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Launchies is for early-career developers, or soon-to-be devs, offering advice on navigating career progression. Each season @lolocoding & @muydanny will dive into a specific topic and currently, it’s all about the technical interview.
 
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Aisha Blake is the Director of Developer Relations at Pluralsight and often a professional rubber duck. A theater kid turned tech community leader, Aisha has co-organized a number of meetups and events over the years, including Self.conference and , a tech conference inspired by her love of teaching and musical theater. This season, …
 
Ceora Ford is a Developer Advocate based in Philadelphia. Her career thus far has centered around creating educational content focused on making the tech industry more accessible to everyone. She's been able to work with amazing companies like CodeSandbox, DigitalOcean, Egghead.io, and Apollo GraphQL and has recently joined The Stack Overflow Podca…
 
Spence Taylor is an Engineering Manager at New Relic who runs the Central Hiring Program. Born in Compton, California, he had a very unorthodox journey to tech. Trying to find the right fit for his career, Spence has worked in the military, event management, hospitality, and finally found his place in tech. Working as an engineer, he experienced ma…
 
Ian Douglas is a Senior Developer Advocate at Postman and is live-streaming his learning in public on Twitch. He loves developer education in all forms and is a strong proponent of accessible content and diversity in tech. He has about 26 years of professional experience in the industry as a developer, manager, director, DevOps engineer, business o…
 
Rynn Mancuso is a Developer Community Manager. They began their career as an Accessibility Engineer working on Women Who Code and building a WordPress community locally at Tech Liminal, and have built developer communities at Mozilla, Wikimedia, Tidelift, and New Relic. Show Notes: This season, we’re helping you level up your interviewing skills! E…
 
Chloe Condon is a Senior Developer Relations Engineer, previously working at Microsoft, Sentry.io, and Codefresh. Before entering tech, she got a degree in Drama from San Francisco State University and worked in the Bay Area as a musical theatre actress, while working 9-5 in various admin roles. She's worked in tech in roles ranging from video game…
 
Relicans host, Lauren Lee, talks to Styra’s Peter ONeill about being a digital nomad, working for Styra's Open Policy Agent, and learning to code via Coding Dojo, a coding bootcamp. Should you find a burning need to share your thoughts or rants about the show, please spray them at devrel@newrelic.com. While you're going to all the trouble of shippi…
 
Relicans host Lauren Lee talks to Technical Community Builder at Camunda’s, Kiran Oliver, about joining the field as a technology journalist and looking at Community Health Metrics. They also give bunches of great advice, wisdom, personal experiences, and tips on navigating this wild space that is tech! Should you find a burning need to share your …
 
Relicans host Danny Ramos talks to Senior Software Engineer at PlanetScale, Iheanyi Ekechukwu about how when breaking into tech and starting the interview process, everybody takes Ls over Ws at first, and that having a way to set yourself apart from other candidates is always good. Additionally, he talks about learning and creativity and even about…
 
Relicans host Aisha Blake talks to Developer Educator at Apollo, Megan Sullivan, about her roundabout journey into tech, the difference between developer advocacy versus education versus experience, and how it is v. important to not underestimate your own expertise! Should you find a burning need to share your thoughts or rants about the show, plea…
 
Relicans host Danny Ramos talks to Community Manager, Katy Farmer about attending the Turing School of Software Design, coming into tech from a publishing and editing background, and gives advice for people who consider themselves introverts and doesn't really look at interviews as a fun or exciting process. Should you find a burning need to share …
 
Relicans host Aisha Blake interviews Early Career Software Developer, Danielle Thompson about moving from the hospitality industry into tech, being self-taught, Googling frequently, living with ADHD, and participating in weekly Code School Q&A with our very own, Jonan Scheffler! Should you find a burning need to share your thoughts or rants about t…
 
Relicans host Danny Ramos talks to Lead Developer Advocate for Huawei AppGallery, Zachary Powell, about looking at failures as learning experiences and getting as much feedback as you possibly can to understand situations and improve them, wanting to go from being a developer to being a developer advocate, and encouraging people to persevere during…
 
Relicans host Pachi Parra talks with DevRel Engineer at Storyblok, Arisa Fukuzaki, about opportunities and resources to learn programming for Japanese folx, starting and keeping a coding school alive, and to find a mentor who you aim to be because if you have someone who is like a role model, you really can motivate yourself effectively. Should you…
 
Relicans host Aaron Bassett talks to New Relic’s newest Relican, Lauren Lee, about being a “second career dev” after starting out as an English teacher, her experiences on going through the Ada Developers Academy bootcamp, and finding her way into DevRel. Should you find a burning need to share your thoughts or rants about the show, please spray th…
 
Relicans host Pachi Parra talks to Developer Advocate at GitHub, Rizél Scarlett, about coming to America as an undocumented immigrant, the biggest barriers she encountered when getting into tech, and the learning curve when going from coder to DevRel. Should you find a burning need to share your thoughts or rants about the show, please spray them a…
 
