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The Spanulate Pod Cast
45 minutes | Jan 26, 2015
Episode 7: The active office, keeping current, and some other stuff
In this episode I am talking about the importance of keeping active while in the office. Offering suggestions on how to introduce activity into your daily routing through hourly mini-workouts. I am also talking a bit about how to use social media and some other stuff to help keep yourself current and connected in the development world.
34 minutes | Dec 29, 2014
Episode 5: Be a Lean Mean Programming Machine
In this episode I am taking a look at developing creative parallels between programming and exercise, as well as talking a bit about why spending your 8 hour day on your butt could kill you! As always, thanks so much to MF Ruckus for the intro and outro music from their track "Fiends for Excess". Don't forget to check back later this week for my screencast on Stateful programming.
38 minutes | Dec 8, 2014
Episode 4: Youthful Programming
In this episode I am talking about the idea of youthful programming, and how we as a culture can shift the current paradigm of education to hook kids into programming at an early age. Thanks SO much to Giant Robots Smashing into Other Giant Robots and Chris Hunt (of The Healthy Hacker) for the shout out; if you haven't checked out these pod casts they are amazing! As always thank you to MF Ruckus for letting me use their track "Fiends for Excess". Happy coding!
23 minutes | Nov 23, 2014
Episode 3: Mindfulness and deep practice
In this episode I am talking with fellow Turing student Ian Andersen about mindfulness and its application to coders and other parts of life. As always, thanks to MF Ruckus for the intro and outro music off their track "Fiends for Excess".
45 minutes | Nov 9, 2014
Episode 2: What language(s) should you learn?
In this episode I am discussing the question of what languages to learn. When you first enter the world of programming it can pretty daunting, there are so many languages, where to begin! Thanks again to MF Ruckus for the intro and outro music from their track "Fiends for Excess". Happy coding :)
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