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Best Thoughtbot podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
Best Thoughtbot podcasts we could find
Updated November 2019
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The Bike Shed
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On The Bike Shed, hosts Chris Toomey & Steph Viccari discuss their development experience and challenges at thoughtbot with Ruby, Rails, JavaScript, and whatever else is drawing their attention, admiration, or ire this week.
 
A podcast about the design, development, and business of great software. Each week thoughtbot's Chad Pytel (CEO) and Lindsey Christensen (CMO) are joined by the people who build and nurture the products we love.
 
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thoughtbot
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Tentative
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Tentative is a podcast about digital product design. Hosted by thoughtbot's Chief Design Officer Kyle Fiedler & Boston Design Director Jaclyn Perrone.
 
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Reboot
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Reboot features interviews with people who have made big career transitions. Hosted by scientist-turned-management-consultant-turned-developer Adarsh Pandit.For sponsorship opportunities, inquire at thoughtbot.com/sponsorship
 
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Build Phase
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Build Phase is a weekly technical podcast discussing iOS development and design. Hosted by iOS developers Nick Charlton and Jack Nutting.
 
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Crossroads
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Crossroads is a bi-weekly podcast in which we talk to experienced developers about how their experience has evolved, ask about pivotal moments in their careers, and what helped them take “junior” out of their title.
 
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D'Podcast
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Welcome to the official Digicorp Podcast - D’Podcast.Digicorp is a software consultancy and startup studio based in Ahmedabad, India. We build usable software products for startups. We also work on home-grown ideas and spin off the most promising ones as separate ventures.But why one more podcast? There are millions of them already! WHY, WHY, WHY? Well, we hear a lot of quality podcasts like a16z Podcast, Giant Robots Smashing Into Other Giant Robots by ThoughtBot, Track Changes by Post Ligh ...
 
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In Action with Wendy
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Host Wendy Closson interviews technologists, founders and coaches on the novel ways they've found success.
 
(when we get around to it)
 
On the Ruby Testing Podcast we discuss how to get started with testing as well as how to write better, more effective tests.
 
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“There is surely nothing quite so useless as doing with great efficiency what should not be done at all.” – Peter Drucker consultant Do customers really know best? What features should we build? Why don’t we have more users? Why aren’t we making more money? Solving real problems means going deeper than visual or tactile design experiences. In t ...…
 
On this week's episode, Steph and Chris dive into the world of crafting pull requests for optimal code review, as well as the flip side of providing code review. How can we make it easy for reviewers, and as reviewers, how can we make it easy for our teammates to incorporate our suggestions? They also discuss the world of testing, from integrat ...…
 
On this week's episode, Steph and Chris dive into the world of crafting pull requests for optimal code review, as well as the flip side of providing code review. How can we make it easy for reviewers, and as reviewers, how can we make it easy for our teammates to incorporate our suggestions? They also discuss the world of testing, from integrat ...…
 
Chris Schnaars joins Kyle to discuss computational design, creative control, design vs art, and the nature of design tooling. Sol Lewitt: A Wall Drawing Retrospective Bret Victor - Inventing on Principle Things for macOS & iOS Chris on InstagramBy thoughtbot
 
On this week's episode, Chris and Steph catch up on recent client adventures, revisit their feelings on using let in rspec, and spend a bit of time outside their respective comfort zones. There's also some talk about nearly full-time pairing, mechanical keyboards, debugging thorny datetime issues, and how we interact with our developer tools an ...…
 
On this week's episode, Chris and Steph catch up on recent client adventures, revisit their feelings on using let in rspec, and spend a bit of time outside their respective comfort zones. There's also some talk about nearly full-time pairing, mechanical keyboards, debugging thorny datetime issues, and how we interact with our developer tools an ...…
 
Pariss Athena, Hiring & Product Team Member at G2i, creator of #BlackTechTwitter, and founder of Black Tech Pipeline, shares her journey from never hearing about code to viral awareness campaign creator, as well as discusses visibility, finding value on twitter, and life online with thousands of followers. Resilient Coders The Tweet that starte ...…
 
On this week's episode, Chris and Steph chat about their new client projects, VimScript, and ways to automate refreshing materialized views in tests. They also play the game Overrated/Underrated, created by Tyler Owen, and respond to a CS student who is feeling overwhelmed by the various technologies and looking to transition from tutorials to ...…
 
