Jay seems to have broken up with productivity as an obsession and now he's missing the thrill of the hunt.
I was hoping to find some things and I struggled. Here's how I'm hoping to fix it.
Trey spends his days training Pythonistas around the world. This means that while he can't also use the "new hotness" for everything, it's important to know how things work. Jay compares that to the new role and how it is getting him to connect and learn new things.
This week, Jay talks about where content creators are going and what that means for the state of tech content in 2020. Also Part 2 of Zac Braddy's Interview.
It's Jay's first day at his new job! This is the first time he's had a remote first day. He got some tips from the community to share with y'all. Also Zac Braddy talks about his career journey and why he doesn't argue about code semantics anymore.
This is the PIT Show, a new format combining reflections and interviews with people working in technology. We're in the preseason so expect some changes, but we kick this off with an explainer, an interview with Wayne Jones and a tribute to Chadwick Boseman.
Ever wondered how a conversation between a man and a sentient can of expired cream corn would go? Yeah me neither, but now every week, I look forward to Scott's Next Comic to hit the web. Scott is someone that I've listened to multiple times a week!
Your Boy got a JOB! Next month begins my career as a developer advocate, but we don't talk about that too much. I had a conversation with a friend where we talked about the race to the bottom with content creation becoming more and more free. I talk about the ups and downs of this.
The world of Developer Advocacy has been changing and Joe Karlsson is at the front of that movement. Moving discussions from the hallway track to Twitter, Twitch, and Tik Tok, hear how this Developer 🥑 is connecting with developers.
I've been doing a lot in public, from talks and livestreams to appearances on other podcasts and taking interviews.
Young Cecil leaving Antigua for the US thought working in tech meant only fixing people's computers. Today, he's a Senior Cloud Adovcate at one of the most important companies of the century. For him, once he saw there wasn't a limit, He decided to not put one on himself.
Have you ever been coding in circles wondering how you got there? That was me last week. In this reflection episode, we break down how I could have avoided it.
Tom does a lot. I've been following Tom's work for years even before I started podcasting. This episode is all about HOW he's been able to do so much and some of the secrets of his success.
This week, I talk about what I've been up to at the start of July. I also look at what's coming up next on the show!
Melanie is one of my longest friends in the Python space. In fact I met her at the first python meetup I ever attended. She's always been a mega source of realism and encouragement and even presents that in her work.
Another Reflection this one regarding my thoughts and feelings towards companies not speaking up and people just letting it happen.
This is an important PIT Reflection. In it I do share a little productivity, but more importantly, I talk about some code decisions and ultimately what the future looks like for this podcast.
Stephanie (aka InfoSteph) bring real talk to the PIT Podcast. Not much tech talk in this one. So refreshing.
This episode has been years in the making. I finally get to sit down with Christina Morrillo to talk about #wocintechchat, her work with WISP, and more!
A few months back I reached out to podcaster and new friend in the industry Reggie Davis. We had such a blast on a private call, we decided to get one on tape.
I just finished recording another show and there was a part where I got into my feelings.
A look back at the month of February for Me and PIT.
Welcome back to the new season. We're getting personal.