Listen: Software Developer, Developer, Jonathan Cottrell discussed on Developer Tea
"The. For the first few minutes of today's episode, I want to talk about kind of where we been and layout a little bit of a vision for wherever headed the show isn't going to change very much, but I do want to identify the reality that developer t started as a developer focused pike cast. This is pike cast that we want to to give developers the most value. Now with that often looks like impact casting is really specific technical discussions in. We've had a few of those on this show, but more more I'm noticing that developers who listen to this show, they value the discussions that we have. There are a little bit more abstracted away from technology, taking those concepts and then turning around and applying them to your career as a developer, as well as your practice as developer, not. Only your coding practice, but also how you handle yourself in social interactions and professional interactions. So I wanna make sure that everybody understands as you're listening to the show developer TV is intentionally crafted for developers, but the topics that we talk about on the show in many of the principles that we uncover on the show, they extend well beyond the development practice. This show will continue to be focused on software developers into the future. We're going to continue talking about these abstract concepts. Sometimes we will have technical discussions from an abstract perspective, but you can consider this moment in developer tease history, kind of the open door moment. We're not restricting the people who listen to the show to only software developers because as turns out software development is becoming a more and more open field. The value of creating software is going far. Beyond, you know, web development or even application development and it's extending into every other sphere. So I want to make sure that the people who listen to the show that if you're not if your job title doesn't include software developer and even if you aren't necessarily targeting job where that is your title that you know that you're welcome here because the show is more about and principles than it is about any specific technology. And the truth is we've had all kinds of people listen to the show and reach out and say, thank you because the show has provided some kind of value well beyond the software development practice. So I appreciate you for listening to the show, but I also want to extend that welcome to anyone who's listening to this for the first time or maybe you're developer and you know somebody who can appreciate this show even though they aren't necessarily developer themselves, encourage you to share. To share, whatever you think is valuable with those people. Okay. Let's jump into the content for today's episode. If you haven't already guessed you are listening to developer, not my name's Jonathan Cottrell. And the goal of this show is to help driven developers connect to their career purpose and do better work so they can have a positive influence on the people around them. And you've already heard some of the ways that we do this. We talk about abstract ideas, talk about a lot about how the brain works about how we can work effectively as humans. So in today's episode, we're going to talk about a very important subject. Of course, it's to do with the way we think not just the way we think in general, not the way we process information, but the way we view ourselves and as a result, the way the issue others.."