The 6 Figure Developer Podcast
We're coming at you from Code PaLOUsa in Louisville, KY - We're going to talk about Conferences; attending, networking, and getting the most out of them - Conferences Why go to developer conferences?
Andy and Dave wrote the Pragmatic Programmer to help their clients create better software and rediscover the joy of coding. For over 20 years, the Pragmatic philosophy has spawned hundreds of books, screencasts, audio books,
Andrew is a full-time developer, working predominantly in full stack ASP.NET development in Devon, UK. He's a Microsoft MVP, C# lover, and blogger with a focus on ASP.NET. and Author of ASP.NET Core in Action. - Links https://andrewlock.net/
Sarah Dutkiewicz – who goes by “sadukie” in the tech community – is a platform-agnostic technologist known for helping developers understand user experience and on boarding developers into new technologies in a short period of time. -
In this episode we're talking with Joey Schluchter about Containerizing Legacy Applications in Azure. - Joey is a Cloud Native Technical Specialist from Microsoft and a member of the Global Blackbelt Azure team - Links https://twitter.
Isaac Levin is an Application Development Manager in Microsoft Developer Support. He has over 10 years of experience working as a developer for the web, mostly in the Microsoft Ecosystem. When he isn't helping customers get the most of Microsoft Pro...
What was NOT a theme anything Technical - Do What you are passionate about! Always Be Learning Work Hard, Don't Stop. - Three Categories of Advice Thinking of the advice like a function... 1.
Corey "Hurricane" Weathers is passionate about solving human problems with technology. Before joining Twilio, he worked as a software developer, tester, performance engineer, and consultant with Microsoft and Intapp. With his deep knowledge of .
Sarah Withee is a polyglot software engineer, public speaker, teacher and mentor, and hardware and robot tinkerer located in Pittsburgh, PA. She has a passion for technology, and has ever since she wrote her first computer programs in elementary sch...