On this week's episode, Chris and Steph chat about their new client projects, VimScript, and ways to automate refreshing materialized views in tests. They also play the game Overrated/Underrated, created by Tyler Owen, and respond to a CS student who is feeling overwhelmed by the various technologies and looking to transition from tutorials to ...…
 
Jennifer Dary, founder of Plucky, rejoins the podcast to discuss the rarity of listening, what it feels like to have a six year-old company, and conducts a 1:1 for managers with Lindsey & Chad. Plucky Jennifer on Giant Robots ep 270 Executive Coach or Therapist? 1:1 Manager Pack 'So Now You're a Manager' Training D&D Online Plucky Newsletter Je ...…
 
thoughtbot loves Open Source because of it's inherent security, transparency, and quality. One of our core values as a company is trust, and we can implicitly trust anyone who is letting us see and understand their source-code. We believe that having reusable software that many people work on and contribute to is the best way to iteratively bui ...…
 
Head over to https://thoughtbot.com/jobs to learn more, see open positions, and apply today!By thoughtbot
 
Skipper Chong Warson, Design Director of thoughtbot San Francisco, joins Kyle to discuss the psychology of podcast recording, overcoming awkwardness in communication & public speaking, and avoiding proxies when engaging with clients. “Steve would really like you to get 5 stars…” Full Episode Justice Sonia Sotomayor on Sesame Street Skipper on T ...…
 
On this week's episode, Steph catches us up on her ever-growing collection of mechanical keyboards, Chris talks about his recent purchase of an apple watch, and they follow up a previous discussion around case-sensitivity (or insensitivity) in URLs and email addresses. They round out the discussion with a chat about writing blog posts and some ...…
 
On this week's episode, Steph catches us up on her ever-growing collection of mechanical keyboards, Chris talks about his recent purchase of an apple watch, and they follow up a previous discussion around case-sensitivity (or insensitivity) in URLs and email addresses. They round out the discussion with a chat about writing blog posts and some ...…
 
David Kaplan, head of engineering at Policygenius, discusses joining an established company in a leadership role, factors for long-term success, choosing Flutter over React Native, and challenging assumptions when building out an MVP. Policygenius Flutter vs. React Native David on LinkedIn See open positions at thoughtbot! Become a Sponsor of G ...…
 
On this week's episode, Steph is joined by Brittany Martin, an avid Rubyist and the host of the Ruby on Rails Podcast. They discuss Brittany's passion for roller derby and her upcoming Ruby conference talk: "Hire Me, I'm Excellent at Quitting." They also discuss using AWS Serverless, troubleshooting Postgress connection errors and working with ...…
 
On this week's episode, Steph is joined by Brittany Martin, an avid Rubyist and the host of the Ruby on Rails Podcast. They discuss Brittany's passion for roller derby and her upcoming Ruby conference talk: "Hire Me, I'm Excellent at Quitting." They also discuss using AWS Serverless, troubleshooting Postgress connection errors and working with ...…
 
Cat Noone, CEO of Stark, shares an overview of accessible design, dreams for shaping a more accessible future, helming custom support with a small team, and her motivation to create. Stark Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) Lyra A Stark Difference in Design Newletter Cat on Twitter See open positions at thoughtbot! Become a Sponsor of ...…
 
On this week's episode, Steph shares an update on her mechanical keyboard adventures and provides a summary for the Ruby pipeline operator being reverted. Chris gets Steph's opinion on a possible improvement around using materialized views in tests and describes a recent debugging adventure he and Steph went on. They also discuss a listener que ...…
 
On this week's episode, Steph shares an update on her mechanical keyboard adventures and provides a summary for the Ruby pipeline operator being reverted. Chris gets Steph's opinion on a possible improvement around using materialized views in tests and describes a recent debugging adventure he and Steph went on. They also discuss a listener que ...…
 
Andrew Steele, Olympic Medalist & Head of Product at DNAfit, discusses providing actionable wellness utility from DNA data, goal setting, "blame culture", localization, and his time at the Beijing Olympics. DNAfit Beijing 4x400m Relay Men's Final Icarus (2017) 20% off Health Fit for Giant Robots Listeners in $USD In £GBP Andrew on Twitter See o ...…
 
