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Software Developer's Journey

By Timothée Bourguignon

A podcast to celebrate the diversity of profiles and journeys of our fellow software devs. Get inside the head of amazing coders, speakers, architects, thought leaders, agilists and much more, and listen to the fascinating stories of their journeys!Subscribe on the major platforms or via the podcasting App of your choice: Itunes - https://apple.co/2DWk5CW Stitcher - http://bit.ly/2U7G931 GoogleMusic - http://bit.ly/2ALx8E0 Spotify - https://spoti.fi/2BLtV9p TuneIn - http://bit.ly/2DXzpiS... or listen to the episodes directly here below! And if you like what you hear, please leave us a review on those platforms!You can also join the discussion on LinkedIn and on twitter via @DevJourneyFMDo you want to help me grow the podcast?Here's a list of our potential guests, here's a form to suggest guests to interview and another one to suggest a question to ask.Finally, if you want to help produce the podcast, support me on Patreon. Every cent you pledge will help pay the hosting bills!"Software Developer‘s Journey" is hosted and produced by me, Timothée (Tim) Bourguignon, a crazy frenchman living in Germany who dedicated his life to helping others learn & grow. More about me at timbourguignon.fr or on Twitter @Timothep!

  1. 1.
    #123 Patrick Leblanc didn't want to ruin his passion10/20/2020
    47:49
  2. 2.
    #122 Ines Montani brought linguistic and computers together10/13/2020
    1:00:34
  3. 3.
    #121 Kathryn Erickson on leadership and asking for help10/06/2020
    49:51
  4. 4.
    #120 Sumana Harihareswara is an open-source fairy09/29/2020
    53:38
  5. 5.
    #119 Virginia Harrison is following her gaming dream09/22/2020
    46:28
  6. 6.
    #118 Erik Rasmussen connects the dots of his career09/15/2020
    53:26
  7. 7.
    #117 Roopak Venkatakrishnan's career algorithm09/08/2020
    54:29
  8. 8.
    #116 Scott Tolinski from allrounder to allrounder09/01/2020
    55:09
  1. 9.
    #115 Aimee Knight applied the discipline of figure-skating to DevOps and architecture08/25/2020
    48:38
  2. 10.
    #114 Jamon Holmgren made his own independent way08/18/2020
    50:27
  3. 11.
    #113 Brendan O'Leary from healthcare to Gitlab08/11/2020
    50:44
  4. 12.
    #112 Dan Moore from sci-fi to devrel08/04/2020
    52:25
  5. 13.
    #111 Sam Julien from financial adviser to developer advocate07/28/2020
    51:57
  6. 14.
    #110 Jerome Hardaway is the definition of willpower07/21/2020
    41:05
  7. 15.
    #109 Coraline Ada Ehmke lives up to her values07/14/2020
    41:44
  8. 16.
    #108 Cassidy Williams loves developer experience07/07/2020
    48:13
  9. 17.
    #107 Josh Long found his place in the world as a developer advocate with the Spring team06/30/2020
    54:42
  10. 18.
    #106 Kyle Shevlin from pastor to programmer06/23/2020
    52:27
  11. 19.
    #105 Sara Vieira is opinionated per design06/16/2020
    45:03
  12. 20.
    #104 Jason Lengstorf successfully bet on himself for his career06/09/2020
    43:41
  13. 21.
    #103 Carolyn Stransky learning her way from journalist to developer and back06/02/2020
    48:07
  14. 22.
    #102 Jen Luker is a relentless accessibility advocate05/26/2020
    46:36
  15. 23.
    #101 Jeff Haynie on thinking under pressure, contracting and entrepreneurship05/19/2020
    50:50
  16. 24.
    #100 Tim Bourguignon is a guest on his own show05/12/2020
    45:59
  17. 25.
    #99 Anjana Vakil mastered her debilitating curiosity05/05/2020
    48:34
  18. 26.
    #98 Doug Arcuri is curious & learning, always!04/28/2020
    51:38
  19. 27.
    #97 Joe Drumgoole's life as a great software developer NPC04/21/2020
    59:40
  20. 28.
    #96 Dylan Beattie THE Rockstar Programmer04/14/2020
    57:01
  21. 29.
    #95 Lara Martin learned her way from biologist to Flutter GDE04/07/2020
    48:53
  22. 30.
    #94 Michael Kennedy almost learned Python in the 90s03/31/2020
    49:37
  23. 31.
    #93 Guilherme Rambo found his joy in coding for Mac/iOS03/24/2020
    46:29
  24. 32.
