CodeNewbie

Stories and interviews from people on their coding journey.

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      S3:E4 - What should developers know about online privacy? (Laura Kalbag)


      Laura Kalbag explains how tracking tools work and how we as developers should approach online privacy when building our own products.


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      S3:E3 - What is cryptocurrency? (Preethi Kasireddy)


      Preethi Kasireddy, a blockchain engineer, walks us through how cryptocurrencies work, what developers should care about, and how she transitioned from a career in finance to being a blockchain engineer.


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      S3:E2 - What's a container? (Kelsey Hightower)


      Kelsey Hightower gives us a newbie friendly tour of the world of containers. We talk about what problems they solve, and what new developers should know about them.


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      41m
       

      S3:E1 - Should you get a computer science degree? (Dave Thomas, Ashley Fong)


      What's the value of a computer science degree? Is it worth going back to school for? We talk to a computer science student and professor to help us answer these questions.


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      S2:E8 - Getting started on open source when you don't know where to start (Richard Schneeman)


      Richard Schneeman created Code Triage, where you can sign up for repos and get an open issue sent to your inbox. He talks about different ways first-timers can get started, and how small contributions can be incredibly impactful.


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      32m
       2017-12-18

      S2:E7 - How to get started in Augmented Reality (Zach Lieberman, Molmol Kuo)


      Molmol and Zach, the wife and husband coding team, give us a solid intro to Augmented Reality and how they've built powerful experiences and beautiful stories using AR tools.


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      43m
       2017-12-10

      S2:E6 - Who decides the future of CSS? (Jen Simmons)


      Jen Simmons gives tips on how to make your next CSS adventure more enjoyable and shares the honest ups and downs of her own coding journey.


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      41m
       2017-12-04

      S2:E5 - How to create an afro-futuristic virtual reality beauty salon (Carmen Aguilar y Wedge)


      Carmen Aguilar y Wedge, one of the creators of the NeuroSpeculative AfroFeminism, a virtual reality experience that’s appeared at Sundance, Tribeca, and others, shares how she and her team at Hyphen Labs created this artistic and deeply technical exhibit.


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      44m
       2017-11-27

      S2:E4 - What makes a good speaker? (Kelsey Hightower, Lara Hogan)


      Lara Hogan, who wrote the book on public speaking, and Kelsey Hightower, speaker and chair of tech conferences, share their personal speaking stories (and nightmares!), how they prepare their talks, and the mistakes they see first-time speakers make.


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      41m
       2017-11-20

      S2:E3 - How do tech companies read your resume? (Eddie Washington)


      We talk to in-house recruiter, Eddie Washington, to give you the scoop on how companies evaluate your application and what you can do to increase your chances of getting that first interview.


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      45m
       2017-11-13