The cto.coffee podcast is a series where I chat with varying guests about the people side of technology and developing software, preferably while having a coffee together. The blog
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Episode 06 - "Symbolic & Observational Thinking" with Yulia Startsev
For this episode, I had the honour to sit with Yulia, who works on Firefox's Developer Tools at Mozilla and is also Co-Chair of Ecma's TC39 in 2019. We talk about symbolic and observational thinking, what it is, how it relates to software development and how it can shape the way we think about learning and teaching.
Episode 05 - "Engineering Management" with Marcus Blankenship
Marcus Blankenship, long-time management and leadership coach, agreed to join me for a chat about Engineering Management. About 'management as a profession and leadership as a skill' and to discuss the shift in Engineering Management over the last years, what this new or not-so-new kind of Engineering Management is, what it's practices are and some opinions and pointers where it's coming from.
Episode 04 - "Career Growth Frameworks" with David Morgantini
This time David Morgantini joined me for a chat about engineering ladders and career growth frameworks. David is currently building SkillsMap, a company focused on creating tools that reduce the cost of creating a growth culture in organizations.
Episode 03 - "Developer Relations and Community" with Felicitas Kugland
Felicitas Kugland joined me for a chat. Feli is a Principal Product Engineer at an agency. And while that title sounds like you've heard it before at other companies, Feli and her employer are interpreting that position in a very interesting way. Besides working on client projects, Feli's is effectively working as a Developer Relations person, as one of the first in the company, and as such is also building the meaning of Developer Relations for the company.
Episode 01 - "On interviewing" with Raimo Radczewski
A relaxed chat about interviewing with Raimo Radczewski, Freelance Software Developer and Coach from Berlin.