Relicans host, Aisha Blake talks to Product Leader, Advisor, and Consultant, Anne Griffin about being the only woman and Black person in the room, that one of the worst things you can do is give up your own power by thinking you don't have any, and helping people to leverage LinkedIn better. Should you find a burning need to share your thoughts or …
 
Relicans host, Pachi Parra talks to Thuy Doan of Prodigy Education about imposter syndrome being a thing that you always have, but that you just become incrementally more comfortable with it, skills she developed in her first years that led to a promotion, and how she’ll never work onsite again. Remote, remote, remote! (But that Zoom fatigue, tho!)…
 
Relicans host, Chris Sean Debatos talks to Senior Software Engineer at HOVER, Mannah Kallon, about his journey from animation nerd to BBQ chef, to philosopher and mathematician, to getting a Master’s Degree in Education, to becoming a teacher for several years. Eventually, Mannah went to work for an ed-tech company as a content creator writing math…
 
Relicans host, Aisha Blake talks to back-end self-taught engineer, Ben Barten about breaking into the FinTech industry in Germany, Googling all the answers, finding a sponsor, promoting yourself through finding a network, and why focusing on a particular niche is very important in coding. Should you find a burning need to share your thoughts or ran…
 
Relicans host, Aisha Blake talks to Developer Evangelist at Twilio, Streamer, and VC Scout, Lizzie Siegle, about her journey into Developer Relations and how having fabulous mentors has helped her see how others make the jump from academia to getting a full-time job and adulting in general. Should you find a burning need to share your thoughts or r…
 
Relicans host, Pachi Parra talks to Design Systems Engineer, Kedasha Kerr, about attending the Grace Hopper Conference with the intention of getting hired, thinking as a product engineer while also thinking like a Bootstrap engineer, and focusing on content creation on Instagram. Should you find a burning need to share your thoughts or rants about …
 
Relicans host, Chris Sean Dabatos, talks to Freelance Frontend Developer, Janine Marsh about teaching herself to code by herself during the pandemic, getting over her impostor syndrome, and the communities that motivated her to keep going. Should you find a burning need to share your thoughts or rants about the show, please spray them at devrel@new…
 
Relicans host, Pachi Parra talks to creator and maintainer Bekah Hawrot Weigel of Virtual Coffee about the importance of leaning on others during learning, listening to your body: (Rest and recharge!), and letting others help hold you up during these days of Pandemic-life and the trauma, strife, and grief we are all suffering globally, collectively…
 
Relicans host, Pachi Parra talks to Software Developer Julia Mathias about dropping out of college to attend a bootcamp, migrating from Ruby to Elixir, and managing life with ADHD. Should you find a burning need to share your thoughts or rants about the show, please spray them at devrel@newrelic.com. While you're going to all the trouble of shippin…
 
Relicans host, Aisha Blake talks to Coderslang about learning how to code by learning JavaScript and working in IDEs like Visual Studio Code. Coderslang believes coding should be done in the same environment where the user will be working when they finish their education. This way, they'll have some pain in the very beginning when they have to lear…
 
Relicans host, Pachi Parra talks to makeup artist turned software engineer at This Dot Labs, Star Richardson, about getting into tech via tutorials, contributing to open source, finding community during the pandemic, and searching and interviewing for her first job. Should you find a burning need to share your thoughts or rants about the show, plea…
 
Relicans host, Aisha Blake interviews Founding Engineer at Traceable AI, Jayesh Ahire, about four easy ways to contribute to an open source project as a beginner dev. Jayesh suggests contributing to documentation, finding an issue you want to fix or a feature you want to add, evangelizing by sharing your experience using a particular open source pr…
 
Interested in starting a career in IT? Founder of NewsIn.IT and Cloud Developer, Elyse Robinson shares with Relicans host Pachi Carlson about how she did exactly that! Elyse also talks about living and working between the United States and Mexico, researching opportunities and taking advantage of them for free or cheap, and then using her vast rese…
 
Relicans host Pachi Carlson talks to Educator at hexdevs’, Stefanni Brasil, about making friends in tech, getting her start through Codecademy, and the importance of starting small and celebrating every tiny victory! Should you find a burning need to share your thoughts or rants about the show, please spray them at devrel@newrelic.com. While you're…
 
Relicans host Chris Sean Debatos talks to Front-End Engineer at Programming Duck, Spyros Argalias, about being a front-end development kind of guy, his website and YouTube channel: Programming Duck, where he writes blog posts does videos for newbie programmers, and that even if you've never done programming before, it's very possible for you to sta…
 
Relicans host Pachi Carlson talks to Frontend Developer/Designer at Chec/Commerce.js, Jaeriah Tay, about engaging with the developer community, that in the beginning of your programming career, things are hard, and it’s okay to lean on Senior Devs for help, and the key is to dive in and start building. Should you find a burning need to share your t…
 
