instead of creating open and honest conversations with everyone in your business, confidentiality can lead to complaints and ultimately not fixing the problem at hand. Instead of keeping conversations under an iron curtain, embrace the ability to be open and ho…
 
Nearly every solution includes some manner of administrative tools. These tools range from scripts and manual process steps to full graphical interfaces and wizards. No matter the form these take, they must be considered as part of architecting a solution. Their very nature is for it to work hand in glove with the architecture and design to manipul…
 
No matter what we build, there is always a foundation of some sort. In software, the core component architecture provides us that foundation. These are the models or objects that provide the framework for all of the other functions. When you design these core pieces of your solution, it is essential to get them right. When you fail to do this, you …
 
The modern world is full of options to connect your app to the Internet. Nevertheless, there are cases where you will have a sometimes connected application. This situation impacts architecture and needs to be understood before starting. "Sometimes" is a challenging situation to handle with your architecture. Thus, it is easier to architect a solut…
 
Architecture design can start at the back-end or the front-end. In either case, you will end up architecting the user experience at some point. The architecture will come out of the user interface and the controls you use. It will be joined with the way you architect the visual portions of the application. The result is more than look-and-feel and …
 
One of the architectural challenges that are often overlooked is large file storage. These may be documents, images, or other general binary structures. This situation is also becoming a much more common challenge for applications. We often have a feature for storing a profile picture for users, PDF documents, or other similar features. This area i…
 
One of the rarest of decisions we are allowed to make is when it comes to selecting languages and frameworks or maybe even libraries for our project. These decisions are often out of our control. Thus, this is not something with which we may have any experience. While we do have the options to do this for our personal applications, the larger ones …
 
In no particular order, we will look at architecting the database as we continue our tour of software architecture from scratch. There are several key considerations to keep in mind while doing this work. A wrong decision or improper architectural choice can have a far-reaching impact as we build from the backend. Here are some areas that we want t…
 
Every journey starts somewhere. When we architect a solution, we need to decide whether to start at the frontend or the backend. There are pros and cons to each approach. Therefore, we need to look at each project to help us determine which method is best. Let's look at the strengths of each of these starting points. The Frontend Approach The front…
 
The decision of Agile vs Waterfall in software development is not often linked to architecture. However, there is a difference in your approach that depends on the SDLC you choose. This choice is one you will probably be asked to make when starting from scratch. While not entirely the domain of the architect, this decision often seems to be driven …
 
We kick off the season on software architecture from scratch with an overview of what we will cover. We also set the table for the assumptions we will make as we walk through our topics. Each topic will cover an area or two of architecting software that we need to address when we start at the beginning. These are not always rocket science. However,…
 
As we near the end of a decade, it is time to consider planning for the year ahead. We need to consider the goals we want to achieve and how much better to be a year from now. Here are some ideas to help you plot out your course. Improve Your Workspace Whether you work from home or an office, there are many ways you can improve your daily experienc…
 
We once again look at finishing strong. Our steady efforts and incremental progress should result in year-end success. However, there always seems to be a need for that final push. No matter how well we plan, the final effort to get across the finish line is a staple of completing a project. This episode is just a little help in cheering you to the…
 
As we start into our last week of the year, it is a good time for looking back. Therefore, we think it is worthwhile to review what we proposed would be the big technical topics of 2019. The summary of that article is that we suggested five hot topics. Azure/Office 365 Amazon AWS Single-Sign-On/Security Virtual Machines/Containers Blockchain Soluti…
 
This is the time of year when you want to make sure that the structure of your business is aligned with your one year plan. Once you get your plan down you need to ensure that the roles and responsibilities within your company are crystal clear so that your structure format can thrive. Want to chat about how EOS can help your company? Contact Jim C…
 
Great one year plans do not always equal success. This is often because humans cannot focus for more than 90 days, and our goals end up falling apart when we lose track of our big long term goals. It is only by coming back together and getting refocused that you can prioritize the next 90 days and see your goals come to fruition. Focusing on 90 day…
 
We wrap up Thanksgiving week with some recommendations for making the most of that time off. While you may be working frantically on Black Friday, there will be a time where you can take a day. Those days off and vacation times are essential to take advantage of. You can even become a better developer by making the most of your "downtime." Get Some…
 
We continue our focus during the U.S. Thanksgiving week with a look at things to be thankful for. This episode, we look at people in our life. These can be friends, family, and even co-workers. Each relationship has its unique traits, and now is an excellent time to consider them. Let's look at some reasons to be thankful for these people that make…
 
