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Greater Than Code

By Greater Than Code

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Description

A podcast about humans and technology. Panelists: Coraline Ada Ehmke, David Brady, Jessica Kerr, Jay Bobo, Astrid Countee and Sam Livingston-Gray. Brought to you by @therubyrep.

Customer Reviews

My new favorite podcast!

Such an enjoyable listen! Thoughtful, down to earth, engaging, very human take on... I mean I write code for a living, it's hard to imagine wanting to come home from a long day and listen to a long thing about more of the same. Would not have guessed. But this is about more than just that. Panelists and guests are so delightful!

Excellent conversations with developers

For a code newbie or a seasoned developer, this podcast should be required listening for everyone. Every episode really makes me think about the code I write, the people I work with, and how I can be a better person.

I really appreciate the sound quality and editing too, Mandy does a super job making everyone understood and the topics move along. Most podcasts I listen to at 1.5x speed to skip awkward silences or repeated comments. I love listening to this at 1x. It's like listening to a well written book, except that its a panel of super intellegent (or funny, in David's case) developers!

I love this podcast

>code is one of my favorite podcasts right now. Some of my favorite people on the Internet are panelists. I love that they talk to a wide variety of people and their focus is often on the human side of software development, not just the latest shiny tech or framework. We are people first and the people in this podcast, panelists and guests, all help me think about what matters.

Shout out to Mandy, the podcast editor, for the great job she does in putting it together.

(Full disclosure, I've been invited to be a guest in a future episode, which I am excited about because of the great dicussions they have had on the podcast thus far).

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