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Reboot features interviews with people who have made big career transitions. Hosted by scientist-turned-management-consultant-turned-developer Adarsh Pandit. For sponsorship opportunities, inquire at thoughtbot.com/sponsorship
||Clean4: Jim (Engineer > Baseball > Poker)||Adarsh talks to Jim Perry, a professional poker player who trained as a civil engineer and baseball pitcher, now looking at his next career adventure.||3/12/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean3: Jessie (Camp Counselor>Bootcamp Grad>Ruby Developer)||Adarsh talks Jessie Young, who started her professional life as a political volunteer, worked in marketing, and became a developer after attending a technical bootcamp.||2/23/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean2: Brenda (Waiter>Bartender>Lost Soul)||Adarsh talks with thoughtbot designer Brenda Storer. Brenda started out as a psychology major and waitress in California, moved to New York City right after 9/11, and finally threw away her waitressing shoes to work as web designer.||1/16/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean0: Adarsh (Scientist > Management Consultant > Developer)||In Episode 0 of Season 1 of Reboot, Chad talks to Adarsh Pandit, thoughtbot SF Managing Director & host of the Reboot podcast, about his personal journey which inspired this, our newest show. This episode originally aired as #125 on the Giant Robots Po||12/18/2014||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean1: Gordon (Bartender > Film Editor > iOS Developer)||In episode 1 of the first season of Reboot, Adarsh talks with Gordon Fontenot, an iOS developer at thoughtbot, about his career path, moving from college dropout, to bartender, to film editor and finally iOS developer.||11/17/2014||Free||View in iTunes|
Great inspiration for anyone looking to make a career change or anyone just getting started in their career.
Really enjoyed it, keep it up!
I like the theme of this show. The first episode was a fantastic story that I found really inspiring. I think other folks looking for a career change would find this interesting as well. 10/10 would subscribe.