Today we have Kent C. Dodds on the show. He and I talked about lots of things including how he got started developing software and some of his early work in automation. We talked about some of his mistakes and why its important to share your mistakes so that others can learn from them. We talked about giving back to the community, teaching to learn and many more topics. This is a fantastic conversation and a must listen.
Today on the podcast we’ve go Jay Harris. I met jay a few years back at a conference. I’ve heard Jay speak several times and thought he would be a good guest for the show and he did not disappoint. He came with good topics and the ideas of celebrating our own expertise as a well to improve overall mental health and confidence in our own abilities. This is a must listen to show for sure. Jay is a code wrangler, software consultant, and owner of Arana Software. He has been developing on the web since 1995, when the Blink tag […]
Scott Drake – VP of Technology Scott Drake is on a mission to help great technologists become great leaders. His 20-year career includes stops at Microsoft in Redmond, Wash., at startups in Silicon Valley, and he is currently the Vice President of Technology for a medical education company in his hometown of Louisville, Ky. He is the author of “The Programmer Hiring Playbook: A Crash Course in Interviewing and Hiring for Your Real-World Needs,” and he is the founder and curator of LearnLeadership.org, a free website that helps technologists create leadership development plans and discover high-yield learning resources. Things we […]
Derek Doepker is a 7 time bestselling author and consultant on leadership, personal development, and entrepreneurship. His team at Influencing Millions helps companies improve their sales, increase employee retention, and improve performance by teaching principles of behavior change, habit development, and influential communication. You can learn more at http://influencingmillions.com and http://derekdoepker.com Connect with Derek Twitter Website Consulting In this show we talked about: Identity Habit – How you identify yourself plays a big role in behavior Imposter Syndrome – overcome using self-awareness Focus outward and not inward Get a mentor or coach The inner doubter – listen to those doubts and ask “is […]
Today on the show have Andrew May with a cameo from the one and only Brad Miller. Andrew May, originally from Phoenix, AZ, started in computing when he was twelve years old, writing windows applications to assist in quick email responses. Throughout his scholastic endeavors, he continued to focus on computing; moving from desktop applications to web applications. Andrew attended Arizona State University where he studied Computer Science and Engineering. In 2007, Andrew’s entrepreneurship grew and he patented his first major idea. He grew the project and sold it to the airline industry in 2008. Not stoping he partnered with […]
Today on the show we’ve got Jeff Roberts. Jeff has more than 20 years of experience leading Information Technology for top financial services and real estate firms. Since 2015 he has served as the first-ever Chief Information Officer of HFF (NYSE: HF), a commercial real estate capital intermediary, where he is leading a digital transformation and technology platform upgrade. Prior to joining HFF, he served as CIO for four other companies: Carriage Services (NYSE: CSV), Situs, a private global commercial real estate firm, Saxon Mortgage, a Morgan Stanley company, and Litton Loan Servicing, a division of Goldman Sachs. In these […]