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"john calloway" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

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04:04 min | Last week

"john calloway" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

"Over was actually. I found a little more difficult than i thought it would be. I mean i looking back. I understand who wants to hire a programmer. Who's never been before and like. Yeah i did a couple of things. Look it's cool. This is what. I want to be so It was a little bit hard breaking into that. But what i did to break into it and to really get going was. I spent some time building a project that i wanted in a project that i that i cared about because then i kept working at the first really big project i did was my old music app. It was the first google music client on ios way back in the day. And i worked at really taught me a lot and it helped me push the envelope of like what i could do and what i thought i could do was really. I chose something that way. Out of my scope at the time and i but following through and finishing in actually publishing it to the app store and getting users and than interacting with users. It taught me a lot. And at that point. When i was doing that it was super easy to jobs in the switch between things. Here's like look. Here's something i've done And that's was really really useful for me and then also joining a startup was really good. i learned a lot more in a start up then. I haven't microsoft. Let's be honest when you join some of these larger companies you learn not saying i don't learn anymore especially if my bosses are listening. I'm still learning and pushing the envelope. I mean comic came during mike off days but the speed going back to federal the speed. Had i done a prototype at zaman leadership at three months later for tops right you when you have the ability to try things and learn and fail quickly like that and tried things out and say okay. This is working. let's change it. Let's make it better. Let's do something else you get those you get thinner startup and you can learn so fast When i joined cameron i joined as a customer support engineer. Basically what i did was help desk. And i had already been a developer. At this point. I already had apps on the app store. I been professional developer. But i joined that as help desk. That was my first role there that lasted two months tops. And i was off doing different things because there's so many opportunities to grow and change and do different things at a startup. Especially if you're early on if you're willing to do something and learn something and try something else. Yeah you'll get the opportunity. It's amazing how many different things i did during my time. Salmon that's awesome. Where can our listeners. Go to sort of follow you and keep up with what you're working on. Yeah i'm clancy on get hub. I'm clancy on twitch i've been really bad about live streaming lately. The whole covert and kids being home and school start soon though so i will be gone and on time. Actually focus on do that. Deepest up so Definitely i'll be doing twi- streaming again in the next few months. Happy to get back into that. And i and j. t. clancy on twitter so but yeah i have a discord. Its list any of that stuff. I'm always available for answer questions. If you have issues with comet you'll notice in the getting started there's actually linked to the discord in there. You can jump in. They're asked questions fuel. The history people have asked me. When are we doing this milestone questions. I get asked anything. How does this work. And i show sample codes from some of my own absence comment so the freda reach out if you have any questions all right. Excellent thanks so much. James really appreciate you taking time to speak about today no problem. Thanks for having me. James clancy. james is a pm architect at microsoft. He joins zaman in two thousand eleven and has been at microsoft now for five years. If you like this episode please like rate and review on itunes fine show notes blog posts and more at six figure dot com and catch us live each week on twitch ambitious to follow us on twitter at six figure. Deaf this has been another episode. The six figure developer podcast helping others reach their potential. I'm john calloway. I'm clayton aunt. And i'm josh..

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"john calloway" Discussed on Chicago Tonight

Chicago Tonight

02:04 min | Last month

"john calloway" Discussed on Chicago Tonight

"You're welcome on sunny days in the garden with the grand kids. Thank you brandis. Peres have to say that One of the joys of this job is working with you. I sometimes think of you as a son. And i'd be proud to have brandis as a daughter and i'm so grateful for the colleagues i've had i've been so grateful for the support that management has given the show and me and i already mentioned that without the guests. We'd be nothing and without you you viewers. We would be nothing and it's been the honor of my lifetime to work here. It's been the honor of my lifetime to occasionally have people come up and tell me how much they how much they enjoy the show and the work we do and i am going to miss you very much happily come back on occasionally to do special assignments. But i'm gonna miss you gonna miss this work but a in in the phrase going going on between going in gone maybe closer to god that i leave for now as a very happy and grateful person and phil i mean. It's been a remarkable career and as you said it's not over because you will be here and we will. We will be thrilled to welcome you for special assignments in for guest hosting and for for anything else that you'd like to come in here and do because this place is always your home and as i said. There's a mount rushmore chicago tonight. John calloway phil ponce or the two faces on there right now. I think the other person. Carol carol paris i love you. I love you to fill and we're back to wrap things up but first we take a look at the weather and that is our show for.

