Last week, I talked about The Grumpy Developer podcast, what it’s about, and why I like it. For those who didn’t read the post or who just happen to be stumbling across this page, here’s the gist of the podcast:
If you’re a designer or project manager, you can consider me your friendly developer translator. I’m here to help you bypass the Grumpy Developer Syndrome and achieve a happy transition from design to launch. If you’re a developer…well…you’re welcome. Let’s all celebrate a departure from Happy Designer Land to a world where design-dev-project managers can all get along.
Sounds fun, right?
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In the latest episode, I had a chance to chat with Mike about a number of different topics.
Throughout the course of the show, I talk about a number of different topics some of which include:
- How I got into computing
- My history on the Internet (from Prodigy to AOL and more)
- The frustration and gratification of problem-solving via programming
- My experience with WordPress and building things for other people
- Dev Practices
- …and more
Who knows – maybe some of the stuff I share with resonate with others, maybe it’s just a little too random (I mean, AOL and proggies? :).
Regardless, I had a lot of fun on the show, and hopefully you enjoy listening to it (if you opt to do so, of course :). Mike and I enjoyed recording the episode so much that we’re planning to do a second episode of the podcast later this year.
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