Charles Max Wood
Each encounter teaches us a lesson. Every setback is a victory. Chuck and Subrat join the show as Chuck takes the lead in sharing his past work experiences and his inspiring journey towards his road to success. He also talks about his current plans for Top End Devs such as conferences, book clubs, and many more!
Are you looking at all the layoffs and uncertainty going on and wondering if your company is the next to cut back? Or, maybe you're a freelancer or entrepreneur who is trying to figure out how to deliver more value to gain or retain customers? Mani Vaya joins Charles Max Wood to discuss the one thing that both of them use to more than double their productivity on a daily basis. Mani has read 1,000's of productivity books over the last several years and has formulated a methodology for getting more done, but found that he lacked the discipline to follow through on his plans. The he found the one thing that kept him on track and made him so productive that he is now getting all of his work done and was able to live the life he wants. Chuck also weighs in on how Mani's technique has worked for him and allows him to spend more time with his wife and kids, run a podcast network, and a nearly full time contract. Join the episode to learn how Chuck and Mani get into a regular flow state with their work and consistently deliver at work.
Lucas Paganini is a content creator and developer. Together with his team creates educational content about web development through articles and YouTube tutorials. He has been working on Angular since 2017 and is the CEO of a remote company called Unvoid. He joins Chuck on the show to talk about his article, "Automatically Unsubscribe Observables on Destroy".
In this all-panelist episode, Armen comes back to the show to talk about one of his articles, “Change Detection without Change Detection. Change detection functions by helping rerender the UI when data changes. In this episode, he shares the importance of using his Change Detection technique to improve performance rather than using the built-in one.