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.NET 6 Preview With Rich Lander

The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

01:48 min | 2 months ago

.NET 6 Preview With Rich Lander

"Allu- and welcome into six-figure developer. Podcast the podcast where we talk about new and exciting technologies professional development clean code career advancement and more. I'm john calloway on clayton on. And i'm john nash. With us today. As richard lander riches a principal program manager on the dot net courtroom. He works on making dot net core work great in memory limited docker containers on arm hardware like the raspberry pi and enabling. Gpo programming and iot scenarios. Welcome rich thanks. Great to be on the show before we sort of jump into things. Would you give our listeners. Like a little introduction to yourself Perhaps tell them how you got started in the industry sure Yes so i'm canadian. Boarded bread From ontario and Went to school in. Well i guess my you know my. My dad wasn't exactly a computer and suzy but he thought we should be too so he He would bring home hardware thruster to play with in years on. That's what was kinda my start. Which i an incredibly thankful for you know twenty four hundred hundred baud modem than all the rest of it and then i went to school waterloo and then microsoft natives people knew somehow and which i did know a lot about And in two thousand. And i got hired at school and move to Seattle are ready for microsoft. And i've been there percents so that's kind of my origin story lounge. Yeah so what what What do you do these days from. Except yeah so. I work on the team at worked on like i said i joined microsoft in two thousand. I've been on the team since two thousand three. So i've worked on every release since including framework to. Oh

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"john calloway" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

03:11 min | 6 months ago

"john calloway" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

"When i hear the term programmer's brain that that makes me think that is that is that an affliction is that something that needs to be addressed by medical professional. Or what is the programmer's brain. Oh sorry you seem to have a case the programmer's brain do any and his word of the book tries to explain what happens in your brain when you program to most programmers horse a really deep understanding of programs deep understanding of computer but most computer science programs including one where i teach. They don't really for stuff related to cook missions. Just that that comes. A scientist would consider basic things like the difference between long-term ariane short term memory and working memory. That's not something you necessarily learn as a programmer. I maybe some people are like you know you don't really need to know this. But once you start thinking especially of reading code and incorporating understanding code that you haven't written then is sort of important to understand. The difference between this code is hard because my term memories week here and this code is hard because my short memory suffering here and the book tries to explain the basics of science. And how that matter for reading code so i read <hes>. The first two and a half chapters recently and <hes>. One of the things. That i found interesting was how easily you made me stop and go down a rabbit hole on the internet and look up how to do something. You chose to give some examples at least in the first couple of chapters in three different programming languages and while i am familiar with several programming languages i had never actually seen the ap l. programming language. And so that. I coating example that you given that i was like <hes>. What and i had. I had to stop and you know later on in in the second chapter. I believe it is <hes>. You actually have an exercise for the reader to go and do something with that language. But in the first chapter when i first saw it i i had to stop. I had to go on the internet. I found a website that would actually run the code iran. The co at played with the code. I changed things. I literally couldn't move forward in the book. Until i had to figure it out what that code did and i don't know if you intended that but that was the side effect that i experienced was that part of what you might have been going for or is am. I just weird. No so it wasn't like i meant to send you off. And i the reason that i fix a pl is because i wanted to have a language in which the keywords <unk>. Everyone would go like what. What the four ride. This and entry hard because the book isn't for owner for java for javascript is generic so if you want something that actual actually real code but also confusing to everyone. Then there's no you can pick from even something all like global or four tron that whereas with abo it's like super super confusing and it's confusing in an interesting way

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"john calloway" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

05:50 min | 6 months ago

"john calloway" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

"I'm john calloway. I'm clayton hunt. And i'm john with us. Today is failing carman's felina is a scientist working at leiden university as an associate professor her book. The programmer's brain is out now as a manning books early access program welcome. Thanks polina Before we get started into the meat of things would you give our listeners. A little bit of background on yourself in sort of like how you got into computer science. Yes i think. Have this traditional cathway into programming at least traditional for like children from the eighties as i am that from from the moment we had a computer in my house i was like obsessed by that machine and i only wanted to do programming. Failing is how it works and stuff like that so even in high school i continued programming. Might i was looking at my high school. Had a computer club. That i could join to hang out. We don't have computer Night when university to go get a first also agree in theoretical computer science. And then i switched over to sulphur engineering. Pg in for engineering. In then i started working as an academic afterwards. So now you're a professor. What are you teaching saying teaches introductory programming. I think is really the most exciting continued Some professors who i liked each maury advanced material. Which has its own way of being interesting but for some students that some students do not have this experience of programming in high school or when their kids so they come into university and we don't know yet right. They seen the magic programming. So i think pretty cool to teach this..

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"john calloway" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

