The Laila& Brenda Show

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Software is eating the world, but who’s building the software? Developer Laila Winner and designer Brenda Storer host interviews with inspirational designers, developers, and other makers in tech.

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http://lailaandbrenda.fm
Description
Software is eating the world, but who’s building the software? Developer Laila Winner and designer Brenda Storer host interviews with inspirational designers, developers, and other makers in tech.
Language
🇬🇧 English
last modified
2018-04-05 21:02
last episode published
2016-09-30 00:01
publication frequency
43.15 days
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Number of Episodes
4
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Technology Software How-To News

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Episodes

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30.09.2016

4: Creative Compulsion (Daniel X Moore)

What if shipping a web app could be as simple as writing some code and clicking a button? Laila and Brenda chat with Daniel X. Moore about the philosophy and product design process behind HyperDev, a new platform for collaborating on software by the cr...
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12.08.2016

3: For the Right Reasons (Jessie Young)

GSA, EPA, SEC -- not only is there an acronym for every US federal agency, there's also a lot of software. Developer Jessie Young talks to Brenda and Laila about bringing modern development practices to the government through her work at 18F, a civic c...
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8.07.2016

2: Never Full (Elle Meredith)

Elle Meredith, Ruby developer and prolific event organizer, joins Laila and Brenda to share what she's learned about building community and tips for practicing continuous self-improvement.
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23.05.2016

1: A Different Kind of Job-Title

In the first episode of The Laila& Brenda Show, Brenda and Laila talk about their non-linear paths to careers in software development, the relationship between community involvement and learning new technical skills, and NSYNC versus the Backstreet...
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