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Parent Driven Development

By Parent Driven Development

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Description

Turns out children arrive with no manual. There's no coherent online tutorial. Between staying up to date with emerging technologies and balancing work and home life in an industry that often requires un-timeable bug fixes, on call schedules, and more, working parents are balancing a lot. Parents are also exploring additional technical issues like "screen time" or internet privacy, coming at these issues from a different perspective as technologists ourselves. We cover all of these topics and more using a panel of parents coming from diverse perspectives and a variety of technological backgrounds. We'll shine light onto these issues and provide a valuable food for thought for these folks. Want to ask a question that the panelists can discuss in an episode? Email us at panel@parentdrivendevelopment.com. And if you're loving the podcast and want to support us, please visit our Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/parentdrivendev)!

Customer Reviews

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Great panel discussion about being a software professional while juggling the raising of kids.

No kids, still great.

I don’t have kids, but I’m IN. TO. THIS. Great information about overcoming social pressures and navigating difficult situations in the context of kids, but you know, adults can be a little childish sometimes too. :)

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