05:05 min | 8 months ago

"john calloway" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

"I am john calloway. I'm clayton hunt. And i'm jonah with us today. Is ken muggeridge. Ken is a tech principle for the office of the cto at thought works. He's passionate about continuous delivery and devops. He's now focused on future tech. Welcome kim thanks. Thanks for having me so can Before we get started and so so more. Meet the podcast. Would you give our listeners. A little introduction to yourself you know maybe tell them how you got started working in the industry and maybe even going further into a dab ops. Yes sure so. Little bit nontraditional but junior system administrator Thirty some years ago At one of seattle's first internet service providers and we had The stereotypical unix senior mississippi system. Minister that you'd picture and he said hey. This new web thing came out. It's not going anywhere but someone's gotta learn it. I'm not wasting my time. You do it so that was kind of You know big career thing that you don't know at the time number one Ten fifteen years. Later i was working as an engineering manager and really frustrated with things like time to market. And we are saying okay. We want to make a change to our application in. It's two weeks worth of effort. And i know that's not a real number but worth the effort to to do that. And then three weeks to rerecord all the test scripts so it was really hard. You know to get stuff to market theraworx. Who's doing some work around that. So join dot works Almost twelve years ago now and one of my first meetings was sitting down with a guy by the name of jazz humble. Who said we're about to publish. His book called continuous delivery. With you know it means to address a lot of the things that you're talking about that you're frustated with so so i learned continuous delivery from jazz just before the book came out so that was kind of career thing number two so i got very passionate and that got involved in the devops audience I think is a very big difference. Devils can delivery which i imagine we'll get into In that kind of led to today. Where i'm doing mostly i worked for the office. The cto mostly working on our forward-looking tax strategy like what the trends today. And how's that affect us down. You're down the road. That's very cool. so what are you working on these days. Yeah it really is around strategy and research It's kind of like bleeding. Edge technologies like. I'm working on some work right now about what we're calling. Evolving interactions was. I can't take too much about But it's it's it's really kinda cool. It's fine it's it's how you know which ar vr gonna look like From a strategy perspective and a business applicability stent perspective and that sort of thing Something that we do without works every couple years just really really lucky to have gotten a place in the. Cto's office which to me cto is supposed to be forward looking. It's not you know house our technology today in the architecture. But it's what will it be So it's bit of a dream job to be honest..

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"john calloway" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

05:41 min | 9 months ago

"john calloway" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

"I'm John Calloway. I'm Cathy and I'm Josh with us today is Omri. Hi. I'm ree is co founder and CTO at m0b first self-service Cloud banned from the platform for immature as code architecture. Welcome on Murry. Thank you for helping me. One of the things we start with for each podcast is having our guests introduce themselves and tell us how they got started. So how did you get started in the industry? So basically I got like my first computer when I was like five six started playing with it. Um, you know during school play with it with some, you know windows or dust 32 stuff. Yep. Actually in high school, I I worked as a computer store and assembled, uh computers, you know backpack was I think Windows ninety-five page came out and and and basically example the the computers and installed whatever software you wanted their then I actually went to the Army wage in Israel. So we as a mandatory Army, so I went there for almost four years then got my bachelor degree wage and during the time I started working, you know, I took company in Israel. I'm starting as a QA engineer and Automation and then once I've finished my degree started working as a developer actually started on on Microsoft and. Net back then it was two point all I think and yep. You know Grew From there in verse companies in Israel and started managing teams and groups I've been in in each month or is is like a big BBC company in Israel and and improve point for the past years in doing a lot of Technology package. Net to Java to Ruby Andreas. No GS and Scala whatever works basically and in the last two years have funded emptier together with the Hub who is the CEO and co-founder and it's really excited tires for us. And basically that's it from my end. It's pretty neat. So you've worked with quite a widespread of Technologies there. Yeah, I you know also on the cloud on Thursday. With infrastructure on history and and AWS and disappearing and Azure and you know basically being all around with many many colleges not only in the in the infrastructure world, but also in in most common languages and and open source tools as well. What are your favorite language these days are there specific technologies that that you're really excited about?.

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"john calloway" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"john calloway" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

"More I'm John Calloway I'm Clayton. Hunt and I'm John Ash with us today is Rob Bode ROBB is a speaker author and consultant as owner of Thorpe. Projects a Premier Consulting Organization in Indianapolis Indiana, he helps clients make the complicated simple. Well thank you gentlemen. So Rob why don't you tell us kind of how you got into the industry and then finished with what you're working on these days. Sure so was so I the earth cooled than the dinosaurs came right so I've been doing technology forever. It feels like You know I did assembly language on both eighty six in sixty, five O two. Wrote See. I just I just did all kinds of weird stuff. and I. Grew up with this. Of Schizophrenia about me like on the one hand I loved doing infrastructure racking stuff and putting it all together and plug in all the wires I love that, and then on the other side I love writing code bright like for me like I could lose days. I suppose it was really hours but fell in days that I would just lose writing code, and so I had the schizophrenia about me and then I don't know about two thousand. I started getting involved with the sinkhole share point you might have heard of it. It's kind of a big deal but you know I cheer point till about two thousand three or four a short break, and then I came back to it about two thousand five and it has been a large part of my career since then you know it, it's only a part of it because. I really got pretty darn frustrated with these beautiful technology products. I don't know about you guys. Do you guys have you ever done that thing and you're like you get done within the technology and you're like, yes, this thing is beautiful. Then none of the users use it and you're like. I hate my life. This is stupid. What am I doing right and that kind of led the two different things I. Think we'll talk about probably both projects one is burn out. The other one is is change. But what happened was I started getting really bummed out that I do this beautiful stop and then nobody would. Come and use it, and so that's led me away from the technology. Still coat when I was I was in visual studio today, right? It's not I don't code but there's a whole bunch of other stuff I do as well. So about two thousand..

