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Join us as we level up the next generation of technologists! Welcome to The State of Developer Education, a podcast by Major League Hacking. We explore how developers should and are educated to help you - the next generation - prepare for the real world. I'm your host Jonathan Gottfried, co-founder, hacker, entrepreneur, and hobbyist baker.
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The Agile Digital Transformation podcast is focused on topics such as digital transformation case studies and best practices. We explore technology and tools to support digitalization and aim towards actionable, real-world advice and insights.
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The Reconfigured Podcast is a show that explores the intersection of technology, culture, and society which is hosted by Mohamad Kalaaji (technolaaji). We bring professionals to talk about their extended experience or discuss about a topic that might be interesting. All of our episodes are available for free to the general public at no additional cost
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Eric Siegel is a former Columbia professor, leading ML consultant & author of The AI Playbook, and Greg Kihlstrom is a CX and marketing technology transformation consultant, author & keynote speaker, as well as the host of The Agile Brand. In this episode, Eric and Greg return to the podcast to discuss how tapping into agile principles would enable…
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Wessel van der Pal is the co-founder and tech lead at the design and development agency take it_. In this episode, we discuss headless content management systems and how they can help businesses streamline all of their digital transformation and digital strategy efforts. We focus more on the business aspects of headless CMS rather than on the techn…
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Rick Yvanovich holds numerous credentials and qualifications in business management, and he's also the founder of the professional services firm TRG International, as well as the author of Business as Unusual: How To Thrive In The New Renaissance. In our second conversation, Rick turns the tables on Tim and interviews him about his own personal and…
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Tune in to our Developer Docs and Content panel with experts from Twilio, Redocly, and Fern. We'll be talking about how these teams consistently create excellent developer-focused content, how you can measure the effectiveness of your content strategy, and the modern tooling required to level up your developer experience through content and docs. T…
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Jonathan Gottfried is the co-founder of Major League Hacking, as well as the podcast host of the State of Developer Education podcast. In this episode, we discuss the importance of developer education in today's highly volatile digital world. We talk about the evolution of developer education, the impact of (generative) AI, as well as the role of h…
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Kimberly Eubank is a keynote speaker, advisor, coach and leading expert on digital transformation, as well as the Chief Digital Information Officer at Big Ass Fans. In this episode, we talk about the importance of embracing and planning for change, focusing on Kimberly’s Ready for Change framework and how it can help companies and organizations suc…
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Today's episode is with Yan Cui, Principle consultant at TheBurningMonk Limited. We have covered several topics related to serverless in terms of adoption, architecture, security, tooling and frameworks, testing and monitoring, and much more Chapters: 00:00 Introduction and Background 02:54 Running a Consultancy Company 07:59 Self-Publishing vs. Wo…
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Stephany Lapierre is the founder and CEO of the leading supplier data foundation platform TealBook. In this episode, we discuss how the innovation in artificial intelligence can be leveraged to turn uncertainty into opportunity in the supply chain sector. We talk about the opportunities AI brings to procurement & the supply chain, as well as the ch…
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Matthew Kleiman is the co-founder and CEO of Cumulus Digital Systems as well as the author of the recently released book Work Done Right. In our second conversation with Matthew, we talk about making use of artificial intelligence, and in particular large language models, without falling for the hype surrounding these technologies. We revisit the c…
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In this insightful podcast titled "How to Utilize AI in DevRel," Greg Baugues, Raymond Camden, and Ash Arnwine, seasoned professionals in Developer Relations (DevRel), share their expertise on integrating artificial intelligence (AI) into DevRel practices. Hosted by Jon Gottfried, Co-Founder at MLH, the discussion navigates through various aspects …
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Anton Skornyakov is a holder of the esteemed certified Scrum Trainer certification, co-founder and managing director of Agile Coach and author of The Art of Slicing Work: How to Navigate Unpredictable Projects. In this episode, Anton breaks down the concept of slicing work and how it can benefit businesses and organizations. He shares numerous tips…
