Ben Halpern knows a lot about founding and growing online communities responsibly. He joins us to share his knowledge and experience from turning a popular Twitter handle into the Dev.to online community platform.
For most open source projects to survive and thrive it takes contributions beyond just code. SRE, emoji maven and keeper of many hats Katie McLaughlin joins us to share how you can make acknowledgement of contributions part of your workflow. We also talk party parrots, emoji politics and ghosts in your machine.
Algorithms are used across the American justice system as sentencing aids. As an undergraduate at Harvard Priscilla Guo examined the use of these algorithms, making stunning findings on their makeup and use.
Finding angel investment can be a mission for early stage startups. But what should you do if you want to be one of the investors? Karla Fraguada joins us to give tips on getting into angel investment and how to best pitch your project to angels. She also offers a guided tour of the Pipeline Angels program, designed to help women and femme nonbinary folks enter angel investment.
Humans have the will and desire for far space flight. But our fragile, fleshy bodies need technology to help us survive the journey. Rochelle Velho Academic Clinical Fellow in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine moonlights as a researcher into the medical technology we'll need to bring with us for the journey to Mars.
Web developer Katie Fenn joins us to look at how remote working is structured across the team bringing npm to the world. We discuss what you need to be a successful remote worker and what employers need to provide for great remote working experiences.
Operation Code is a nonprofit focused on helping veterans and military spouses transition into meaningful work in technology. Conrad Hollomon joins us to talk about the program, it's challenges and to look at ways the tech industry could better reach out to this pool of valuable talent.
Web animation specialist Rachel Nabors joins us to talk about the rules for getting started with animation for the web and sneaks in some valuable tips on international relocation, picked up through her recent move to Amsterdam.
Negotiations let you get more out of that new job offer, raise or the promotion you've been angling for. But they can be difficult to navigate. Join Amy and Gloria for an episode packed with practical advice you can start applying to your negotiations.
Through her work in academia Dr. Mbogho noticed vital skills being absent from computer science curricula. She founded KamiLimu, a six month structured mentorship program for students in Nairobi. Dr. Mbogho joins us to talk about the program and the skills new technologists need to best compete in the global tech industry.
Some of the most persistent problems in tech are human issues. Coraline Ada and Naomi Freeman took a break from writing their upcoming book The Compassionate Coder to speak to us about empathy in technology.
We're joined by founder of the Scotland JS and Scotland CSS conferences to talk about what it takes to run big scale events and how to source speakers. As a part of sourcing speakers for his events, Peter started a global speaker training and outreach program designed to help underrepresented minorities from across technology get on stage and share their ideas with the world.
Carl Martin left a lucrative role and life in NYC to come back to the UK and build a beautiful, user centered alternative to LinkedIn. He built first a prototype and with help built a product that a core of users love. But the seed and VC funding needed to help PingApp never developed, leaving Carl to make tough choices on his future and the future of Ping.