Live from New York, it's Keiran King & Tyson Gach! They join Kyle to discuss designing apples, comparing and contrasting jobs-to-be-done to other frameworks, and defining 'customer success'. Jobs-to-be-done Workshop Replay Solving Real Problems With Design- Keiran King When Coffee and Kale Compete- Alan Klement Competing Against Luck- Clayton M ...…
 
On this week's episode, Steph recounts an issue with an email client that lowercases URLs and Chris ponders the art of logging and using structured logs. They also highlight a plugin that improves TypeScript support in Vim, how the Pinterest team celebrates the "retirement" of code, and respond to a listener who is debating between refactoring ...…
 
On this week's episode, Steph recounts an issue with an email client that lowercases URLs and Chris ponders the art of logging and using structured logs. They also highlight a plugin that improves TypeScript support in Vim, how the Pinterest team celebrates the "retirement" of code, and respond to a listener who is debating between refactoring ...…
 
Bryan Helmig, cofounder & CTO of Zapier, discusses extending tooling to small businesses through API integration, scaling, early marketing successes, and the future of automation. Zapier Contact Bryan See open positions at thoughtbot! Become a Sponsor of Giant Robots!By thoughtbot
 
On this week's episode, Steph returns from vacation and Chris makes some noise about a fantastic new button. They discuss Steph's continued adventures in search of the perfect mechanical keyboard and then dig into two listener questions on landing a first job as a developer and what frameworks and languages to focus on, as well as discussing so ...…
 
On this week's episode, Steph returns from vacation and Chris makes some noise about a fantastic new button. They discuss Steph's continued adventures in search of the perfect mechanical keyboard and then dig into two listener questions on landing a first job as a developer and what frameworks and languages to focus on, as well as discussing so ...…
 
Adam Scroggin, CEO of CardBoard, discusses user story mapping, consulting vs product work, the importance of goal setting, product market fit, and his favorite tools & services for building web apps. CardBoard Heroku Private Spaces Contact Adam See open positions at thoughtbot! Become a Sponsor of Giant Robots!…
 
Jaclyn is taking a break for a little bit and Kyle sets a course for happiness. We talk about embracing change as an opportunity to define yourself, and having a similar mindset to build good habits between projects. Also, experimenting with and evolving process, and reflecting on the importance of collaboration. The Science of Well-Being Atomi ...…
 
On this week's episode, Matt Sumner guest stars to discuss his recent adventures on a project that uses React, TypeScript and GraphQL. Along the way, Matt and Chris discuss VS Code features, Apollo caching and reflect upon their first year as Development Directors. RoR Podcast episode with Steph Etherium React TypeScript GraphQL TDD VS Code Apo ...…
 
On this week's episode, Matt Sumner guest stars to discuss his recent adventures on a project that uses React, TypeScript and GraphQL. Along the way, Matt and Chris discuss VS Code features, Apollo caching and reflect upon their first year as Development Directors. RoR Podcast episode with Steph Etherium React TypeScript GraphQL TDD VS Code Apo ...…
 
Chris Coyier, cofounder of CodePen, creator of CSS-Tricks, & host of Shop Talk Show, candidly shares how a weekend project turned into a full-time business, aspirations for the future, and areas for improvement. CodePen CSS-Tricks Shop Talk Show Podcast TechTV ChrisCoyier.net Chris on Twitter See open positions at thoughtbot! Become a Sponsor o ...…
 
On this week's episode, Steph discusses a mini design sprint she led to help validate an internal admin tool while Chris muses on the merits of net negative lines of code on a project. They dig into the idea that while code can certainly be an asset, it may also be a liability. They investigate ActiveSupport::MessageVerifier for secure time-sen ...…
 
On this week's episode, Steph discusses a mini design sprint she led to help validate an internal admin tool while Chris muses on the merits of net negative lines of code on a project. They dig into the idea that while code can certainly be an asset, it may also be a liability. They investigate ActiveSupport::MessageVerifier for secure time-sen ...…
 
Jonathan Cutrell, host of Developer Tea and Senior Engineer at Clearbit, discusses the history of the podcast, motivation for creation, learning to say 'no', and what it means to truly be 'remote-friendly'. Clearbit Developer Tea Podcast Spec Tea Break Challenge Jonathan on Twitter See open positions at thoughtbot! Become a Sponsor of Giant Robots!…
 