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"john calloway" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"john calloway" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

"I'm John Calloway I'm Clayton Hunt and I'm John Ash. With us today is Doc Norton. Talk is co-founder at on ballet, Performing Organizational and leadership coaching to companies for whom software is key. Doc Thank you good to be here. So Dr before we get started. Would would you just give our listeners? Maybe an introduction to yourself Kinda. Tell them how you got started in the industry. Yes sure so man getting started was a long time ago. I've been in software for about thirty five years. Thirty professionally thirty five. When you add in my being a hobbyist sill. Early Eighties trs eighty model to doing some basic stuff, and then After college got a job and it turned out that I was the only dude in the place that was brave enough to change the paper in the printer. Which? Ultimately qualified me to be the computer room technician and it kind of went from there. I got a night job swap tapes and Short really studying languages than because I had so much time at night, and became a developer kind of gone from there. so these days. What what a what are you doing these days? What what's that like? Yeah so gone from there is is is a pretty big gap. Doesn't it so that led to? My own consultancy ran that for for fifteen years, and then moved into a leadership positions in organizations at all. Try to keep hands on keys. so you know in the last few years I do a lot of. Agile Technical Coaching some leadership coaching oftentimes in larger organizations. Going in sometimes getting embedded with teams. But have have always cutty can try to keep the the chops as well so. languages in the last decade spend mostly Ruby Java. But I've you know I've dabbled in lots of stuff. And I know a while ago you had done you had started on a series on technical debt. Are there any plans on continuing that series or kind of expanding out from there? Yeah. Yes, this is that's a serious with clean coders. That's the they've got a bunch of content..

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"john calloway" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

09:26 min | 1 year ago

"john calloway" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

"Three point and decree by playing now is is a lot cleaner. Refill felt like we can evolve more. There were certain types of group by the because of some of the technologies we were using relented and translating them so we really needed to get away from that and we hope it's in a much better ways we can evolve it and translate patterns and then coming up we have energy framework core five Super Early Planning yes. We're skipping at margin again and is going to be super confusing when we have energy firmer course a we might skip the average who knows but he adds. We just released our early thinking Plans and we want to tackle some of these things that are keeping people from writing their apps the way they want to a big one for that is many to many associations. It's possible today in you can map the join table to association class. Your queries become really weird. Because you do like blogs dot tagging 's tags instead of just blogs dot tags and so it's all possible we have all the groundwork underneath the covers for. We're just GonNa try and let you write that blogs tags tagging the book and just sort of hide the rest from you as as it was six and one of the reasons we've been hesitant to add this feature is sexy found most real world. Apps have some sort of payload like when was that tag added. When was the last updated? And so it's like you have many ways. Many of the next thing you do is sort of like decompose on back in to these wand minis We thought we could. The workaround wasn't terrible enough. We could sort of hold off on the emanation. We think the time has come. It's one of those critical features that are just a pain to work around Another one in a in a similar vein is. Tbt Mapping One table maps to one time and so if you have a hierarchy you know. Her son employee customer getting each of those types a map to an individual table. A lot of people think this is a curse anti pattern any Jambi but if you're working with a legacy database on the UvA said. This is how the tables are. You don't have a choice and so we want to let you be able to have a choice in your C. Sharp at least in billund matters a hierarchy and use those more quickly as the domain intended entity those are the big features. They have futures over really trying to address the same time. We're doing a TVD MAPPING. We're going to also keep in mind like. Tpc mapping which is are you push all the all the leaf classes into their own tables collapse. The data all down to the leafs entity splitting was ready to have one class. That's backed by like two or more during tables. They're all kind of related. So we'll keep them in mind and while those other Balti- pc and splitting aren't necessarily goals. We're going to remind while we