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Today's episode is with Christophe Zoghbi, founder at Zaka AI and Beirut AI. We have covered several topics related to AI from its impact on daily activities, trends, challenges and bias regarding AI, and much more00:00 Intro00:23 Christophe's intro00:57 Christophe's journey into the world of AI06:32 Challenges educating in the AI space12:00 Signif…
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Greg Brooks is the Chief Marketing Officer at the data-driven SEO and link building agency SearchTides. In this episode, we talk about the future of search engine marketing and optimization in a digital landscape driven by artificial intelligence. We take a look at the state of SEO before the public release of ChatGPT in November 2022, what has cha…
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Franz Karlsberger is the CEO of the developer focused open-source application delivery and hosting platform amazee.io. In this episode, we talk about navigating the challenges of building a successful business based on open-source technologies, with Franz sharing his first-hand experiences of leading amazee.io as well as his tips for making sense o…
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Are you ready to take your Developer Relations efforts to new heights with Campus Ambassador Programs? These initiatives are not just about spreading brand awareness; they're about tapping into the pulse of academic institutions, nurturing relationships with budding developers, and fostering a community brimming with innovation and enthusiasm. Our …
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Today's episode is with Patrick Samy. Patrick is currently working on Peak (https://www.joinpeak.co/), co-founder and CEO of Span (acquired by Eight Sleep). We have talked about several topics from working in big corps, starting your own company, providing market fit, and much more 00:00 Intro00:23 Patrick Intro01:08 Peak 09:57 Span (from start til…
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Nikola Mrkšić is one of the masterminds behind Apple's digital assistant Siri, as well as the CEO and co-founder of PolyAI. In this episode, we speak about winning (back) trust in the age of artificial intelligence. We discuss the importance of trust for effective customer relationships, as well as look at the bigger picture with regards to the ove…
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Oh, the Humanity (of DevRel Marketing) with Reena Leone from Imply In this week’s episode Jon is joined by Reena Leone, the Senior Developer Evangelist at Imply. They discuss the confluence of developers and marketing: the importance of collaboration and organization of your content, and how to appeal to the human inside every Developer. LinkedIn: …
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Andrej Safundzic is the CEO and co-founder of Lumos, an advanced SaaS management and identity governance platform. In this episode, we discuss the APPocalypse, that is, the overabundance of digital tools and applications. We start with some history and how we got to this sprawl of apps, before moving on to discussing the impacts it has on both busi…
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Balancing Big Initiatives and Personal Connections: Insights into Developer Advocacy with Nicolas Grenié of Typeform In this episode of The State of Developer Education, Jon is joined by Nicolas Grenié, a Developer Advocate for Typeform. Join them as they discuss Nicolas' coding origin story, the evolution of developer advocacy over the past decade…
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Eric Siegel is a former Columbia professor, leading ML consultant and author of The AI Playbook: Mastering the Rare Art of Machine Learning Deployment, which has just recently been released. In this episode, we talk about whether or not we're headed towards an AI winter and what implications this would have for the future of innovation in artificia…
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DevRel RoI: How Teams Measure Impact and Success In this week’s episode, Jon is joined by Jacklyn Biggin, SJ Morris, and John Vajda. Jacklyn Biggin is a Developer Advocate at Automattic, SJ Morris is the Senior Manager of Developer Community at HubSpot, and John Vajda is DX and Growth Team Manager at Deepgram. In this episode, Jon and his guests di…
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Cody Schneider is the co-founder of the AI SEO content engine DraftHorse AI, and of an advanced AI writer engine for podcasters, Swell AI. In this episode, we talk about how to navigate career pivots through disruption and volatility, and Cody shares some of his personal experience with needing to make a sudden shift in his career. Links & mentions…
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The Importance of Storytelling in Developer Relations with Liz Moy of Intercom In this week’s episode, Jon is joined by Liz Moy, Senior Developer Relations Engineer at Intercom. Intercom seeks to build a future where most customer conversations are successfully resolved without needing human support, freeing up the team to work on higher-value cust…