On this week's episode, Steph and Chris share the news that The Bike Shed won the Best Dev Podcast on the Hackernoon Noonies awards! After a bit of celebration, they get back to their normal adventures with a discussion around onboarding covering the importance, approach, and pitfalls that they've seen in their time joining countless teams. The ...…
 
On this week's episode, Steph and Chris share the news that The Bike Shed won the Best Dev Podcast on the Hackernoon Noonies awards! After a bit of celebration, they get back to their normal adventures with a discussion around onboarding covering the importance, approach, and pitfalls that they've seen in their time joining countless teams. The ...…
 
Devon Zuegel, Product Manager at GitHub, discusses her transition from researcher to product manager, and shepherding the funding, communication, and tooling of open source sustainability. GitHub Devon on The Bike Shed GitHub Sponsors Let’s talk about open source sustainability GitHub Satellite 2019 thoughtbot open source projects Devon on Twit ...…
 
On this week's episode, Chris and Steph discuss their preferred strategy when building an admin portal (spoiler: it's not using a client-side technology), separating our identity from our preferred technology, coding styles that require greater mental effort, and answer a listener's question about deleting migrations. JQuery Elm Enumerable#drop ...…
 
On this week's episode, Chris and Steph discuss their preferred strategy when building an admin portal (spoiler: it's not using a client-side technology), separating our identity from our preferred technology, coding styles that require greater mental effort, and answer a listener's question about deleting migrations. JQuery Elm Enumerable#drop ...…
 
Matt Massicotte, creator of Chime, discusses the landscape of text editors, the complexities of writing your own parsers, building a new product while building a new family, and alternative app platform & pricing models. Chime Matt on Twitter See open positions at thoughtbot! Become a Sponsor of Giant Robots!…
 
On this week's episode, Steph and Chris discuss mechanical keyboards, combating error fatigue, the joy of admin features and respond to two listener questions about typed vs dynamic languages and various ways to "speed up" third-party API calls. AppSignal New Relic - Six Steps to Combat Alert Fatigue Details and Summary HTML elements Elm Scala ...…
 
On this week's episode, Steph and Chris discuss mechanical keyboards, combating error fatigue, the joy of admin features and respond to two listener questions about typed vs dynamic languages and various ways to "speed up" third-party API calls. AppSignal New Relic - Six Steps to Combat Alert Fatigue Details and Summary HTML elements Elm Scala ...…
 
Jordan Berke, CEO & founder of RepOne Strength, discusses finding your customers, working in the world of open source hardware, sourcing materials, relentless work pace, and bootstrapping. RepOne Strength Open Source NYC "Bill Gates says startup founders should not take weekends or vacations in the early days of building a company"- Business In ...…
 
Kyle has fun with a hiring-promo read, while Jaclyn dislikes the polling system in Slack. Also, presenting visual design to clients for feedback, frameworks for critique, and fostering creativity through constraints. This episode of Tentative is sponsored by Indeed Prime Red Light, Yellow Light, Green Light: A Design Exercise for Getting Feedba ...…
 
On this week's episode Chris is joined by Michael Chan aka @chantastic, host of the React Podcast and prolific maker and sharer throughout the internets. They discuss Micheal's work on the React Podcast and themes in open source in general, Michael's focus on communication and delivering value, and the honest take that no one has all the answer ...…
 
On this week's episode Chris is joined by Michael Chan aka @chantastic, host of the React Podcast and prolific maker and sharer throughout the internets. They discuss Micheal's work on the React Podcast and themes in open source in general, Michael's focus on communication and delivering value, and the honest take that no one has all the answer ...…
 
Courtney & Tye Caldwell, Co-founders of ShearShare, discuss their journey from salon owners to startup founders, defining an MVP and maintaining a narrow focus for your product. ShearShare Mentored by Failure- Tye Caldwell ShearShare Simplifying Financials Tech.Co Startup of the Year 2016 Courtney on Twitter Tye on Twitter See open positions at ...…
 
On this week's episode, Chris and Steph weigh-in on curved monitors, discuss how pairing improves productivity and team morale, and respond to two listener questions inquiring what makes Rails successful and new project nerves. Vote for us for 'Best Dev' Podcast in this year's Noonie Awards. Rails react-testing-library React Elm active_model_se ...…
 
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