do. Cpt also easier to add them later. Those are the big ones. Were also look at how to make deployment easier Today we give you a simple script for your migrations and say good luck. Figure out around this thing due be fairly experiences. Really good if you right. Click Alicia which some people are reluctant to do but the experience is pretty good. Because I wrapping up inside of a Web Package Ocean to your server closets sequel server. We WanNa bring that that nice experience to other places like post gas at Arco And so we're doing some early thinking around that We're also going to start looking at client APPS. I don't know if you've heard of this crazy thing called Blazer. Oh yeah pretty cool. It's done at running on the client. Sorta similarly Amarin and we WANNA look at it sort of our patterns around how to make your work better their and then you could always use more dogs. Are you looking to to coordinate the the EV E af four five release with dot net five in this November? Yeah definitely yeah yeah. All our deliver sectors can attack together so we all should together. We've looked at auctions shipping center. But I I don't know there's no need I think shipping every year is also another thing we've recently there's little features dealing those are the big ones some of the little features like you mentioned. We added Lazy. Letting proxies we just had a community contribution for change tracking proxies which is great so you mentioned docs and docs being better Are there are there any specific resources that you might Point listeners to if they're looking to stanton spin up some if in their project and they want to find out how they can do that and Learn learn more about it yet. If you go to doc stop Microsoft DOT COM SLASH GS WE. These are the developer team rights of air accurate. Well until we change behaviors and things. But I'm trying to keep them out today. Traffic possible. This is a really good way to to dive into the more technical points of energy framework because it is written by the debts. We WanNa make sure you understand how it works behind the scenes to give you the best chance of success you have. There's also Paul Psych horses all kinds of great books okay And then to sort of wrap up going in a different direction. Would you just sort of give You know our listeners. Who are maybe Just getting started or they're trying to level up their career. What what kind of piece of advice would you tell them? Specifically Mendez by comes from primary or grammar books. It's done really care about your craft love level. You do and really learn the INS and outs of it. You know. Learn everything there is to learn about your editor about your the language or using about the testing framework. Nobody wants to learn about. The testing framework is boring. But as you do these things you'll find that your own will improve Dabble I love. Dabble in everything you know. Try using people You may not have a use case for. Just try it and see if you like game development try unity did. Suchard you know in in unity. Pretty Awesome An again like being being so immersed in data try different ideologies like tried apper try entity framework Zaman has a really cool technology sequel. Light Net another I. I went to call. It is not quite micro or More like a stent. Do or or something You don't have to. I think it has like a career. Language is not weighing or anything and then there's weird data access technology that Sir That might be mean but very different data access technology is like the line being when I mentioned or there's Simba Lot data by Mark Rendall it's David Fowler mid a blog post once about like this idea of dynamic wing provider and so it's really this sort of query driven data figuring data model based on the criteria. Right out. It's fun you know. It gives you an interesting ideas different. Tulsa work with and then of course you know. Keep up with the state of the art. Listen TO PODCASTS RE BLOG. I love this podcast. I listen to myself. Sons If if our listeners wanted to follow you or can reach out to you whatever Would there be what like social media. What will be the best way for them to do that? So my blog is bryce Lam. Da Nambiar IC- L. A. M. Annette on twitter. I'm rice lamb. B S by my main alias. Taking felt the BS was appropriate for on Get SLASH BRYCE lamb. I'm on stack. Overflow users are shocked to get an answer from a member of the team on Energie firmer question and then of course the docks I think are just an agree warning resource all right. Thanks price really appreciate you taking time to talk with us today. That was Bryce Lampson. Bryce is a senior software engineer on the entity framework team at Microsoft. In his spare time he enjoys giving back to the community through blogging and open source. If you like this episode please like rate and review on itunes fine show notes blog posted more at six figured dot com amateur to fall on twitter at six. This has been another episode of the six figure. Developer outcast helping others reach their potential. I'm John Calloway. I'm Clayton Hunt and I'm John..

