Jeff Triplett is a veteran in the Django space. In fact he has done so much for the Python and Django communities and helps to organize Django Con). We recorded this before I went on Vacation but there is still a lot to pull from this episode!
A 2-fer. This week I had a lot on my mind and really needed to get it out. So you get two Reflections dropping. Will there be more this week. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
In this episode I share my philosophy on making purchases for PIT. 🤑
Charlie Chapman just released his first app Dark Noise.
This episode I reveal my prices and why I charge them. I also encourage you to not undersell your value or the amount of effort that you put into what you're doing!
A shorter episode with just me. I need your help to determine what's next for PIT.
Andrew Brown was charged to continue the legacy of the longest running Hearthstone podcast. I sit down with Andrew and break down his infectious positivity and passion which is a refreshing outlook in a predominantly negative space.
David "Ledge" Ledgerwood is the full time podcast host for gun.io's "Frontier Podcast". In this conversation we talk about developer communities of all skill levels and learn some podcasting insight from someone who gets paid to podcast regularly.
Paul loves pool. But the European pool industry didn't have the best way of tracking your favorite players or watching the latest matches. That's why Paul with the support, from folks that loved pool just as much as him, decided to do something about it.
Al has been working on his side hustle on and off for the last 6 years. I sit down with Al and try to dissect some of the things keeping him at his 9-5 and what we can do to transform our side quest into a main quest.
John is an information security expert. He leads Purple Teams (A combination of Red and Blue Teams) to make sure that companies are prepared for security attacks. John was recently showcased for adding a little variance to the Tabletop (security) world by introducing some tabletop (RPG) elements. No one had to role for initiative, but he was able to create a more realistic security experience..
Well I made a mess of things with the last upload. There were issues all over the place. That's what new software will do to you! This is a re-release of the last episode. (Just so you get the notice) The original audio will be updated as well. No Show next week because of the 4th of July.
NOTE: The audio was replaced with a better copy as 28 Jun 2019 around 9:30PM (PST). Kyle is hoping to build his skillset in a way that terrifies some people. SHIPPING!
When the project isn't hers she treats it like it is. Now that Heidi Helen Pilypas has a new app out we will see if how it feels when all the responsibility falls on her!
This is a continuation of last weeks conversation.
Will is one busy guy! This week we talk with the author, podcaster, and software engineer. About what has
Aleen is one of my favorite people to talk to on the internet! She's doing some amazing things to help build a new generation of app developers!
Hedei Waterhouse is always somewhere different. Which isn’t the easiest thing in the world to handle. She somehow manages to make it look easy though!
My guest this week is someone I’ve followed regularly for years until he disappeared. Then I found him!
Justin Duke loves making things almost as much as he loves emailing people. That is why he built Button-down, a developer-friendly email newsletter service that scratches all of his emailing itches.
This week, John Knox talks about his transition from a tech hub to Minneapolis Minnesota and what it was like for him going through the hiring process.
This one goes out to all the small town folks!
What's it like progressing in the tech space with no one at your level that looks like you?
The "Mad Scientist of the Internet" is back! Brett Terpstra jumps on the podcast to tell us about a new hobby that he's picked up, away from the computer screen.
This week's guest is long time PIT community member, my former conference roommate and FREAKIN' PROFESSIONAL WRESTLER! Tre Island.