Developer Tea exists to help driven developers connect to their ultimate purpose and excel at their work so that they can positively impact the people they influence. With over 7 million downloads to date, Developer Tea is a short podcast hosted by Jonathan Cutrell (@jcutrell), CTO at Whiteboard. We hope you'll take the topics from this podcast and continue the conversation, either online or in person with your peers. Twitter: @developertea :: Email: email@example.com
This week we're talking about practical things and today we're talking about 3 psychological realities that can help you connect better with your coworkers.
This week we're going to get very practical. Today we're talking about identifying code smells (very common ones) and a few ways to fix them.
What do great learners have in common? In today's episode we're talking about are the common factors of successful people and what we can learn from their experiences.
Do you know what makes you happy? In today's episode we're talking about what it means to be happy and how to connect to our happiness when it changes from moment to moment
What does it mean to write good code? In today's episode we're answering this question with the use of a heuristic.
Biases are going to change the way you view statistics. In today's episode we're talking about different ways you can work around your biases.
Today we're talking about ways that we exacerbate ways of seeing things clearly. More specifically we're determining how to uncover truth as it relates to our surroundings, or inspection.
We've established that statistics are useful and more relevant in our day-to-day work life, but how do statistics effect our personal selves? In Today's episode we're talking about what statistics mean for our personal selves.
What makes discussions about statistics sound cold? In today's episode we're breaking down the etymology of statistics, how it's evolved over the years and how we can make better decisions based on real statistics.
How is it that we know the right things to do but often don't do them? In today's episode we'll be discussing internal operations that are so clearly correct but sometimes we fail to do it.