The End of Season 7
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As the seventh season of the Learn to Code With Me podcast draws to a close, I reflect on the inspiring transformation stories we shared, including recaps of my favorite moments.

I also share updates on LTCWM and my goals for 2020, including a sneak peek into what we’re working on next through the end of the year.

Catch up on all eight episodes from Season 7 here or at learntocodewith.me/podcast:

You can also check out the podcast on YouTube at learntocodewith.me/youtube. This was a new experiment for Season 7, so we hope you’ll check it out and subscribe.

The freeCodeCamp Podcast
The freeCodeCamp Podcast
freeCodeCamp
Crossover Special: 10 Years of The Changelog + 5 years of freeCodeCamp
In this special crossover episode, we celebrate 10 years of The Changelog. It's the home of the biggest podcast focused on open source, and a favorite of freeCodeCamp founder Quincy Larson. This 4-hour episode is actually 2 interviews: 1. For the first 2.5 hours, Quincy interviews Changelog co-hosts Adam Stacoviak and Jerod Santo about how they got into software development and podcasting, and the history of their legendary podcast. 2. Then we end with Adam and Jerod turning the tables and interviewing Quincy about the past and future of freeCodeCamp.org. If you haven't heard of The Changelog before, it is website that hosts a podcast about open source software. Each week they interview new developers from around the software galaxy and explore what makes those projects tick. Adam Stacoviak founded The Changelog exactly 10 years ago. And Jerod Santo joined as co-host 7 years ago. Together - across 370 episodes - they've interviewed everyone from programmer legends, to the maintainers of open source projects you may have never even heard of. Quincy has listened to hundreds of The Changelog episodes over the years, and credits The Changelog with giving him such a broad view of open source, and the philosophies of the developers who started these projects. These interviews were conducted in-person in Adam's Houston-based studio. If you haven't yet, you should subscribe to The Changelog podcast. They have a variety of shows. We recommend starting with their Master Feed, which lets you explore all of their shows: https://changelog.com/master And check out the special website they built to celebrate their 10 year anniversary: changelog.com/ten Follow Adam on Twitter: https://twitter.com/adamstac Follow Jerod on Twitter: https://twitter.com/jerodsanto And Quincy is: https://twitter.com/ossia
3 hr 52 min
Level-up Engineering
Level-up Engineering
Coding Sans
How to Make the Spotify Model Work for You - Hint: Don’t Copy Blindly
https://kingsumo.com/g/vy2t65/win-one-of-the-three-digital-copies-of-competing-with-unicorns-by-jonathan-rasmusson (Win a digital copy of 'Competing with Unicorns'!) Use this code to get 25% off 'Competing with Unicorns' at https://pragprog.com/titles/jragile/competing-with-unicorns/ (pragprog.com) until Dec 31, 2020: 0fc9b293b9 Interview with Jonathan Rasmusson, ex-Spotify employee and author of 'Competing with Unicorns' about the key elements of making the Spotify model work. Squads, tribes and guilds are the essential elements of the Spotify model, but there is a lot more to it. Leadership is the force that drives all the elements, makes the model come alive and deliver a great product. You get all the answers here about how that works. In this interview we're covering: Comparing traditional organizations vs the Spotify model The keys to effective engineering in the Spotify model What makes the squad system successful Contribute as an engineering manager Role of engineering leaders in the Spotify model Incentives to keep up developer motivation Performance management in the Spotify model How to improve when you're missing deadlines Excerpt from the interview: "In 2014, Sony came to Spotify to set up a partnership, because their music service was shutting down. This instantly became our biggest project, and a lot of squads started working on making Spotify work on PlayStation. I was coaching a team working on this. At one point, I realized that the launch date was coming up, and we were behind schedule. I thought we were in trouble. At the next all-hands meeting, I told everyone that the deadline was in jeopardy. In any other company I’ve been part of before, this would have been a big deal. Instead, the program director said, “Thank you for the information. We'll let the team tell us if they think there's a problem.” Then she simply moved on. This left me puzzled, because I expected the CEO and everyone else to get up in arms and demand action. This showed me how much trust Spotify puts in their teams." https://codingsans.com/blog/spotify-model (Click here to read the full interview!)
39 min
All JavaScript Podcasts by Devchat.tv
All JavaScript Podcasts by Devchat.tv
Devchat.tv
JSJ 455: Introducing and Understanding Svelte and Sapper with Mark Volkmann
This week the panel is joined by Mark Volkmann to discuss Svelte and how it compares and differs from front-end frameworks such as React and Angular. Mark has written a book and has given talks about Svelte and also about Sapper, an application framework built on top of Svelte. He explains to the panel how Svelte components are defined differently than other JavaScript frameworks, and how they are actually compiled into the production code, which isn’t dependent on any external libraries. He also explains why and how Svelte forgoes the use of a virtual DOM, using direct DOM manipulations instead. Finally he describes Sapper and explains how it can be used to quickly and easily create Web-apps that use SSR, static pages generation and dynamic routing. Sponsors * Faithlife | Now Hiring Software Developers * Raygun | Click here to get started on your free 14-day trial * Audible.com * CacheFly Panel * Aimee Knight * Dan Shappir * Steve Edwards Special Guest * Mark Volkmann Links * https://github.com/sveltejs/svelte/issues/2546 * https://mvolkmann.github.io/blog/ * https://objectcomputing.com/resources/publications/mark-volkmann * https://www.manning.com/books/svelte-and-sapper-in-action Picks Steve * Key Largo * https://gbdeclaration.org/ Aimee * Low Level Academy * Terraform Up and Running Dan * My daughter enlisting in the Israeli Military * www.amazon.com/The-Boys-Season-1 Mark Volkmann * https://www.meteor.com/ * https://mvolkmann.github.io/blog/ Follow JavaScript Jabber on Twitter: @JSJabber
