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Developer Tea

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Description

Developer Tea is a podcast for web and software developers hosted by a developer that you can listen to in less than 10 minutes. The show will cover a wide variety of topics related to the career of being a developer. We hope you'll take the topics from this podcast and continue the conversation, either online or in person with your peers. The show is hosted by Jonathan Cutrell, Director of Technology at Whiteboard and the author of Hacking the Impossible, a developer's guide to working with visionaries. :: Twitter: @developertea @jcutrell :: Email: developertea@gmail.com

Customer Reviews

Fantastic New Show

I'm just starting to learn to program, and I think this show will be an invaluable tool to help me along my way. While maybe not strictly for the beginner, I'm learning what to think about on my journey to become a professional programmer. Each episode is clear and concise, extremely relevant and respects your time with its short episode length. Thank you for this show, it's fantastic.

Sometimes interesting interviews.

Some of the interviews performed by Jonathan are extremely interesting. He is a fair interviewer and gives his interviewee every chance to express themselves, which is excellent when the interviewee is an interesting character.

I also appreciate his splitting podcasts into manageable chunks, time-wise.

Unfortunately, when an episode is not an interview, I do get the impression that Jonathan is talking just to hear the sound of his own voice. He speaks in platitudes and you just get the impression that you’ve heard everything he is saying before. I definitely think that the signal to noise ratio with this podcast is relatively low.

As a non-developer, Developer Tea is my go to resource.

I’m not a developer, but I work with them everyday. Developer Tea is my go to resource for understanding how developer’s think and work. Jonathan is trustworthy and to the point on this podcast. 10 minutes well worth giving a listening ear.