Bertram Lansiquot joins the podcast this week, explaining how a recruiter can help you tune up your resume and find that perfect opportunity. Expect to see more of Bertram on the show - we have a great conversation and dispell some of the myths of recruiters in IT and Software Engineering.
Audio Podcast Links: https://buildingyoupodcast.com/ep8/
You can reach Bertram at firstname.lastname@example.org
Renown Tube is at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHQIyboBP8ZiglTpxK8tj8Q
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Ross Hughes, a managing partner of Trail Ridge Consulting ( http://www.trailridge.team ) gives us a small view into the world of Agile, Scrum, and their special blend of training which targets organizational leaders as a key driver of change. Ross shares some great insights into teams, team development, learning styles, and how to survive in a scrum environment in 2020 and beyond.
Upcoming Events: https://trailridge.team/engage-with-us/events/
Todd Ward has built entire network operations centers, though I believe his most impressive achievement is his personal journey and growth over the years. Todd completely changed the culture in our IT department through a tireless desire to do the right thing, assist his colleagues with their needs, and applying Dev Ops principles.
We speak a little about The Unicorn Project, a book by Gene Kim about Dev Ops: https://amzn.to/37PEeqB
If you'd like to join us in reading the book, pick it up and check back in about 8 weeks for our show on this great book.
If you have a comment, thought, or suggestion - feel free to submit it via the link at https://anchor.fm/buildingyou
Jean Seely joins us this week to discuss data privacy, being a woman in technology and shares a couple of skills she says helped her get ahead in her career. We wrap our conversation up with the lightning round, a new segment for our guests. Do you have questions about data privacy, GDPR, or being a woman in technology - feel free to ask by clicking the "Message" option on https://Anchor.fm/BuildingYou
Thanks Jean for joining us.
You can reach her on LinkedIn or Jean@JeanSeely.com.
The book Jean mentioned, "Privacy Blueprint" is available at Amazon.
In this week's episode, I speak about the steps necessary to create highly effective teams. There are three major sections - my #1 trait that successful teams all share, the simple analogy that you can measure team structure effectiveness against, and the 55-year-old model that explains how teams develop in stages.
George Ortiz is a dynamic software engineer who has successfully made the switch to Product Manager now at Facebook. George takes us through the challenges he faced on the way to improving his career and lessons he's learned in software engineering. I won't spoil the show, but he literally FELL into software development as a career when he had different plans originally.
To connect with George - visit http://grgortiz.me or find him on Twitter at @grgortiz
Eric Gilchrist takes us through his background of learning front-end engineering and what it's been like to interview at Microsoft, Amazon, and other companies. He's an up-and-coming software engineer with a contract ending in early Feb 2020, so if you want to nab him feel free to reach out at the contact details below. Let him know you heard his podcast episode please!
Eric mentioned the YouTube channel "Fun Fun Functions" available at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCO1cgjhGzsSYb1rsB4bFe4Q
Also, randomly, here is the article on the AIM 65 computer: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AIM-65
Episode 1 of Building You Podcast with Guest Paul Grizzaffi
Paul is a thought leader and Principal Automation Architect with Magenic. Paul drops serious gold here about QA Automation and is a must listen to expert on setting up your automation program and picking your tools.
Paul's automation blog is at: https://responsibleautomation.wordpress.com/
I'm setting the table for what the Building You Podcast (BYP) is all about.
It's not another software engineering podcast, it's a podcast for software engineers. It's everything that you need to know about being successful in your software engineering journey without getting bogged down in the details of how to code. It aimed at every level of the software engineering organizational chart - from new grads, career changers, to up and coming engineers, to managers and leaders in organizations that want to grow beyond the status quo.
In just a few short weeks I've interviewed several influential minds in software. These are people that I respect greatly for their unique perspectives and thought leadership in their field. I plan to release an episode every Sunday to help get you off on the right foot for your week to come. Thank you for your interest in making this podcast great.
If you have a question, thought, or would like to be a guest on the show - visit https://buildingyoupodcast.com to connect with me.
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