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Dec 18, 2017

Roger explains why everyone should learn to code, even if they don't intend to go pro. "Learning something difficult, however, is beneficial in and of itself. The process is the prize. Struggling with code, while frustrating, is medicine for the mind."

Written and Read by Roger Collier: 

Dec 11, 2017

Genius is a fickle beast. Sometimes you have the good fortune to work with a mad genius. Other times you are doomed to work with pure madness. There are also times when it is hard to tell the difference.

In this episode we explore "brilliant jerks" and how to save your development team from them.

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Dec 4, 2017

Madison tells her story of how she went from being a fashion model with no college degree to full-time software engineer in just one year. She used free online resources including freeCodeCamp, and worked for free at a startup until they hired her.

Written and read by Madison Kanna: 

Nov 27, 2017

Quincy explores Felix Feng's journey from bootcamp grad to professional developer, and how he went from getting $60,000 job offers to $125,000 job offers through sheer practice and persistence.

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Nov 20, 2017

Canadian software engineer Bill Sourour recounts a tragic experience early in his developer career when writing code for a pharmaceutical company. He explores developer ethics, the responsibilities developers have, and the challenges they face in sticking to their values.
Written by and read by Bill Sourour: