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It's been a week for me. Last week I had an amazing conversation on another show that I do on if tech has made the world a better place.
Howdy-do Buckaroos! Jay interviews Kelly Guimont, daily podcaster and Apple pundit.
Information management is a popular trend in software with many new apps bringing zettlekasten and other technique into the modern world. Library professional and recognized speaker on information studies Cecily Walker helps make sense of it (and nerds out a bit)
Jay has a PIT Reflection that came from an ADHD Coaching session and an upcoming Bullet Journal migration.
Scotty is a host on one of my favorite shows, Nested Folders. Scotty also shares many of my opinions about having productivity work for you instead of working your productivity.
Wesley Faulkner is a developer advocate for Daily.co and has been advocating for companies for years. He also advocates for himself a Black Tech Worker diagnosed with ADHD and Dyslexia.
Ant is a professional photographer and podcaster for TWIT.tv His journey is a story of patience and adaptability.
Senior Software Engineer and New YouTuber Jonathan Yeong joins the show to talk about 5 lessons he's learned so far!
I got diagnosed with ADHD at 29. I wish I would have known Brittany Smith back then to help me understand things a bit better.
I had a lot of great conversations this week with some awesome people! Here's highlighting three of them and what I got out of it.
Christopher Lawley is an ex-system admin turned full time YouTuber. In this episode we break down what it's like to be in the position that many people only dreamed of and what's its like on the other side of the fence.
This was a hard episode to do. I'm trying to figure out if I'm in a command position in my life or if I'm just a soldier.
In This Episode Brian Douglas from GitHub joins the me and we talk about advocacy and Conference Driven Development.
I struggled with a topic so I did what I usually do. I did a brain dump to get all the ideas out of my head...
We have fun on this one. It's been a great season and we'll cap it with this amazing chat with Alex Cox.
Jay has been writing a lot of thoughts down lately but hasn't really been sharing all that much. Haley Denbraver tells us about her unique presentation technique and how it feels to be a speaker that is hard of hearing.
Nikema Prophet shares her story and journey in the tech space. Jay takes a lesson in simplicity.
My Thanksgiving episode came a little late but I'm still THANKFUL for this wonderful back and forth with professor and podcaster Aderson Oliveira. Aderson is interviewing developers around the world hoping to share insights with his students.
Got some news regarding my health. Decided to take a moment and give a health check-in
Jay's been seeing and hearing a lot of terrible advice and has decided to let you know how he landed his current job. Aanu gives us the scoop on RomCom literature, her show "Sorry I only read RomComs' and why she keeps podcasting away from her professional career.
I did something wild and freeing! I discuss the power and success I've discovered in freedom to make decisions in my new role. David Sparks (aka MacSparky) chats with me about his many shows and how he chooses his topics for Field Guides and podcasts.
As I start to do a post mortem on what I've been doing to think about what I'll do next, I want to encourage you to take my half baked ideas and run with them.
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.