An informal podcast where an experienced software developer interviews other developers about their projects, tools and more. I dig deep into how they've built their project to answer questions other developers might not even know they have.
In this episode of the Design Doc, your host Brad Cypert sits down with Ethan Miller to talk about landing his first real dev job. We cover how Ethan got into development, what his code boot camp experience was like, and more. If you've ever wondered if a code boot camp is right for you, this is the episode for you.
In this episode, guest Shane Burkhart talks with host Brad Cypert about how he learns new technology and keeps up with the changes in the software landscape. We also talk a bit about react, the JVM, Hacker News, Dev.to, and much more. Tune in to find out.
As always, you can find Design Doc anywhere podcasts are heard. You can find more of Shane on Twitter, Github, or his website. As for your host, you can find him the same ways: Twitter, Github, personal website.
In our second episode of the Design Doc Podcast, host Brad Cypert sits down with game developer Barry Rowe to talk about his experience as an indie game developer. We talk about unity, game development, and several other fun pieces of technology. As always, you can follow your host on Twitter or at bradcypert.com. You can follow Barry Rowe and Roaring Cat Games on Twitter as well.
That RPG Game in React (Danger Crew)
Roaring Cat Games
Louisville Makes Games
In our first real episode of the Design Doc Podcast, host Brad Cypert sits down with software engineer Matt Balmer to talk about one of Matt's personal projects - Dungeon Pad. Matt dives into the project from a high level, his choices regarding which technology to use and talks about some of the issues that he ran into while building Dungeon Pad.
In this short episode, Brad Cypert talks about launching the design doc podcast. We'll cover why the podcast was launched, what you can expect from it going forward and how often we're hoping to publish a show.