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"john calloway" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"john calloway" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

"That it's is an investment. You have to invest in it a little bit. You don't have to put like your bottom line on the line to do it but you definitely have to put some effort into it and you may have to not squeeze your current team to the point where they have no time. So they're going to spend a little time on your new person doesn't have to be all their time. Especially if you do your interviews correctly. But they're going to spend some time. You just need to like make peace with that. Basically from there like having a process in place is incredibly Italy healthful this all kind of hearkens back to the seven ps so only say six of them but prior proper preparation prevents poor performance. You've got to set things up in advance. You can't just okay. Yeah let's let's junior developer. That's the right thing to do and then hire them and like okay. Welcome to the company Seeing three months hope you're productive and if not you're fired that's the wrong way to do it. You can't do that so first of all you got to fix your interviews yet a screen for this candidate. That's actually has an interest in technology that that you're actually using and has some kind of aptitude has also the right attitude so once you get that down you got to have some people that are good at interviewing so that you get these these candidates and then aside from that like you gotTa give your current team the opportunity to become mentors they need to have. Let's say I did a twitter poll about this. A couple months back but asked people Hay Fever Mentor somebody. How many hours of your week did you spend mentoring? And the Gross Majority said zero to five hours. See got at least give your guys or girls Zero or five hours a week to spend on mentoring so expect worst-case they're going to spend like an hour a day helping this new person and I'm sure that's a lot a lot more than most junior developers actually get when they get to their first job. I know myself personally. I was lucky to get the one senior guy's ear for like you an hour a day and I was usually things like catastrophically wrong. You can also help by encouraging stuff like pair programming. Have Your new person shadow a more experienced person or take your new people and put them all together and set them on a task so let them learn as a group and let the stronger people pull up. The weaker occur. People that's GonNa make you stronger people better as well as your weaker people let your your senior developers also have an opportunity at mentor ship so we often some kind of like downplay the soft skills even though we hearken back to all the time in linked in and twitter and stuff and I want somebody with soft skills we need soft skills in our company on and on and on but we never give anybody the chance to practice it so give them that chance and let them be mentors. Let them go into Code Review and bring somebody up and skill them up and actually coach them that's going to not only make them better developers because they're gonNA learn how to talk very technical concepts concept's to people that are not as technical but it's going to help them as leaders that gives them an opportunity to be better team leaders. People look at added as an expense but they need to look at it as an investment. That's GonNa give me pretty good returns for companies and it may be junior developers developers What resources might you directly to to either looking to make themselves more horrible or finding that job and landing at or on the company side trying to say okay? Let's prepare ourselves for hiring these junior over I think podcasts are collegiately undervalued things so listen to the six figure developer listening to Tech Junior. Listen to knuckleheads that actually care about this stuff. They probably have a pretty good idea about it being involved involved in the community outside of that so good to meet ups Go to conferences participate in those things who give talks. A lot of that stuff is We see it. We don't don't really think about it. We're like yeah. Yeah I would just want to go to the conferences. Because it's a it's a huge opportunity for networking as well as learning. So if you're new to the field you WANNA get a job participate in the community. And I don't mean passively I mean actively so you can't just like Joined all these slack groups and I got on twitter account. I went to Oh conference. That's not enough you've got to get on there and ask people questions be that annoying but pleasantly persistent person that has like hey. John helped me with this problem mirror. Hey Clayton I'm working on this react. Tap Arena to the snag. Here's my code base. I'm having a problem in this file. Tell me what I'm doing wrong. If you have a minute something like that you. You can't just jump on there and then kind of lurk. That's that's not going to help. You have to participate a little bit. And if you're a company like I would encourage you to encourage your people to do that stuff tough. Give them the opportunity to participate in the community. If there's a conference in your area and it happens on a weekday let your team tickets to go to a conference just doing thing that a lot of them will probably bothering ticket Or if you're super great by them ticket out it'd be nice encourage people to go and speak at conferences. I I actually where I work at real truck. I wrote a blog. Obviously we talked about One of our SEO guys came up to me and he's like hey. Do you have a blog and I was like. Yeah yeah why he's like. Somebody clicked on our website from China because they read your blog. I was like well I wrote in English man. I don't know what you're talking about but what had happened was I wrote it on T. O.. And that is translated in China to Chinese and somebody on there read my profile that I worked for real truck dot Com sir like okay. I won't check out the slips. Then they clicked on it. There's the opportunity you think developer truck parts doesn't really mix but actually drove traffic to our website just by being this community person that goes out there and writes writes articles and toxic conferences and stuff. So you actually do some good for your Seo and for your sales and stuff just by being a positive presence in the community humidity and you can see that. A lot of companies technology companies that. Go out there and do that. But you don't have to be a technology company if our listeners wanted to kind of listen to you more. We've mentioned your your podcast a blog. You're fantastic website which I jumped on earlier and was like how could you not hire this this guy for front and he actually knows how to design things and make them look nice but Yeah no we're we're we're we're listeners. Find you and all those places this is so you can find me online at the LEEWARD DOT com which I think is the website. You're talking about Yup everything that I do is linked on there. I can listen to our podcast tech junior at Dev or Devi You can find me on twitter at leeward junior and junior at tech podcast awesome. Do you have have any upcoming speaking engagements that you can kinda shut up. Yeah I'm going to be a a panelist at flashback conference which is here in Orlando on February Tenth Anthon Eleventh. It is organized by local developer advocate that we have Prime Rinaldi that works for stacked it so it's passion project of his. He decided up like all on his own. He's GonNa make a conference for the area because we get a lot and so he's he's made this conference. That is all about looking back on the history of Web Development and how that's GonNa Elites the future web development saw giving a panel on the eleventh or part of a panel where we talk about modern web development which should be fun so come out and see that all right thanks. LE- really appreciate you coming on the show. Hey thanks so much for having me really appreciate being here. That was Lee work. Lee is a front end developer with with experience in Javascript. Node react in view he's the project CODEX ORGANIZER AND CO host of Tech Junior. podcast if you'd like this episode please like rate in our view on I tunes fine showed blog post and more at six figurative dot com. And be sure to follow some twitter at six figure. This has been another episode risotto. The six-figure developer podcast helping others reach your potential. I'm John Calloway time played and I'm.

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"john calloway" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"john calloway" Discussed on The 6 Figure Developer Podcast

