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"Tok Tok! Tok! Is this thing still on?" As you might have noticed, we took an extended break for a while and dealt with life and things. In this episode the team is finally back in the recording studio (as always remotely...) to catch up with the audience and warm up for a new season of content. This episode doesn't have a particular theme and we e…
 
"Mathematics. Oh?" Yeah... math. Remember? That subject from back in school and/or uni that you loved or hated or maybe just got along with ok-ish. And mathematics for developers - what is this? This episode is actually Kai's fault. He clearly likes mathematics and even studied it full time at university. We start as usual by going through a few th…
 
In this episode we talk about mechanical keyboards. A lot. We love mechanical keyboards! But before we get into the depths of how they work and why we like them so much, we introduce two new sections to our podcast: "Personal News" and "Community News". The first one should be self-explanatory and in the community news section we specifically want …
 
In this episode we talk about CVs in tech with our friend Raquel Moss. She's is a software engineer from New Zealand, currently living in Krakow in Poland. She works for ConvertKit, mostly on web applications with Ruby and Javascript and is a very avid knitter. The hiring process in the tech industry regularly gets pushed into the spotlight for ina…
 
In this fourth and final episode of our mini-series on public speaking we're covering the final few meters on your road to a successful first conference talk: creating your slide deck and delivering the talk itself. We start with talking about the slides and how to create the content of your talk. There are a few fundamental rules such as avoiding …
 
In the third part of our mini-series on public speaking we're talking about coming up with an idea, a title and actually writing an abstract for your talk. The common problem first-time speakers and submitters face is: "Where do I even start?". It turns out that you don't necessarily start with a title. Often ideas are born out of some experience. …
 
This is the second part of our mini-series on public speaking and we're talking about the selection process. All three of us have been on both sides of the table. We've submitted talks to a lot of conferences ourselves, but we also have been part of the selection processes of tech conferences. When it comes to being a speaker, we're covering the ty…
 
Welcome back to Code Cafeteria. We decided to take a few weeks off, but are now back with a new episode. This week we're launching into a mini-series on public speaking and how to get into public speaking. This first of a couple of planned episodes around the topic is about how we got started, what appeals to us about preparing and delivering techn…
 
We're back from our Bunny Day break (to stay in Animal Crossing New Horizons lingo) and talked about (perceived) dead technologies. We recorded this episode already about a week ago and it was due to me (Kai) stressing around giving a virtual conference talk and then getting on with life in general that it just is being published now, sorry for tha…
 
There's a new Nintendo Switch game that is keeping our minds busy in these difficult times. A game that couldn’t have come at a better time. Of course we are still talking about Animal Crossing! Today’s episode 7A is the second episode about this game. This time we tried doing something different though: We invited a whole lot of our friends that a…
 
The pandemic is - not to anyone's surprise - still not over. As more countries go into lockdowns, at least there's now a game for the Nintendo Switch that seems to have captured everyone's hearts. It offers the perfect storm of Kawaii cuteness and escapism into an alternative reality in which you live with lovely animals on an island building civil…
 
After last week's episode about how things change in the tech industry in these pandemic times, we thought it'd be interesting to get some other people's views on remote work and business continuity planning. Let's face it: Lara, Miguel and I have very clear views on why we prefer remote work and at the same time have less experience from working i…
 
Ok, we've done that weird thing again and went off the main line of the podcast to sneakily injected an interview. After last week's episode about how things change in the tech industry in these pandemic times, we thought it'd be interesting to get some other people's views on remote work and business continuity planning. Let's face it: Lara, Migue…
 
This week's topic is a deviation from our normal plan. Due to the rapid developments around the novel coronavirus and the Covid-19 illness we decided to talk about some implications for the tech industry in regards to work setups and events or conferences. Please note: Neither of us are doctors or epidemiologists. Lara has a background in biology a…
 
We're back in the main line of Code Cafeteria this week and spend some time to talk about our pets and other animals and how they influence us in our home and work lives. While Lara works from an office most days of the week, Miguel and Kai both work remotely from home and have their respective animals around. But Lara's company allows dogs at work…
 
Episode 3AAAWHAT??? Yes, dear listeners - we went back to episode 3 about operating systems for developers. And then we branched off from master into a special feature episode 3A to talk about BSD. For this special feature episode, we reached out to Lenz Gschwendtner, who's been using BSD for server and infrastructure hosting as well as his main da…
 
The Nintendo Switch and video gaming in general are important parts of our lives. In this episode we talk about how we got into the current Nintendo platform, how it's relevant to how we met and cover games we love and look forward to being released in 2020. We also share our tips and tricks for interacting with the Nintendo ecosystem, we talk abou…
 
"Developers, Developers, Developers!!!" - anyone remembering a slightly weird behaving Steve Ballmer running up and down the stage at a Windows 2000 developer conference, chanting these words? At the time he wanted to make clear how Microsoft would focus on developers now and that developers were such an important audience of Microsoft. Let's see h…
 
This is Episode 2, and today we talk about our past job experiences. Miguel talks about what he learned about the gaming industry when he worked there, Kai shares his experience working in Germany and New Zealand before becoming a freelancer, and Lara talks about my time as QA before becoming a developer. Music by Chillhop: https://chillhop.com/lis…
 
In this episode we're talking about developer communities. We're starting off by trying to define what different types and categories of communities there are. It's quite interesting how many different angles there are to look at communities from: online vs. offline, people- or technology-centric, vendor-driven and many others. All three of us have…
 
"Tock tock! Can you hear us? Anyone here?"Welcome to Code Cafeteria, a new podcast about developer life, technologies, games and occasional random other topics. We are Lara, Miguel and Kai and in this mini-episode 0 you're going to learn about our backgrounds and we'll give you some context around who we are and what we do. Have fun and make sure t…
 
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