BONUS: How Senior Developers Can Enjoy Learning Like They Were Juniors
Remember the amazing adventure it was to learn a new thing every day as a Junior Developer? It's easy to feel a little stuck or lost as a Senior developer since there aren't roadmaps or people looking to mentor seniors. (Besides Charles Max Wood.) Chuck talks about how he felt that way at different points in his career and how podcasting and connecting with the programming communities helped him get past that.
BONUS: How Charles Max Wood Started Podcasting -- And You Can Too
Charles Max Wood goes into the origin story of his podcasting career and how it relates to his programming career. He starts with his interest from a young age in technology and his dreams of being a radio DJ. He moves quickly through college and into his first job after college where he was introduced to podcasts by a co-worker who had purchased an iPod.
He calls out several mentors like Gregg Pollack, Eric Berry, Nate Hopkins, Cliff Ravenscraft, David Brady, Dave Jackson, and many more.
BONUS: How to get Freelance Clients to Come to You
Charles Max Wood explains how he landed his first 4 freelance clients that took him through a few years of freelancing with only 3 years of experience and a few hundred podcast listeners. Funnily enough, they actually came to him, not the other way around.
He explains how he made himself attractive to them and then turned it into a mutually profitable relationship once he had their attention.
AiA 305: How to Stay Current
AiA 034: LIVE! from ng-conf 2015
This is a repeat episode of Adventures in Angular.
BONUS: Measuring Apps and Entrepreneurship with John-Daniel Trask
John-Daniel Trask, founder and CEO of Raygun, talks about his experience building a monitoring company and about how to measure the speed and quality of your code.
AiA 304: What is a Top 5% Developer?
This is a repeat episode of Ruby Rogues 485
The Rogues dive into who are top 5% developers, what they're doing and how to recognize them. They start out discussing how mid-level developers can move up and how developers can grow in more ways that technical skills.
AiA 303: How to Make an Impact on the Development Community
Charles Max Wood takes a solo flight into how to make an impact on the development community and build the career you want at the same time. Chuck starts out summarizing his journey over the last year or so and then dives into his vision of how people can grow into becoming an influencer and using that to create opportunities in your life and career.
AiA 001: The Birth of Angular
In the inaugural episode of Adventures in Angular, the panelists talk to Miško Hevery about the birth of AngularJS.
BONUS: How to Crush Your Biggest Goals in 2021
AiA 302: Angular 11 on 11/11
Brooks and Alyssa talk about the updates in Angular 11 and the update party the Angular team threw for v11. Check out the Angular YouTube for the Keynote and Q&A recording and check out the Kendo UI YouTube Channel for the game session recording Alyssa & Brooks did!
BONUS: Adding a Content Engine to Your App with a Headless CMS with Jake Lumetta
Jake Lumetta from ButterCMS joins Charles Max Wood to discuss how Headless CMS’s work and how they can add functionality to your application with a minimum of effort and very little maintenance. They also compare Headless CMS’s to the alternatives and explain when one choice is better for a team than the other.
AiA 301: Community — Leaving Politics Out Of It
In this episode, we dive into the issues our community is facing in today’s crazy world. We talk about tips the panelists have for dealing with the stressors of today and how we, as a community, can come together in positivity as we grow ever larger.
AiA 300: The 300th Episode
In celebration for our 300th episode, Brooks, Alyssa & Chris ago through The Sate of JS Survey and talk about the results from last year. They also talk about the upcoming 2020 survey and encourage everyone to take part and represent for Angular!
BONUS: How to do LARGE Volumes of HIGH Quality Work - While Spending Fewer Hours Working
Mani provides us with strategies and tactics to get Deep Work time and how to get our minds into that focused state for hours at a time.
He has read hundreds of books that have taught him the secrets to getting more done by getting into this state.