2017-10-01 The Command Line Podcast

This is an episode of The Command Line Podcast.

I mentioned my new podcasting project for which I have set up a Patreon if you are interested, it will be an interview driven podcast about beer.

In the feature for this episode, I reflect on my experiences being mentored and as a mentor.

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2017-09-10 The Command Line Podcast

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I ponder motivation and energy.

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2017-08-20 The Command Line Podcast

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I explore the value and appeal of complex learning curves.

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2017-08-06 The Command Line Podcast

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I unpack some of my own experiences of the evolutionary trend that has results in Docker.

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2017-07-23 The Command Line Podcast

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I talk about the how frustration can be effectively channeled by building surprising tools, for yourself and your fellow developers.

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2017-07-09 The Command Line Podcast

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I talk about the trade offs between dedicating to a single programming language or stack and embracing being a programming polyglot.

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2017-06-25 The Command Line Podcast

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A long overdue episode on Internet exceptionalism and radical acceptance.

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Correction: Minor technology podcaster

The morning after each podcast release, I give the episode listen for quality and correctness. During my drive this morning, I cringed as I heard myself say, “minority technology podcaster” when talking about how I think of myself with regards to a broader point in the episode.

I immediately realized that I very badly misspoke: what I should have said was “minor technology podcaster” or better yet “D-list technology podcaster.”

I have a very transparent online presence and it is easy to see that I am in no way a minority, quite the opposite. Not everyone has a reason or opportunity to check me in this way, hence the correction.

I do not want to mis-represent myself as that is at best wrong and at worst harmful. I will include a comment in the next episode, as well. The context of the remark was hopefully not problematic. I think it is worth being abundantly clear and honest when making mistakes like this. Misspeaking is a risk of doing an extemporaneous episodes, I hope my misstatement does no harm and that I can chalk it up to a learning experience.

2017-06-11 The Command Line Podcast

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In another off the cuff episode, I share some thoughts on practice, mastery and goals.

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2017-05-28 The Command Line Podcast

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I offer a bit of a stream of consciousness on the state of the podcast, over a decade of history, and thoughts for the future.

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