Jonan Scheffler interviews Erin Claudio about working for groups Techqueria, an inclusive group with focus on the Latinx community wanting to be involved in any aspect of tech, and Ruby For Good, a volunteer-driven nonprofit that develops specialized technology and software solutions for nonprofit organizations to bolster their critical missions. S…
 
Relicans host Pachi Carlson interviews Emi, The Code Pixi about when and why she decided to go to a code bootcamp, Twitter as her main source of networking, starting Code Café, how the pandemic has made things, especially attending conferences, more accessible, and that the biggest secret in programming is that nobody ever really knows what is goin…
 
Relicans host Pachi Carlson interviews Rabbi on Rails Yechiel Kalmenson about attending a bootcamp to learn how to code, taking advantage of free coding resources like Codecademy, and his top tips for people who are starting to learn how to code. (Hint: you don’t have to be a genius!!) Should you find a burning need to share your thoughts or rants …
 
Host Jonan Scheffler interviews Stephen Ajayi, co-founder of YearOne: a developer community supporting non-traditional engineers to succeed in their first year of engineering and how part of YearOne’s services includes that when a person lands a job, they support them for their first year with partner companies by doing check-ins with the candidate…
 
Relicans host Danny Ramos interviews Open Source Developer Nick DeJesus about gaming competitively, being an open-source maintainer, (Check out use-shopping-cart: a Hooks library that handles all of your shopping cart state and logic!) and how having passion and being pissed off drives him to do his best work! Should you find a burning need to shar…
 
Relicans host Aisha Blake talks to DevRel Manager at Apollo GraphQL, Kurt Kemple about being formerly incarcerated and taking an (all caps) INTERMEDIATE WEB PAGE course, and now working in Developer Advocacy. Kurt is also a proponent of the fact that people have lives outside of work and employers should give them time to educate themselves freely …
 
Relicans host Pachi Carlson interviews Rahat Chowdhury, Full Stack Serverless Developer and Co-Founder of Whimser, a cognitive behavioral therapy app, about being cool with asking for help– especially in the beginning, how taking care of his own mental health led to him co-found Whimser, balancing a full-time job with cofounding a startup, and how …
 
Software Craftsperson at Red Squirrel Technologies, Jeremy Schuurmans talks to Relicans host Danny Ramos about his past as a chef in Portland, OR to taking on an apprenticeship with a mentor, to landing his ultimate dream career in software development. Should you find a burning need to share your thoughts or rants about the show, please spray them…
 
AWS Community Hero, Founder of AWS Newbies, and author of Freelance Finance, Hiroko Nishimura talks to Relicans host Pachi Carlson about being a “professional beginner,” focusing on teaching people with non-traditional backgrounds, and writing the book to help people start out correctly in setting up freelance finances – because learning the hard w…
 
DEV.to Community Coordinator Michael Tharrington talks to Relicans Host Danny Ramos about what it means to be a community manager, especially for platforms as large as DEV and Forem, and how his previous role as a caregiver helped prepare him for his current role today. Should you find a burning need to share your thoughts or rants about the show, …
 
Full-Stack Software Engineer, Grace McGuire talks to Relicans Host Danny Ramos, about ditching the bar for a coding bootcamp, getting over her initial bout of impostor syndrome that she wasn’t meant to be in tech, and now teaching others and ultimately taking on an educator role within the field. Remember folx: learning to Google well is a muscle t…
 
Chris Bowman is a force. Chris talks to Relicans Host Chris Sean about being Chris, meeting your heroes, and overcoming some pretty heavy sh** to be where he is today. Should you find a burning need to share your thoughts or rants about the show, please spray them at devrel@newrelic.com. While you’re going to all the trouble of shipping us some byt…
 
Nicole Archambault of La Vie En Code, a coding community dedicated to the self-educated, talks with Relicans Host Pachi Carlson about the concept of programmatic problem-solving and how she was empowered by e-learning. Nicole believes that learning programming isn’t just a process of learning to write code. Instead, she says programming is artistic…
 
The Relican’s Chris Sean talks to special guest Justin Chau about all things successful streaming and social media as a self-taught dev. If you’ve been thinking about getting into such business, this episode is a must-listen! Should you find a burning need to share your thoughts or rants about the show, please spray them at devrel@newrelic.com. Whi…
 
Nikema Prophet, Community Manager at Armory, talks with host, Pachi Carlson about realizing she wanted to get into tech for a living, her first experiences working in tech, and she has kept herself motivated to keep learning new things. Should you find a burning need to share your thoughts or rants about the show, please spray them at devrel@newrel…
 
Developer Advocate at Auth0 and YouTuber, where he creates weekly videos on web development, James Q. Quick talks with host Chris Sean about working in DevRel, streaming as a great technique to connect with audiences and build a community, and creating content for your job while also creating content for yourself. Should you find a burning need to …
 
Jorge Téllez, Entrepreneur in Residence at Turing School and Director General at Cerouno, talks about the early days of starting Turing, growing up in Mexico and getting into tech by gaining access to a Commodore 64, and using technology as a way to enact social change by working in international development and launching different projects in Lati…
 
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