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SHOW SUMMARY: In this episode we are exploring the origin and journey of an incredible member of the Angular community, Doguhan Uluca. He’s a Technical Fellow at a company called Excella in Washington DC. He’s also notably from Turkey. We’ll explore his story and his journey into tech. LINKS: https://duluca.github.io/ https://twitter.com/duluca htt…
 
SHOW SUMMARY: More and more, we’ve had some really difficult and devastating events take place all over the world. How can we as programmers and software engineers push back against these kinds of things and bring more goodness into our communities and the world around us? To help us answer these kinds of questions, we brought Jordan Powell from Cy…
 
SHOW SUMMARY: In this episode our guest is the talented and successful Martine Dowden. We inspect the fast track to success, one of us from the perspective of there just isn’t one, one of us with the perspective that there are definitely slow tracks and fast tracks, and the other one has the perspective that the track is completely busted. It’s up …
 
SHOW SUMMARY: It’s something we all think about and yet no one really talks about… yup, getting a raise! In this episode we brought our good friend Michael Dowden back on the show to discuss how to go about asking for a raise as a software engineer. How much should you ask for? When is the best time to ask? What do you do if your request is turned …
 
SHOW SUMMARY: In this episode we engage in a discussion with Ryan Chenkie of Elevate Digital & CourseLift.com about his tweet. A whole episode about a tweet? Yeah! Well we felt like was saying something important and we decided to explore it more. His tweet was “The more experience I get as a developer, the more I’m ok with just being average at it…
 
SHOW SUMMARY: In this episode our guest is Paul Spears, an Enterprise system architect and consultant for Oasis Digital. We’ve challenged Paul to help us tackle a difficult subject: what can you do if you’ve got a difficult boss? We also tap into his experience as a leader to help you identify ways to be a better manager yourself. LINKS: https://oa…
 
SHOW SUMMARY: In this episode, we talk with Joe Pea, a software engineer from NASA. Specifically, how did Joe get involved at NASA & what does it take to work there? What does a developer at NASA do from day to day and what kind of career opportunities can it lead to? We then get Joe’s advice for others interested in working at NASA as well, and we…
 
This episode originally aired on Software Engineering Radio. A few topics covered Building on top of open source Forking their GoTrue dependency Relying on Postgres features like row level security Adding realtime support based on Postgres's write ahead log Generating an API layer based on the database schema with PostgREST Creating separate EC2 in…
 
SHOW SUMMARY: In today’s episode we welcome back Igor Minar for a discussion about empathy and what it means to practice empathy for self, for others, and as a software engineer. How can empathy help you live a better life, improve relationships, and help you improve your performance on the job? Igor answers all this and more! LINKS: https://blog.a…
 
SHOW SUMMARY: In today’s episode we talk with Katerina Skroumpelou about workplace conflict. What do you do in situations where you’re involved with conflict of one kind or another? How can you be sure it’s something that needs more serious action? How far do you let it go before taking action? Are YOU the person that needs to make changes? Get ans…
 
SHOW SUMMARY: In today’s episode of NgXP, we get real and raw with Chau Tran about his journey as a Vietnamese immigrant and developer. Chau shares his experiences working in the U.S. after having immigrated. From the good to the bad, Chau discusses both the opportunities he’s seized to the inequalities, biases, and prejudices he has experienced as…
 
SHOW SUMMARY: In today’s episode of NgXP, GDE and contributor to the original Angular documentation, Ward Bell talks about how to quit your job. After first discussing how to know when it’s time to move on, Ward then covers best practices for leaving a position, how to make the transition smooth, what to do when things may not be ending on the best…
 
SHOW SUMMARY: In today’s episode of NgXP, we’re joined by Nathan Walker from nStudios to talk about innovation in programming. What exactly is innovation? Is it right for your career path in programming? How do you develop the skills necessary to be successful at innovating and how do you even start AND finish the process? Nathan answers all these …
 
SHOW SUMMARY: Today’s episode of NgXP gives a look into the life and career of Nrwl’s “primary founder”, Victor Savkin. Victor starts by talking about his work at Nrwl and leading a strong group of experienced engineers. He then takes us back into his earliest years working with computers, earning multiple graduate degrees, moving to Canada, gettin…
 
Jason Swett is the author of the Complete Guide to Rails Testing. We covered Jason's experience with testing while building relatively small Ruby on Rails applications. Our conversation applies to just about any language or framework so don't worry if you aren't familiar with Rails. A few topics covered: - Listen to advice but be aware of its conte…
 
SHOW SUMMARY: Don’t stress out! In this episode of NgXP, we’re joined by Cloud Developer Advocate, international speaker, & author Dan Wahlin who talks with us about dealing with stress & anxiety as a software engineer or programmer. Dan identifies common stressors in the workplace, how to both minimize and overcome them, and shares helpful outlets…
 