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Bridging the Developer Education Gap with Tim Castillo of Dagster Labs In this week’s episode, Jon is joined by Tim Castillo, Data Engineer and Developer Advocate for Dagster Labs. Tim is a technology enthusiast and expert with a strong foundation in computer science and data engineering. Carving out his career trajectory in the bustling tech commu…
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Lisa Carlin is a strategy execution specialist and scale up mentor, as well as co-founder of FutureBuilders Group, a network of Organizational Development specialists. In this episode, we talk about designing successful strategies and building internal communities to drive change with significant benefits and as little upheaval as possible to the p…
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In this week’s episode, Jon is joined by Pranav Shikarpur, a Developer Advocate at Pangea. As a young entrepreneur and civic problem solver, Pranav is a true innovator who has already won the MIT Minor Planet Honor and Grand Award at the Intel ISEF 2018. In this episode, John and Pranav discuss how to simplify security for developers, unpack his pa…
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Jack Skeels is an award-winning executive, frequent keynote speaker and published thought leader, the CEO & founder of AgencyAgile, and the author of the recently published book Unmanaged. In this episode, we break down the concept of unmanaging, exploring how it differs from traditional management approaches and in what ways it resembles the agile…
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Open Source Realities: Balancing Risks and Rewards in Development with John Richards In this week’s episode, Jon is joined by John Richards; The Head of Developer Relations at Paladin Cloud, a rapidly growing, open-source, cloud security company with a Security-as-Code platform, helping to reduce risks in cloud environments. In this episode, John i…
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Matthew Kleiman is the co-founder and CEO of Cumulus Digital Systems as well as the author of the recently released book Work Done Right. In this episode, we talk about some of the key lessons and takeaways from Matthew's book, covering topics such as systems thinking and how it differs from systems engineering, the issues with having to do rework …
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Bot Games: Gamifying the Learning Experience with Micah Smith from Automation Anywhere In this week’s episode, Jon is joined by an influential thought leader with over 15 years of experience in the automation space, Micah Smith, the current Vice President of Community and Learning at Automation Anywhere. In this episode, Micah shares his expertise …
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Merging Creativity and Code: Transforming Robotics Education with Arielle Mella from Viam In this week’s episode, Jon sits down with Arielle Mella, Developer Advocate at Viam, whose eclectic background sits at the intersection of art, technology, design, and education. In this episode, Arielle shares how she prioritizes a creative and fun-first app…
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Amir Haramaty is the CEO and co-founder of aiOla, an AI speech technology that helps businesses streamline inspections. In this episode, we discuss how the evolution in AI speech technology is transforming enterprise operations. We talk about the real-life applications of benefits of streamlined speech technology, and Amir shares the story of aiOla…
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Open Source Models and Developer Education with Jacob Marks of Voxel51 In this episode, Jon talks to Jacob Marks, Machine Learning Engineer and Developer Evangelist at Voxel51, whose background is rooted in scientific research having formally been a Ph.D. resident at X the moonshot factory. In this episode, Jacob and Jon unpack the current hype sur…
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Eric Holtzclaw is the founding partner and chief strategist of the full-service B2B marketing firm Liger. In this episode, we explore the modern-day marketing maze and how to best navigate it. We focus particularly on content marketing; on the core values, mission and vision of a brand; and on the abundance of MarTech available, as well as the chan…
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Today's episode is with Shane Afsar, Senior Engineering Manager at Algolia. We have talked about several topics including engineering management, remote team management, dealing with legacy systems, getting involved in the business of things, how to know if someone fits your team, and much more 00:00 Intro 00:41 Shane's intro 01:05 Shane's role at …
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Art, AI and Developer Advocacy with Kirk Kaiser In this episode, Jon talks to Kirk Kaiser, former Head of Developer Relations at Gitpod and author of Make Art with Python, a book that teaches programming fundamentals through art instead of print statements. In this episode, Kirk and Jon explore software development through the lens of creativity to…
