All Hands on Tech
Conversations with top voices in software development, cloud, IT, security, machine learning, data and technology leadership.
July 7, 2021
086 - Improving continuously with agile coach Kimbaly St. Matthew-Daniel
Veteran agile coach Kimbaly St. Matthew-Daniel breaks down how to help teams evolve from waterfall deployment to more agile methods, how to remake your meetings to be more effective and sound advice on how to be more human at times of uncertainty.
Jun 29, 2021
085 - Getting started as an open source contributor with Gift Egwuenu
The open source space is consistently improving, with a growing number of initiatives and projects built in the open. Front-end developer and consultant Gift Egwuenu shares insights on the importance of open source as well as how you can get started as a contributor.
Jun 22, 2021
084 - Eliminating waste with Jan Trojanowski, Brian Pang and Kimbaly St. Matthew-Daniel
Join Pluralsight author, Jeremy Morgan, as he discusses the steps to identifying and eliminating waste in software production with senior manager of software engineering at Jamf, Jan Trojanowski; development director at Electronic Arts (EA), Brian Pang and agile coach Kimbaly St. Matthew-Daniel.
Jun 8, 2021
083 - T-Mobile's Axel Robinson on why love is the answer to operational excellence
Axel Robinson is the business solutions and implementation manager at T-Mobile. In this conversation, Axel highlights how operational excellence paves the way for delivering a world class customer experience, and how showing love for his team is key to his success.
Jun 1, 2021
082 - Major releases and updates for AWS, Azure and GCP with David Tucker
Join cloud strategist and Pluralsight author David Tucker for latest news, updates and resources you need to stay up to speed on in the fast-moving world of AWS, Azure and Google Cloud.
May 27, 2021
081 - Learning to code and embracing failure with Kristen Foster-Marks
We chat with Kristen Foster-Marks—director of engineering for Flow at Pluralsight—about imposter syndrome, embracing failure as a new engineer, Kristen’s journey into tech, and her unique research into the academic field of second language acquisition and what it can teach us about learning how to code.
March 2, 2021
080 - Implications of the Colonial Pipeline attack with Bri Andersen and Aaron Rosenmund
Two members of Pluralsight security curriculum team discuss the implications of the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack, and what security leaders and companies can learn to protect themselves against similar attacks in the future.
May 11, 2021
079 - Team building and growth with Via's Rodney Cox
Rodney Cox, VP of engineering at Via breaks down his rapid rise into software leadership, how he’s building his team, incremental growth and his approach of stretching beyond his comfort zones.
May 6, 2021
078 - Building sustainable collaboration skills with Alice Meredith
Culture strategist Alice Meredith discusses how to build a culture of collaboration on your technology team, including being vulnerable and transparent as a leader, setting aside time for structured brainstorming where everyone has a voice, and meeting each member of the team where they are at.
Apr 27, 2021
077 - John Jung talks about solving problems by leaning into the weird
Nylas director of engineering John Jung believes good software development comes from the inner weirdness of developers. That's why he's focused on creating the space needed for his team to find creative ways to solve problems. Learn how you can take a leaf out of his book and reap the benefits in this actionable interview.
Apr 20, 2021
076 - Insourcing and reskilling strategies with Jessica Schneider and Don Jones
The tech talent shortage is fueling a workforce development revolution. With more and more companies unable to find software developers and IT pros to fill open positions, employers are taking radical steps to reskill non-technical talent for these roles. For today’s episode, we’re sharing the audio from a webinar featuring Don Jones, head of developer skills at Pluralsight, and Jessica Schneider, Vice President of marketing and product development at DevelopIntelligence.
Apr 13, 2021
075 - First-time tech leadership advice with Heather MacDonald, Kevin Miller and Jason Alba
Three leaders in software development and IT share tips for making the jump from individual contributor to leader, including how to know when it's the right time, how to balance your workload, and navigating the slippage of your hard technology skills.
Mar 30, 2021
074 - Removing roadblocks for your dev team with Kim Burgaard, Rodney Cox and Axel Robinson
Jeremy Morgan chats with the Director of engineering at Fernish, Kim Burgaard; VP of engineering at Via, Rodney Cox; and Engineering Manager of business solution and implementations at T-Mobile, Axel Robinson. Together, they’ll dive in to help you better understand developer productivity.
Mar 23, 2021
073 - The journey from software dev to CEO with Kelby Zorgdrager
We talk with Kelby Zorgdrager, CEO of DevelopIntelligence about his journey into tech, from software developer to CEO. We talk about the journey and the challenges and techniques of managing tech teams in 2021.
Mar 17, 2021
072 - Getting started in the cloud with Barry Luijbregts
We sit down with Barry Luijbregts to talk about getting started in the cloud, new things coming with Azure and the changing culture of tech.
March 9, 2021
071 - The state of the cloud with Janani Ravi, David Tucker and Casey West
Experts Janani Ravi, David Tucker and Casey West discuss specific tools and strategies impacting cloud architecture, management and security, and provide actionable insight to help technologists and leaders strengthen their organization’s cloud muscle.
March 2, 2021
070 - Big data in finance with Bismark Adomako
Daniel speaks with Pluralsight author Bismark Adomako about how big data is impacting the financial industry, best practices for creating a big data strategy at your company, and more.
February 23, 2021
069 - Flutter and PWAs with Chris Sells
Jeremy speaks with Chris Sells, who is a Senior Product Manager at Google with the Flutter team. They discuss progressive web apps, Flutter, and online backgammon over Telnet.
February 16, 2021
068 - Lyron Andrews explains his BeST framework
Pluralsight author Lyron Andrews explains the background and benefits of his recently released BeST framework.
February 9, 2021
067 - Adam Boswell’s 3 pillars of engineering excellence
Adam Boswell, Director of Engineering at Kount, explains the 3 pillars he uses to foster engineering excellence.
February 2, 2021
066 - Linda Kovac's inspiring journey to become a software developer
Linda Kovac's goal of becoming a software developer took her around the world and dropped several obstacles in her way. But her dedication and desire to help others won out.
January 26, 2021
065 - Discussing the SolarWinds attack with Aaron Rosenmund
Pluralsight author and cybersecurity professional Aaron Rosenmund talks all about the SolarWinds supply chain attack. He explains how it happened, what the response has been and what lessons can be learned.
January 19, 2021
064 - Scott Hanselman talks teaching, presenting, and more
Pluralsight author Barry Luijbregts speaks with developer Scott Hanselman about becoming an impactful teacher, the importance of humor in presenting, and much more.
January 12, 2021
063 - Jeff Hicks talks Powershell
Jeremy speaks with Pluralsight author and Microsoft MVP Jeff Hicks about Powershell, DevOps and skill development.
January 5, 2021
062 - Highlights from our most popular episodes
With the arrival of a new year, we wanted to take the opportunity to look back. This episode brings together a collection of clips from five of our most popular guests: Scott Allen, Kelsey Hightower, Deborah Kurata, Troy Hunt and Filip Ekberg.
December 29, 2020
061 - Discussing DevOps and Elastic Stack with Mike Place
December 22, 2020
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