The Thanksgiving holiday is upon us in the United States. That allows us a week that is a little lighter than our normal workload and time to reflect. In this time of reflection, one of the things to consider is the effective tools we have for doing our jobs. Avoid Software Piracy The first thing to consider is the people and companies that provide…
 
When dealing with adversity, there are three main types of people. Those who aren’t willing to try, those who get to a certain point and give up, or those who will stop at nothing to overcome an obstacle. Those who are willing to push themselves often have faced adversity in their lives, and it is one of the biggest differentiating factors between …
 
We have reached the end of season 10. This episode wraps up our look at how lists can be a quick way to cover a lot of ground as topics go. This season was a broad range of subjects, and here are a few others to review to become a better developer. Upcoming Hiatus We will be taking a break from Thanksgiving to New Years with only a few Holiday epis…
 
This season has been an homage to clickbait and lists. Nevertheless, some values come from using lists to communicate. There are some critical concepts behind this approach to writing and even sharing ideas. Therefore, it makes sense to offer an episode that looks at three things we can learn from lists and how to make them work for us. A Simple Su…
 
The worst thing that can happen to your career is burnout. This situation can do lasting damage to your reputation as well as eat away at years of progress. Therefore, any steps you take to avoid burnout are worthwhile. Likewise, the situation is one that makes even desperate attempts at avoiding it worth the risk. The suggestions we review are not…
 
While the evaluation process can be difficult to deal with, giving feedback and employee evaluations is an incredibly important part of being a boss. Even the greatest workers need a good mirror to show what they are putting into the world, and it is only by providing feedback to your team that you can speak the truth in as few words as possible an…
 
There are a wealth of reasons for understanding and recognizing software patterns. However, these three crucial software design patterns appear in many different environments. They might even rise to the level of things you should know even without knowing what they are called. These patterns are prevalent and used heavily in modern software soluti…
 
The steady path of continuous improvement can be derailed by burnout. This situation can not only halt progress, but it can also cause us to fall backward. The time and progress lost can be difficult to regain and cause a significant setback. Therefore, we need to be aware of the signs of burnout and be prepared to make changes before it is too lat…
 
It only makes sense that we would provide a list of things that better developers do during this season. That is a primary focus of this site and one that is easy to step into. None of these three tips are challenging to implement. Nevertheless, each one builds over time to become a juggernaut of improvement. These can make your career a successful…
 
It may seem like the sky is changing color when we tell you that less is more, but when it comes to a successful business, giving somebody a little bit less can actually equal more value in return. The paradox of success means more options and opportunity, and it is only by writing things down and figuring out your actual core values that you can b…
 
All resumes are not created equal. There are impressive achievements we can list that will make us stand out from the crowd. While these are goals that take some time and effort, many are not out of reach for anyone in the modern world. Here are three such goals you can achieve to become a better developer and "wow" your colleagues. Write a Book Th…
 
One of the ways to achieve your dream job is to interview better. That allows us to impress decision-makers and win the positions we are suited for. However, a good interview requires time and practice as well as being intentional about the process. Here are three tips to prepare for that next position and win over the interviewers. Research The Po…
 
EOS is all about learning how to focus on the right things. When you focus on the correct things you can be way more wildly successful than businesses who don’t, and EOS can help you narrow in on what exactly you need to focus on. By focusing on the 6 key components of an organization, you can make daily decisions to keep the focus and be more succ…
 
Our career path will inevitably require us to try to win projects or land a job. There are simply no ways to avoid that. That means that almost every time you apply for a project or position, there will be others to compete against. Here are three ways to put your best foot forward and separate your proposal from the others. While these do not guar…
 
Writer's block is a nasty situation when you are trying to crank out regular content. This may be for a blog, a podcast, or a brown bag lunch session. In all of these cases, we want to get straight to the work of creating the content. When we lack a topic or direction, that is not an option. This situation can lead to a lot of lost time while we tr…
 
It is time for honesty. There is a dirty little secret we need to discuss. It might be surprising even. However, we need to talk about the bugs in our code. We all would like to think about writing error-free code. Unfortunately, we also all know that we code bugs more than we want to admit. Therefore, we spend a substantial amount of our time debu…
 
There are many leadership lessons that we can learn from the cockpit. Pilots are trained to stay organized and keep their processes down through very simple things like checklists, and it produces a well run, more fun and profitable operation. With so many things on the go, pilots use checklists to stay on top of what they need to accomplish before…
 
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