Great summary, Anthony! Dave has done a fantastic job with the podcast. He has a wonderful ability to draw out stories from the shows guests. From Uncle Bob’s story of complete failure of being professional to Scott Hanselman’s focus on balance, humility and being nice to Chad Fowler’s & Bryan Hunter’s focus on empathy to Mark Heath’s story of steady work on open source while having a family with 5 children.
Even though there’s a fixed script, it isn’t forced and the conversations turn out just great. It’s like having access to mentors from around the world, showering knowledge, experience, fabulous learnings, amazing mindsets and inspiration.
Here are a few more highlights:
Patrick Kua is a Principal Technical Consultant for ThoughtWorks in London, and is the author of two books, The…developeronfire.com
Chad Fowler is an internationally known software developer, trainer, manager, speaker, and musician. Over the past…developeronfire.com
Bryan Hunter is an independent technical advisor with over two decades of consulting experience in complex business…developeronfire.com
Maaret Pyhäjärvi is a tester extraordinaire specializing in breaking illusions about software through means of…developeronfire.com
Pinal has been a part of the industry for more than eleven years. During his career he has worked both in India and the…developeronfire.com
Quincy Larson is a teacher at Free Code Camp, an open source community where you learn to code and practice by building…developeronfire.com
I could probably go on fore a while longer, but for everyone’s sake, I’ll stop there :)
Looking forward to hear your episode, Anthony!