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Alex Chabot-Leclerc is the Vice President of Digital Transformation Solutions at Enthought, a science-focused digital transformation consultancy. In this episode, we discuss how the field of research and development (R&D) can tap into the power of new AI technologies in order to stay on the cutting edge of innovation. We focus primarily on how R&D …
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Today's episode is with Fadi Boulous, founder and CEO of Supportful. We have discussed several topics from supporting local talent, decreasing the brain drain, supporting companies efficiently, dealing with remote teams, hiring the right talent, and much more 00:00 Intro 00:44 Fadi's intro 01:13 Fadi's journey switching from academia to entrepreneu…
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Creating Impactful Developer Education Content with Alex Merced from Dremio In this week’s episode, Jon sits down with Alex Merced, Developer Advocate at Dremio and YouTuber who produces a wide range of multimedia content to help the next generation of web developers. In this episode, Alex shares his secrets on how he creates impactful developer ed…
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Oliver Davies is a software developer and consultant with 16 years of professional Drupal development experience, including working on drupal.org for the Drupal Association and being an Acquia Triple Certified Drupal Expert. In this episode, we make the business case for test-driven development (TDD) and automated software testing, exploring why no…
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Hedy: Simplifying Syntax with Dr. Felienne Hermans In this week’s episode, Jon sits down with Dr. Felienne Hermans, Professor of Computer Science Education at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and the creator of Hedy, a new and exciting, gradual textual programming language that simplifies how people learn to code. In this episode, Dr Felienne shares ho…
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Emily Yorgey is a UX/UI designer at Modulous, a modern technology platform which aids in streamlining construction projects. In this episode, we dive into the importance of intentional UX design in the current digital age which is dominated by persuasive and manipulative tech, drawing key insights from Emily's great article "How to build intentiona…
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The Importance of Observability Within the Developer Role with Jemiah Sius from New Relic In this week’s episode, Jon sits down with Jemiah Sius, Senior Director of Developer Relations at New Relic. As a self-taught developer, Jemiah has a wealth of experience in a range of different areas, including full-stack development, product management, and …
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Greg Kihlstrom is a customer experience and marketing technology transformation consultant, author, and keynote speaker, as well as the host of The Agile Brand podcast. In this episode, we talk about continuous improvement of AI and customer experience. We break down the concept of AI maturity and discuss how agility goes hand in hand with continuo…
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Optimizing Developers’ Learning Experience with Caitlin Davey, Lead of Drivers Docs at MongoDB In this week’s episode, Jon sits down with Caitlin Davey, the Lead of Drivers Docs at MongoDB. As a documentation specialist, Caitlin is an educator who works at the intersection of technology and learning. Jon and Caitlin discuss the enhancing effects of…
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Jan Pilhar is the Executive Director at IBM iX DACH and Co-Leader of their Digital Advisory Practice DACH. In this episode, we talk about unlocking the power of AI for business-wide transformation, focusing more on the possibilities & challenges for larger enterprises versus small/medium businesses. One of the key points in the discussion is also t…
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Understanding the Impact of AI on Developers’ Education with Logan Kilpatrick from OpenAI In today’s episode, Jon sits down with Logan Kilpatrick, a Member of the Developer Advocacy Staff at OpenAI to discuss the impact of AI on the developer community. As a leading developer, Logan’s resume is filled with large-scale organizations including NASA, …
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Nick Petroski is the founder of Promethean Research, a boutique consultancy which helps digital agencies grow more reliably with higher margins and simpler operations. In this episode, we discuss how generative AI and large language models are impacting digital agencies. We cover why and how the decline in agency growth started and how the explosio…
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The Importance of Security in Software Development with Randall Degges, Head of Developer Relations and Community at Snyk In today’s episode, Jon sits down with Randall Degges, Head of Developer Relations and Community at Snyk, to unpack the niche world of security software engineering. Starting his career as a college drop out, Randall Degges is n…
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