"So for folks who might be looking to get started in cosmos is there any resources that You might point them in the right direction. So this Microsoft Docs. I would say and get started with. Microsoft Docs and learn learn the basics so cosmos has different models. If you're starting on cosmos stocked with learning about the sequel API and sequel queries read up from Microsoft Docs also 'cause months DB Dot Guitar Dot Co.. That's that has some sample showed the supply side course and cosmos. I D be by Lenny Bellsa I would definitely Do that brutal psychosis And again this blogs does plenty of blogs and other places but you know these are the three major places. I'd get started one of the things we asked everyone Would when we come up bring them on if if they have any advice or would speak any words of wisdom to our listeners who are just getting started. What would you you say to them my advice regardless of whether you're getting started or you have twenty experience in the field as if you're already did not get involved in your community whether it's online or local preferably both I've had I've raped great rewards including my first job in my current job from being involved in the communities and the people I met there and the things I learned there so that would be my number one advice and number in my second and advice again? This is probably more geared towards people. Actually let's just make it for everyone as at some bind as you progress Dick at three a career. You'll feel some kind of burnout and this is going to happen so Take care of yourself so you know I guess always there so make sure you're taking care of yourself physically and mentally and doing things to not or knocked. Yeah great advice if if people WANNA to follow you or sort of find what you're doing or contact you what what We'll be the best ways for them to do that. There's a funny story. I had guests over for Thanksgiving and my nephew was slipping in office and he looked around and he saw this box that had my mvp award honored so when he googled my name it it came up with all sorts of information. About how Bentley. If you Google me can find me. That's a the other places twitter my handle as not very I use a friendly underscore s our discount. Hurry because apparently like everyone else with the same name as me taken up all the different combinations and and these jerks don't even tweet so that's kind of annoying definitely linked. I feel look. Look me up on. Lincoln can hopefully under I resent Maybe not hopefully under faster so yeah how `bout Upcoming speaking engagements We mentioned Orlando. Campus Are you going to be any other conferences or or easily or something so you said this is getting published. The first last week of January so I will probably be an could Mesh Ohio in the first week of January so If you are in code measure higher come say hi to to me. I won't bite I promise and I'm also hoping to speak at South Florida core camp which is at the end of Feb again if out direct highly recommend attending that event. It's by our friends in south Florida and Orlando Camper. Just at the end of March I will will also be the MVP summit the middle of March. Beyond that I don't Taverny conference acceptances currently so if you're listening to this podcast in Iran the conference USA all right thanks Santosh really appreciate you coming on the show. Thank you that was saint. Hari Santosh is a Microsoft. MVP and public speaker. He's an Azure consultant at new signature. Where he leverages? His broad azure skill set to add more value to companies looking to migrate to the cloud. If you'd like this episode please light right view on itunes fine show notes blog post and more at six figurative dot com and be sure to all on twitter at six figured figured out. This has been another episode of the six-figure developer. podcast helping others research potential. I am John Calloway. Time Platon Hunt and I'm John John asked.

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"john calloway" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"john calloway" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Simply says that what will continue to go on people will continue to die but you're not allowed to wage this a different kind of war thank you the people you can bomb them but you can't use a chemical agent or you can go all you want and we're not going to bomb you 'cause that's been going on in this conflict for years now so the question i mean you know what this magical i you know i'm i'm more dead if we would have chemical weapons except there is a there is a treaty against the use of chemical weapons anywhere right i mean chemical weapons are bolton anywhere any contract they are not context because you're lost on like a scale treaties were designed to prevent then i figured that's that's certainly with respect to the people that have nothing but sympathy for those families that this not a mass the death of people come to weaponry relatively small number of persons were affected well and i wanted a lot of people are waiting to get on steve if i just my i wanted to say something about what's going on in terms of harassment your and so forth i i was a guest on tv i've been a guest on chicago tonight and john calloway was alive and other shows and that sort of thing happened to me as well i mean there are people out there know your opinions they hate they take things personally on the inside out on a vendetta in where you can find out things about people live couldn't years ago you know when you're on the air not have an unlisted number for your friends and family it really would take an effort for someone to find out how to contract k steve steve vets not the issue though.

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"john calloway" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"john calloway" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Core to looking forward to later releases the summer than the promise improved performance and a quicker build times so right now we're just using the the built in dependency injection the ships with dot net core guys hold that thought for just among while we pause for this very important message we've all come to expect that distributed databases can't be both globally consistent and scalable but what if you didn't have to make trade offs what if you could have a fully managed database service that's consistent scales horizontally across data centers and speak sequel introducing cloud spanner a mission critical relational database service from google cloud platform built from the ground up and battletested it google for strong consistency and high availability at a global scale learn more about cloud spanner online at g dot co slash get spanner that's g dot co slash get spanner and we're back it's dot net rocks carl franklin richard campbell we're talking to john calloway in clayton hunt about practical test driven development in it's good that we're sort of starting at the beginning with this in in moving forward but yeah i'm gonna let you finish your thought there about existing code yes so if if you're if you find yourself in working in napa location that wasn't designed programming interfaces than maybe introduce interface wire up some dependency injection whether that's with a framework or just using poor man's dependency injection and then you can start by riding a particular test method or collection of test methods and start to build up your test week from there and dot net core give you some advantages here they have introduced some additional interfaces around some of the core framework options.

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"john calloway" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"john calloway" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"To me the main benefit of test driven development is the increase to these release schedule predictability when costa's asked a question when are we ready for release we can say once these last x number of tesco green were good so you kinda counter so it's a trade off of a longer time for initial feedback versus having a more known quantity of complete an incomplete work further down the development interruptions not all customers want to do this but the ones that learn it really like it yeah that cool yeah that's a really interesting thought from somebody clearly who's done the work it's like if i think it's one of those sustainability things if you're getting past the beyond the set initial greenfield prototype the sustainability a software so much more part in that td comes into play yeah so john thank you so much for your comment dot net rocks is on its way to you if you'd like dot net rock mug comment on the website at don iraq's dot com or via never social media 'cause we publish every show to facebook and google plus and if you come in there and we read it on the show will send you a mug and definitely follow us on twitter he's at rich campbell i'm at carl franklin senator tweet we don't sleep until all the lights are green all right let's introduce our guest today john calloway microsoft mvp has been professional developers since nineteen ninety nine he's focused primarily on web technologies and his experience with everything from php to see sharp to react j to signal are clean code and professionalism are particularly important to him as well as mentoring and teaching others what he's learned along the way our second guest is clayton hunt he's been programming professionally since two thousand five doing mostly web development with an emphasis on java script nc sharp he is focused software craftsmanship and is a signatory of both the agile manifesto in the software craftsmanship manifesto clayton believes that through short interruptions and the careful gathering requirements that we can deliver the highest quality and the most value in the shortest time he enjoys learning and encouraging others to continuously improve themselves.

