Joshua initially started his career as a software developer, but over time became more interested in the people aspect of software development. In this episode, Joshua shared his views on how we can improve the people’s aspect of the software development by treating the people more humanely.
By Henry Suryawirawan
Great technical leadership requires more than just great coding skills. It requires a variety of other skills that are not well-defined, and they are not something that we can fully learn in any school or book. Hear from experienced technical leaders sharing their journey and philosophy for building great technical teams and achieving technical excellence. Find out what makes them great and how to apply those lessons to your work and team.
Trisha Gee is a Java Champion, author, and leader of the Java Developer Advocacy team at JetBrains. In this episode, I had a chat with Trisha about the current state of Java. She also shared some code review best practices and explained why reading code is harder than writing it.
Patrick Kua is a seasoned technology leader and is passionate about accelerating the growth and success of tech organizations and technical leaders. In this episode, I had an amazing learning conversation with Pat about the Tech Lead role and discussed deep with him on what it takes to become a great technical leader.
Sau Sheong is the CEO of SP Digital, a leading energy utilities group in Asia Pacific. In this episode, Sau Sheong shared with me about the digital transformation journey that he embarked in SP Digital, which led him to winning the “Executive of the Year for Utilities” award in 2019.
Sriram Narayanan is a Principal Consultant at ThoughtWorks Singapore, helping customers on their journey to Continuous Delivery. In this episode, we discussed in depth about what Continuous Delivery is. Ram also gave his valuable tips on how to become a successful consultant and how to manage client stakeholders well.
Stephanie Wong is a Developer Advocate at Google Cloud. In this episode, learn from Stephanie's great tips on becoming a tech influencer, public speaking, storytelling, building a personal brand, and CV writing. She also gave her view on how to empower women to thrive in technology and dealing with imposter syndrome.
Kief is the author of the O'Reilly Infrastructure as Code book. Hear from Kief Morris on what is Infrastructure as Code and why we should implement this important concept for managing our infrastructure, especially in the cloud era.
"With the kind of security breaches and attacks that we are witnessing in this era, it becomes of prior importance that we prioritize security at the top." Hear from Neha Malhotra, Top 20 Women in Cybersecurity in Singapore 2020, on the importance of cybersecurity and how women can thrive further in cybersecurity and technology.
"Most of the Agile misconceptions are from the lack of understanding." Listen from Stanly Lau on how we can bring back Agile to what it was originally intended for, and how he is experimenting to challenge the status quo.
Hear from Singapore's prominent community builder, Michael Cheng, on how to contribute to communities, and learn more about his latest passion for mentoring junior developers.