SHOW NOTES: In today’s episode of NgXP, we invite you to come get to know Igor Minar like you’ve never heard from him before. He shares his personal stories of how he first started using code, going through university and moving to the U.S, to then getting involved with the creation of AngularJS, his role at Google, and where he plans to go from he…
 
SHOW SUMMARY: In this episode, we talk about game-based learning and gamification in the enterprise with Charlotte Cheng from CodeCombat.com. Using CodeCombat as an example, Charlotte talks about the benefits of using games as a platform for teaching and learning and how games help students take part in their own learning process. She then discusse…
 
SHOW SUMMARY: In this episode of NgXP, get ready for a new inspiring People of Angular episode with Google Maps and Web Technologies GDE, Katerina Skroumpelou. Katerina shares her strong example of how to boldly develop new skills and achieve greater heights throughout your career, including how to expand your network and find the opportunities tha…
 
SHOW SUMMARY: What does it mean to be a leader in programming and software engineering? How do you step up as a leader and who can step up as a leader on your team? In this episode of NgXP, we’re joined by Senior Developer Experience Engineer Tara Z. Manicsic to discuss how every member on a team can be a leader within their role. Tara talks about …
 
SHOW SUMMARY: In today’s episode, Minko Gechev joins the show to share his personal story from first-time coder to becoming the Technical lead & Manager for Angular Developer Relations at Google. Minko talks about advancing his skills, contributing to Open Source, moving & working abroad, and selling a successful startup, and then gives insights an…
 
SHOW SUMMARY: Nobody wants to be a brown-noser, but it IS nice to stand out at your job. In this episode of NgXP, Joe Eames from XLTS and ng-conf talks about how, from junior to senior, extroverted to introverted, YOU can shine at your job! We go over key attributes, techniques, tips, and much, much, more so you can be a standout employee and reach…
 
SHOW SUMMARY: In this episode of NgXP, we dig into how diet and nutrition play an important part in a happy life as programmers and professionals who spend a lot of time behind the computer. We’re joined by diet and nutrition expert Emilie Davis from Whole Essentials Nutrition who talks about potential consequences of a sedentary lifestyle and poor…
 
SHOW SUMMARY: Mike Hartington from Ionic shares his thoughts and suggestions on building communities. Mike emphasizes how “community” isn’t necessarily defined by groups in large numbers but how it can often be most impactful in smaller, less formal situations. How do you start these kinds of communities? How do you keep them going? And what benefi…
 
SHOW SUMMARY: In today’s episode of NgXP, we have a transparent conversation with Google Developer Relations Engineer Mark Thompson about finding balance between your work and family life. After discussing common beliefs and obstacles that’ve created disparities between work and family life, Mark then shares what he's done to overcome them. He roun…
 
SHOW SUMMARY: For this episode of NgXP, Joe Eames from ng-conf and Thinkster.io joins us to discuss the pros and cons and the ins and outs of pair programming. What exactly is pair programming and why would you want to invest time in such a process? Who exactly is it for? What are the best practices for pair programming and when is it most effectiv…
 
SHOW SUMMARY: In this episode, Wesley Faulkner from SingleStore and the Community Pulse podcast joins us to talk about neurodiversity and learning differences in technology. Wesley stresses the importance for managers and co-workers to be open to working with and conscientious of those who have learning challenges such as dyslexia and ADHD. Digging…
 
SHOW SUMMARY: In today’s episode of the Angular Experience, we’re joined by Laura Hackney, co-founder and CEO at AnnieCannons, a company dedicated to helping teach survivors of human trafficking and other gender-based violence to code and eventually find full-time job opportunities. Laura talks about the company’s mission, how they develop their tr…
 
In this episode of NgXP, we talk with Misko Hevery, the Father of Angular, about his recent work with Builder.io and the Qwik web development framework. Misko shares his thoughts on assumptions he thinks exist about how the web is built and how Builder.io and Qwik disrupt these assumptions. He then discusses how Builder.io is making it possible eCo…
 
SHOW SUMMARY: In today’s episode, Michael Callaghan, a software engineer from the team at Walt Disney World, joins the Angular Experience in this episode for a discussion about how to teach children to code. Michael shares his experience teaching his son and other children how to program, from what works to ideas and strategies that aren’t as recom…
 
Swizec is the author of the Serverless Handbook and a software engineer at Tia. Swizec Swizec's personal site Serverless Handbook AWS Lambda API Gateway Operating Lambda (The cold start problem) Provisioned Concurrency DynamoDB Relational Database Service Aurora Simple Queue Service CloudFormation CloudWatch Other serverless function hosting provid…
 
In today’s episode, RxJS Core Team Lead Ben Lesh joins us again to talk about facing public criticism. Ben talks about how to respond when others share harsh words or thoughts about you or your work, how these kinds of situations can be turned into something positive, and how to extend support to others who find themselves in similar situations. CO…
 
