In this podcast about software engineering, Doctor McKayla interviews experienced developers and thought leaders from around the world about how they develop software. Her guests reveal the best practices, engineering culture, and the mindset that is lived at their companies.

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Using WordPress to run a profitable developer training business

In this episode, my guest Avdi Grimm shares how he found his independence by running a training and consulting business for over ten years.  We talk about: the importance...

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what the heck is data-oriented programming?

In this episode, I talk to Yehonathan Sharvit, author of the book Data-oriented programming. Yehonathan is a developer, author, and speaker. He has tons of experience in full-stack development using various languages...

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Do not punish learning in software engineering teams

What does it take to foster a workplace culture where employees, specifically coders, have the liberty to learn without feeling punished for it by the system? Innovation is impossible without failure,...

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Running a developer community

In this episode, I talk to Bekah Weigel, who runs the virtual coffee community about community building.  Bekah graduated from a Bootcamp in 2019 and quickly created a striving...

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Michaela loves to learn how others develop software. You normally find her analyzing and tweaking software development processes and tools. She shares her knowledge and findings through workshops and on her blog.