56 min
Syntax - Tasty Web Development Treats
Syntax - Tasty Web Development Treats
Wes Bos & Scott Tolinski - Full Stack JavaScript Web Developers
Hasty Treat - Temporal Date Objects in JavaScript
In this Hasty Treat, Scott and Wes talk about Temporal Date Objects in JavaScript — a WICKED AWESOME API for working with times and dates. Sentry - Sponsor If you want to know what’s happening with your errors, track them with Sentry. Sentry is open-source error tracking that helps developers monitor and fix crashes in real time. Cut your time on error resolution from five hours to five minutes. It works with any language and integrates with dozens of other services. Syntax listeners can get two months for free by visiting Sentry.io and using the coupon code “tastytreat”. Show Notes 05:11 - Temporal Now * You can get now * Temporal.now.___ 07:58 - Temporal Instants * A Temporal.Instant represents a fixed point in time, without regard to calendar or location. * Most common way to show it is nanoseconds since unix epoch. * Can be formatted a few different ways. 09:59 - Calendar * Support for different types of calendars 11:43 - Durations * Temporal.Duration * There are .from and .add and subtract() methods 12:47 - Other interesting parts * Timezones * Temporal.ZonedDateTime * Temporal.YearMonth - represents a ym = new Temporal.YearMonth(2019, 6) // => 2019-06 14:51 - Polyfill (unstable) Links * Fixing JavaScrip Date - Maggie Pint * https://github.com/tc39/proposal-temporal * https://github.com/tc39/proposal-temporal/blob/main/docs/calendar.md#methods * https://github.com/tc39/proposal-temporal/blob/main/docs/duration.md Tweet us your tasty treats! * Scott’s Instagram * LevelUpTutorials Instagram * Wes’ Instagram * Wes’ Twitter * Wes’ Facebook * Scott’s Twitter * Make sure to include @SyntaxFM in your tweets
17 min
The Engineering Leadership Podcast
The Engineering Leadership Podcast
ELC
"The Imperfect Path" with Erica Lockheimer VPE, LinkedIn Learning @ LinkedIn #28
Erica Lockheimer shares with us her imperfect path to engineering leadership, why the unconventional path matters, and what you can do as an individual leader & organization to empower engineering leaders with unconventional backgrounds. Plus you’ll also hear how to overcome self-doubt and launch an apprenticeship program! “Whether you're a manager or whether you're an individual contributor, you are a leader in your role. Use the voice that you've earned in the seat that you own.  What can you personally do to create a different outcome. And all of us have that power  in a role that we have.” - Erica Lockheimer ERICA LOCKHEIMER, VP OF ENGINEERING, LINKEDIN LEARNING @ LINKEDIN Prior to LinkedIn Learning, Erica served as the VP of Engineering heading the Growth Engineering team, where her focus was on increasing growth in new members and deepening engagement with members across LinkedIn's products.  She started the Growth Team from the ground up to now a high performing 120-person team. She is also responsible for LinkedIn's Women In Tech (WIT) initiative that is focused on empowering women in technical roles within the company.  Prior to LinkedIn, she worked at Good Technology as Director of Server Engineering, In 2014 and 2015, Erica was also voted amongst the top 22 women engineers in the world by Business Insider.  Erica is a San Francisco Bay Area native, has 2 kids, loves to run and is a graduate from San Jose State University with a B.S. in Computer Engineering. RESOURCES About REACH: _https://careers.linkedin.com/reach/AboutReach_ Shalini Agarwal, LinkedIn REACH Lead & Eng Leader _https://www.linkedin.com/in/shalini-agarwal-5b735b2/_ SHOWNOTES * Erica’s first experience on a hiring committee (2:28) * Erica’s imperfect path to engineering leadership (6:51) * Erica’s career decision-making criteria (12:01) * How to overcome self-doubt (13:32) * Jerry’s personal story of the “imperfect path” (16:25) * Other "unconventional paths" to engineering leadership (17:27) * How Erica evaluates potential in people (25:03) * What type of support to provide when you’re pushing people outside their comfort zone (27:44) * How to create more opportunities for unconventional candidates in the hiring funnel through LinkedIn REACH (30:20) * About apprenticeship programs (35:41) * How to start launching your apprenticeship program (39:25) * How diverse teams impact product and change outcomes (41:12) * How to have a conversation about bias in your algorithm (43:44) * Final words of wisdom for those with “unconventional” backgrounds (45:07) ELC SUMMIT 2020 Accelerate your growth as an engineering leader at the ELC Summit! Learn from 100+ _incredible speakers__._ Talks cover tons of well-rounded curated _topics_. There will be opportunities for hands-on practice through _workshops__ _(+ other programs),  and speed networking with other eng leaders through our own _custom-built platform_! Details & tickets @ http://elcsummit.com Join our community of software engineering leaders @ https://sfelc.com/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/engineeringleadership/message
52 min
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