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Luculent Lollygag

Luculent Lollygag

By Daniel Uhl
Frontend software engineering and news
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Prospective Retrospection in Sprint Planning
I'm joined with Raphael Rafatpanah, Richard Laskey, and Connor MacDonald to discuss the planning and retro optimizations of modern software development lifecycles.
April 22, 2022
Imposter Syndrome for Promotes
Dan Uhl, Raphael Rafatpanah, and Richard Laskey talk about hesitations with promotions in engineering and the separation between politics and mastery.
March 25, 2022
The Illusion of Talent
Me (Dan Uhl), Raph Rafatpanah, and Connor Macdonald talk about those pesky expert engineers who give us imposter syndrome and how an engineer new to the industry can effectively get a foothold in their career.
March 18, 2022
Domain Driven Organizations
Me (Dan Uhl), Raphael Rafatpanah, and special guest Richard Laskey talk through domain driven practices and their implications on both organizational and architecture patterns in a large software organization. We consider Conway's law, the importance of naming and shared language, and how to define your bounded context and domains. References - Learning Domain Driven Design: - A Pattern Language:
March 11, 2022
The Devil's in the Details
We talk about leveling up in software careers and if digging into the details and complexity has a big payoff or is just a way to make others feel less than you.
March 04, 2022
Netflix, Toaster, and Masters of Craft
This week we have special guest and frontend eng extraordinaire Sam Morrison to talk about how we build software and how we should be building software. We talk about masters and hiring, different types of companies, and how we should be progressing towards that mastery.
February 22, 2022
Corporate Responsibility for Personal Mastery
Solo episode where Dan talks about the responsibilities of a corporation to provide opportunities for personal mastery and craft to engineers.
February 22, 2022
Golang, Haskell, and the future of programming
I (Daniel Uhl) chat with friends Raphael Rafatpanah and Richard Laskey about programming languages, where we are today, and where we might be in the future!
February 11, 2022
VIM and Conway's Law
In this episode we talk about VIM and Conway's Law, but mostly VIM
February 04, 2022