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"john calloway" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"john calloway" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"Core to looking forward to later releases the summer than the promise improved performance and a quicker build times so right now we're just using the the built in dependency injection the ships with dot net core guys hold that thought for just among while we pause for this very important message we've all come to expect that distributed databases can't be both globally consistent and scalable but what if you didn't have to make trade offs what if you could have a fully managed database service that's consistent scales horizontally across data centers and speak sequel introducing cloud spanner a mission critical relational database service from google cloud platform built from the ground up and battletested it google for strong consistency and high availability at a global scale learn more about cloud spanner online at g dot co slash get spanner that's g dot co slash get spanner and we're back it's dot net rocks carl franklin richard campbell we're talking to john calloway in clayton hunt about practical test driven development in it's good that we're sort of starting at the beginning with this in in moving forward but yeah i'm gonna let you finish your thought there about existing code yes so if if you're if you find yourself in working in napa location that wasn't designed programming interfaces than maybe introduce interface wire up some dependency injection whether that's with a framework or just using poor man's dependency injection and then you can start by riding a particular test method or collection of test methods and start to build up your test week from there and dot net core give you some advantages here they have introduced some additional interfaces around some of the core framework options.

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"john calloway" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

.NET Rocks!

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"john calloway" Discussed on .NET Rocks!

"To me the main benefit of test driven development is the increase to these release schedule predictability when costa's asked a question when are we ready for release we can say once these last x number of tesco green were good so you kinda counter so it's a trade off of a longer time for initial feedback versus having a more known quantity of complete an incomplete work further down the development interruptions not all customers want to do this but the ones that learn it really like it yeah that cool yeah that's a really interesting thought from somebody clearly who's done the work it's like if i think it's one of those sustainability things if you're getting past the beyond the set initial greenfield prototype the sustainability a software so much more part in that td comes into play yeah so john thank you so much for your comment dot net rocks is on its way to you if you'd like dot net rock mug comment on the website at don iraq's dot com or via never social media 'cause we publish every show to facebook and google plus and if you come in there and we read it on the show will send you a mug and definitely follow us on twitter he's at rich campbell i'm at carl franklin senator tweet we don't sleep until all the lights are green all right let's introduce our guest today john calloway microsoft mvp has been professional developers since nineteen ninety nine he's focused primarily on web technologies and his experience with everything from php to see sharp to react j to signal are clean code and professionalism are particularly important to him as well as mentoring and teaching others what he's learned along the way our second guest is clayton hunt he's been programming professionally since two thousand five doing mostly web development with an emphasis on java script nc sharp he is focused software craftsmanship and is a signatory of both the agile manifesto in the software craftsmanship manifesto clayton believes that through short interruptions and the careful gathering requirements that we can deliver the highest quality and the most value in the shortest time he enjoys learning and encouraging others to continuously improve themselves.

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"john calloway" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"john calloway" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The mother of candice bergen who donated their charlie mccarthy and mortimer snared ethic linked it to the museum she made intrical called the wasserman who was the most popular was the powerful person in hollywood and he'll put all kinds of doors and so the the story of those 35 years i mean there's just when it looked like things were going to be very bleak there was always something that came along way but again in a betty white uh uh in a larry king owen fortunately is going through some rough yobs now has been a tremendous friend over the years and so uh the the feudal you gotta here's here's a question that i don't i don't even think you know because i don't think i bring it up very often heard it all made the first major donation ups of a celebrity nature the first one that made a donation ten thousand dollars mike wallace oh he had no idea you know what he was i see him a lot of pictures in those early days of celebrations in the opening had river city and all that other right stuff because you've been a river city you've been at the cultural center and of course run run state street that great street one at one of the very first the celebrities i was out with john calloway we were doing an interview the palmer house for chicago forever interview that show that show the job was doing and that's when i first met mike and he told me he asked me what i was doing i told you about the ideas of that sounds great and he came back for opening up the cultural center and uh uh we did a salute him in the nineteen in the 1990s ninety sowa throughout the first pitch of wrigley field i mean there are a lot of really great memories i have with uh with uh with mike wallison with many of the people that i just referenced you know we've done everything from classic shows in those those events that we've had we know for to celebrate bob hopes one hundredth or some of the classic people that have been here throughout chicago puppets pies and prizes one of the biggest ones smash speak smash but.

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