    #92 Tracy Lee is having fun all the way03/17/2020
    39:49
  25. 33.
    #91 Harald Reingruber is embarking on a coding tour03/10/2020
    38:52
  26. 34.
    #90 Khaled Souf learned the value of creating value03/03/2020
    45:55
  27. 35.
    #89 Hadelin de Ponteves is a data scientist and an entrepreneur02/25/2020
    50:59
  28. 36.
    #88 Lydia Hallie is a web dev following her passion02/18/2020
    44:42
  29. 37.
    #87 Denise Gosnell is working at the bleeding edge of data science02/11/2020
    42:31
  30. 38.
    #86 Jamison Dance implores you to be nice to other people02/04/2020
    44:08
  31. 39.
    #85 Shedrack Akintayo a web developer from Nigeria01/28/2020
    42:33
  32. 40.
    #84 Molly Struve, an aerospace engineer trading in SRE01/21/2020
    51:24
  33. 41.
    #83 Reuven Lerner had his career all planned out?01/14/2020
    50:48
  34. 42.
    #82 Pariss -Athena- Chandler learns jumping in with both feet first01/07/2020
    40:10
  35. 43.
    Season 2 Finale12/31/2019
    17:56
  36. 44.
    #81 Richard Campbell is simply adding value12/24/2019
    50:48
  37. 45.
    #80 Joseph Young, code & music composer and conductor 12/17/2019
    52:40
  38. 46.
    #79 Ted Young & Java, a love story?12/10/2019
    48:52
  39. 47.
    #78 Bubunyo Nyavor is the mentor he never had12/03/2019
    42:31
  40. 48.
    #77 Dave Smith swings the pendulum11/26/2019
    45:36
  41. 49.
    #76 Wes Bos was born a teacher11/19/2019
    44:17
  42. 50.
    #75 David Hirschfeld had a long, eventful career (sofar)11/12/2019
    45:33
  43. 51.
    #74 Kemdi Ebi is thriving on products11/05/2019
    44:31
  44. 52.
    #73 Kai König about simplicity and aesthetics10/29/2019
    50:30
  45. 53.
    #72 Katrina Owen, one little piece at a time10/22/2019
    46:21
  46. 54.
    #How to help me grow DevJourney?10/20/2019
    5:34
  47. 55.
    #71 Irwin Williams found his perfect spot10/15/2019
    41:08
  48. 56.
    #70 Jeeva Nadarajah's life of serendipity10/08/2019
    41:42
  49. 57.
    #69 Aisha Blake's DevJourney should be a musical09/30/2019
    47:09
  50. 58.
    #68 Greg Koberger finally built his one dream09/24/2019
    53:20
  51. 59.
    #67 Kapunahele Wong's kindness as a practice09/17/2019
    45:13
  52. 60.
    #66 Rob Kendal is not afraid to try09/10/2019
    48:08
  53. 61.
    #65 Woody Zuill brings people together who should be working together09/03/2019
    52:12
  54. 62.
    #64 Guillermo Rauch learned with communities08/27/2019
    45:40
  55. 63.
    #63 Stephanie Hurlburt encourages us to be social techies08/20/2019
    47:20
  56. 64.
    #62 How Llewellyn Falco brought the joy of programming back in his life08/13/2019
    54:36
  57. 65.
    #61 Elissa Shevinsky felt into Security08/06/2019
    46:36
  58. 66.
    #60 Trisha Gee owns her career07/30/2019
    45:31
  59. 67.
    #59 Julie Moronuki a linguist turned Haskell expert07/23/2019
    49:17
  60. 68.
    #58 Robby Russell succeeds being selfless07/15/2019
    49:52
  61. 69.
    #57 Adam Barr roots for more humility07/09/2019
    42:30
  62. 70.
    #56 Magnus Stahre is not supposed to know it all, and neither are we!07/02/2019
    35:58
  63. 71.
    #55 Yehuda Katz on how framework design influences communities06/25/2019
    57:11
  64. 72.
    #54 Dave Rael was chosen by the .NET technology stack, not the other way around06/18/2019
    45:59
  65. 73.
    #53 Brian Pontarelli thinks like a customer06/10/2019
    42:10
  66. 74.
    #52 Charity Majors encourages us to strive, going back and forth between roles06/03/2019
    38:28
  67. 75.
    #51 Ben Orenstein advises us not to worry too much05/27/2019
    39:52
  68. 76.
    #50 Saron Yitbarek, founder of CodeNewbie, celebrates the power of code and communities05/21/2019
    39:48
  69. 77.
    #49 Ali Spittel works at the crossroads of development, teaching and communities05/13/2019
    44:32
  70. 78.