In today’s episode, we’re joined by GDE and Developer Advocate Mike Hartington from Ionic. Mike talks about how to keep yourself motivated as a programmer as well as how to both avoid burnout and how to overcome it when it happens. CONNECT WITH US: Mike Hartington @mhartington Brooke Avery @JediBravery Erik Slack @erik_slack…
 
Alexander Pugh is a software engineer at Albertsons. He has worked in Robotic Process Automation and the cognitive services industry for over five years. This episode originally aired on Software Engineering Radio. Related Links Alexander Pugh's personal site Enterprise RPA Solutions Automation Anywhere UiPath blueprism Enterprise "Low Code/No Code…
 
In this episode of the Angular Experience, we bring Google Developer Expert & Microsoft MVP Michael Dowden back on the show to talk about cracking down on cybersecurity. Michael starts by breaking down the issues concerning data security, industry standards, and where we currently stand up to those standards. He rounds off the discussion by sharing…
 
On today’s show, we welcome back our friend Craig Spence to share his tips and secrets for giving talks that are creative and entertaining. He shares his process, from coming up with topic and title ideas to preparing the talk, submitting your proposal, and how to deliver a presentation that others will remember for years to come. CONNECT WITH US: …
 
In today’s episode of the Angular Experience, we have a unique conversation with Misko Hevery about his journey into tech. Misko shares his first experiences with programming to his time at college, on to his first jobs in the tech industry and how that led to working at Google where he eventually became the Father of Angular and beyond. LINKS: htt…
 
In today’s episode of NgXP, we talk with RxJS Core Team Lead Ben Lesh about Championing Open Source Software. Ben starts by discussing some of his Open Source contributions at Google for Angular as well as with RxJS and then he shares some tips and insights on contributing for first timers up to enterprise level projects alike. To round out the con…
 
SHOW SUMMARY: This week, join us as we chat with Kim Maida from Ionic about her path into programming. She shares some twists and turns in her story and how she went from zoology to eventually making her way into leadership roles. Kim’s inspiring story is packed with great lessons, especially the importance of diversity in programming. CONNECT WITH…
 
For today’s episode of the Angular Experience, we’re taking a real world look at how Angular is being used to do good in the community. We sat down with Engineering Manager Dallas Cook from Sondermind.com to discuss how they’re using Angular to make it possible for mental health patients to match with qualified therapists and receive virtual or in-…
 
Josef Strzibny is the author of Deployment from Scratch and a current Fedora contributor. He previously worked on the Developer Experience team at Red Hat. This episode originally aired on Software Engineering Radio. Links: Deployment from Scratch @strzibnyj systemd Introduction to Control Groups SELinux Fedora Rocky Linux Puma AppSignal Datadog Ro…
 
For today’s episode of the Angular Experience, we’re joined by Craig Spence, Senior Engineer at Spotify. Craig talks to us about his experience of moving from his home in New Zealand to living and working in Sweden. He offers his advice on things that should be considered before deciding to work abroad, including barriers, benefits, and financial a…
 
In today’s episode of The Angular Experience, Brooke and Erik are joined by event organizing pro Alisa Duncan to talk about event networking tips and suggestions for introverts and extroverts alike. They address how to connect with fellow attendees and developers, speakers, sponsors, and potential employers as well. CONNECT WITH US: Alisa Duncan - …
 
In this week’s episode of The Angular Experience, we chat with Martina Kraus, an expert on founding, organizing, and running meetups and conferences alike. We discuss the ins and outs of organizing these kinds of events, from the planning, prep, organization, and all the way through successful completion. Martina also shares the current state of th…
 
In this episode, we sit down with Martine and Michael Dowden to talk about the benefits of and the process for creating quality learning content. The Dowden’s share their experiences from giving public talks, teaching workshops, writing articles, publishing books, and creating online courses. Why should someone want to create learning content? How …
 
For today’s episode of the Angular Experience, we have an in-depth talk about the hows and whys of good documentation with Dave Shevitz, the Lead Technical Writer at Google. Dave explains the approaches he’s taken with the docs for Angular, what their focus has been, what their focus will be moving forward, and offers advice for how you can be keep…
 
Getting involved in the Angular community can be really beneficial. But what does it even mean to “get involved” and why should you want to? Erik, Brooke, and Yvonne dive into these questions and share some of their personal favorite ways to get involved for experienced developers to beginners alike. After discussing the topic in-depth, we’re joine…
 
In this episode of NgXP, we dive deep with accomplished author, speaker, GDE, and Microsoft MVP Deborah Kurata about imposter syndrome at all levels of your career. Deborah shares how developing “superpowers” can help you break out of self-defeating thoughts and strengthen your confidence to better reach your full potential. For our second segment …
 
In this episode, we talk about the challenges of strong and effective communication while working remotely and how to overcome those hurdles. We go through our top shares of how to make and keep strong connections while working remotely. We're then joined by Jay Bell from Trellis.org where the company is using Angular to help companies create, mana…
 
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