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The Work Item - A Career Growth and Exploration Podcast
Apr 5, 2020
#2 - Career Starts
Play • 29 min
In this episode, Den and Courtny are talking about their career starts.
More episodes from The Work Item - A Career Growth and Exploration Podcast
Nov 28, 2021
#45 - Startups, Growth, and A Quest to Build People-focused Companies, with Jennifer Kim
The decision to join a startup or a big company is not an easy one, as one has to consider many factors that go beyond just the financial side of things. In this episode, I talk to Jennifer Kim, a seasoned startup advisor with a lot of experience dealing with these kinds of decisions and more. Jennifer also specializes in the people part of the startup equation - arguably, one of the hardest ones. We chat about the current challenges startups encounter in this space, why it’s important to build a diverse workforce, and what one individual can do to be a changemaker in their company’s culture.
Nov 14, 2021
#44 - So What Is Product Marketing, with Isaac Levin
You've probably heard of the many types of PM - project managers, product managers, and even program managers. But did you also know that there is a PMM - product marketing manager? I wasn't quite sure what the responsibilities of one would be, so I reached out to Isaac Levin - Principal Product Marketing Manager at Elastic, and asked him to talk about his work.
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Nov 7, 2021
#43 - Ins And Outs Of Developer Advocacy, with Brian Douglas
Developer Advocacy is a relatively new field, but when it comes to knowing how to navigate it, Brian Douglas' knowledge is second to none. As Director of Developer Advocacy at GitHub, he is at the forefront of a lot of the developer engagement efforts - from understanding the pain points of those that use GitHub, to advocating for new initiatives and programs. I sit down with Brian to learn more about what it takes to be a great developer advocate, how one can break into the field, and how you measure success in the role. Suffice to say - it was a packed conversation and we needed more time and maybe even a future follow-up to cover everything.