    #48 Shawn Wildermuth encourages us to make decisions no matter what05/06/2019
    41:24
  71. 79.
    #47 Erik St. Martin is comfortable with the struggle04/29/2019
    42:36
  72. 80.
    #46 Barry Dorrans is a curmudgeon telling us it is OK to be wrong04/22/2019
    36:24
  73. 81.
    #45 April Wensel encourages us to get in touch with our core values04/08/2019
    37:44
  74. 82.
    #44 Jeremy Likness became a developer through the backdoor and loved it03/26/2019
    43:12
  75. 83.
    #43 Patrick Kua on being a consultant, a tech lead, a CTO and helping people grow03/12/2019
    41:11
  76. 84.
    #42 Charlie Gerard is learning by building (MANY) projects on the side02/26/2019
    48:55
  77. 85.
    #41 Simon Harrer on strong opinions loosely held02/12/2019
    48:25
  78. 86.
    #40 Ignacio Anaya on discovering your valuable skills01/29/2019
    43:54
  79. 87.
    #39 Harry Roberts and his journey toward freelancing01/15/2019
    47:42
  80. 88.
    #38 Ryan Latta from one extreme to the next01/01/2019
    48:54
  81. 89.
    #37.5 Special Episode on what we learned in 201812/25/2018
    36:05
  82. 90.
    #37 Darren Hoehna, "That Programming Guy", on getting experience no matter what!12/18/2018
    41:32
  83. 91.
    #36 Rob Allen on persuasion instead of authority12/04/2018
    34:32
  84. 92.
    #35 Emily Bache on maximizing career for family, hobbies and making a difference in the world11/20/2018
    37:33
  85. 93.
    #34 Richard Rodger on software development as a resource allocation problem11/04/2018
    49:00
  86. 94.
    #33 Markus Harrer on being open for new things10/21/2018
    34:04
  87. 95.
    #32 Katharine Jarmul on being driven & focused on what you can do10/08/2018
    38:40
  88. 96.
    #31 Mario Rogic on absorbing and communicating as much as you can09/24/2018
    48:57
  89. 97.
    #30 Adrian Bolboaca on choosing the appropriate tool for the job at hand09/09/2018
    51:20
  90. 98.
    #29 Steven Schwenke on soft skills that one cannot "simply download"08/26/2018
    43:24
  91. 99.
    #28 Arnaud Porterie on putting the right people together in the right context to see the right things happen08/12/2018
    36:28
  92. 100.
    #27 Jessica Kerr on public speaking, networking and the problems of mentoring07/29/2018
    47:51
  93. 101.
    #26 Anne Cahalan on moving out of Junior-Developerness07/15/2018
    38:55
  94. 102.
    #25 Sia Ghassemi on segways that lead exactly where you needed to be07/05/2018
    44:55
  95. 103.
    #24 Daniel Marbach on failure, remoteness and mentoring06/28/2017
    37:53
  96. 104.
    #23 Laura Savino on languages and public speaking06/13/2017
    53:43
  97. 105.
    #22 Rob Napier on interviewing and asking questions05/14/2017
    44:04
  98. 106.
    #21 David Tanzer on craftmanship and the need for coaching04/30/2017
    31:37
  99. 107.
    #20 Ivo Vutov on growing into Microsoft as a student partner04/14/2017
    51:38
  100. 108.
    #19 Manuela Rink on being an iOS developer evangelist at Microsoft04/04/2017
    39:11
  101. 109.
    #18 Kevin Keller on living the digital nomad way of life01/22/2017
    34:07
  102. 110.
    #16 Damien Beaufils on the test pyramide06/06/2016
    41:27
  103. 111.
    #15 NCrafts Organizers Rui Carvalho, Maxime Sanglan & Peter Even on organizing a software conference05/31/2016
    47:02
  104. 112.
    #13 JB Rainsberger on what it means to truly be agile05/09/2016
    40:31
  105. 113.
    #12 Jens Schauder on open-source software development05/02/2016
    45:12
  106. 114.
    #11 Nicole Rauch on the coding tour to learn and grow04/11/2016
    29:49
  107. 115.
    #10 Agata Bres & Adam Nowakowski on taking a break03/21/2016
    31:38
  108. 116.
    #8 Louise Elliott on dealing with people02/26/2016
    20:30
  109. 117.
    #7 Benjamin Reitzammer on caring, in every sense of the word02/18/2016
    37:41
  110. 118.
    #5 Amitai Schlair on buying your freedom to do what you like02/11/2016
    1:23:13

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