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Welcome to The Creating Zeal Podcast where we we take our work, our guests and conversations seriously... but we don't take ourselves too seriously. Join us each week as our hosts share with you unique experiences that will hopefully inspire and challenge you to make something stellar.
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In this episode, Zeal Founder Adam Cuppy is interviewed by Eric Weiss. Adam talks about coming from Theater Performance to building a tech software development company. Adam and Zeal take a holistic approach to their work and how they separate Zeal and their passions, only to bring them back together to make Zeal an even better company.Featured Links:Find Adam on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/AdamCuppyZeal: https://www.codingzeal.com/Other Opportunities to Connect:Weekly streams at Zeal's Twitch StreamWeekly front-end tips at Amy's Selfteach.me Youtube ChannelReach out at Our Website
Host Adam Cuppy sits down with Nick Cloward from Anonyome Labs and they chat about all things data ownership and privacy. What data are you putting out there as a user and what data are you holding on to as a tech company?Featured LinksFind Nick on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/nclowardFind Anonyome Labs on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/AnonyomeLabsOnline at: https://anonyome.com/ and https://mysudo.com/Other Opportunities to Connect:Weekly streams at Zeal's Twitch StreamWeekly front-end tips at Amy's Selfteach.me Youtube ChannelReach out at Our Website
If you’re someone that suffers from Imposter Syndrome, tune into this episode. Host Adam Cuppy chats with Jen Luker about dealing with Imposter Syndrome and using it to incite change.Featured Links:Find Jen on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/knitcodemonkeyCheck out Jen online at: https://www.jenluker.com/#/Other Opportunities to Connect:Weekly streams at Zeal's Twitch StreamWeekly front-end tips at Amy's Selfteach.me Youtube ChannelReach out at Our Website
In this episode, host Adam Cuppy chats with Jake Witcher. They chat about building a career in app development and how important it is to keep learning and adding valuable skill sets to your arsenal.Featured Links:Reach out to Jake on Twitter: https://twitter.com/codefornerdsOther opportunities to connect:Weekly streams at Zeal's Twitch StreamWeekly front-end tips at Amy's Selfteach.me Youtube ChannelReach out at Our Website
What can’t you say about Jim Teece? In this episode, Trever Yarrish chats with one of his heroes about starting not just one successful software company (Project A,) but multiple companies in the tech space.Featured Links:https://jimteece.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jimteeceOther opportunities to connect:Weekly streams at Zeal's Twitch StreamWeekly front-end tips at Amy's Selfteach.me Youtube ChannelReach out at Our Website
In this episode, host Adam Cuppy chats with Tipe CEO Scott Moss. They discuss building the right team, surrounding yourself with the right people and what makes a great problem solver.Featured Links:Find Scott on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/scotupsFind Tipe at: https://tipe.io/Other opportunities to connect:Weekly streams at Zeal's Twitch StreamWeekly front-end tips at Amy's Selfteach.me Youtube ChannelReach out at Our Website
In this episode, Colin Dean and Sarah Withee from Code and Supply sit down with host Adam Cuppy to talk about hosting the Abstractions Conference, and what they hope guests get from the experience.Tune in and get inspired by the celebration of software and those who make it, through the connection of in-person meetups, that remind us of the joy of being in tech.Featured Links:Scholarship fund: https://codeandsupply.fund/On Twitter: https://twitter.com/codeandsupply and https://twitter.com/abstractionsconColin Dean & Sarah WitheeCode and Supply - hosts of abstractionshttps://codeandsupply.co/https://abstractions.io/Other opportunities to connect:Weekly streams at Zeal's Twitch StreamWeekly front-end tips at Amy's Selfteach.me Youtube ChannelReach out at Our Website
In this episode, host Adam Cuppy talks with Nitya Narasimhan about the importance of self care and what it means to build an ecosystem around you to create support and prevent burnout.As a Microsoft Senior Program Manager, Nitya discusses the affect remote work can have on our health and why it's important to be strategic about incorporating self-care into our lives so that we can be more effective in helping others.Featured Links:Find Nitya on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/nityaFind her online at: https://nitya.dev/Other opportunities to connect:Weekly streams at Zeal's Twitch StreamWeekly front-end tips at Amy's Selfteach.me Youtube ChannelReach out at Our Website
Symba co-founders Ahva and Nikita join Adam to talk about the state of internships and what they are doing to keep the internship dream alive, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic.Featured Links:symba.iosaveinternships.orgOther opportunities to connect:Weekly streams at Zeal's Twitch StreamWeekly front-end tips at Amy's Selfteach.me Youtube ChannelReach out at Our Website
This episode contains adult content that may not be appropriate for younger listeners. Discretion is advised.In this episode, host Adam Cuppy chats with the President of Women of Sex Tech, Alison Falk. Tune in for an insightful discussion about sex education in the tech space, and the greater impact it has on society.Coming from a rural upbringing and an education in coding, Alison shares her story of growing into a voice for inclusion, acceptance, and diversity in the tech industry.Featured Links:Twitter: @alisonfalkpghInstagram: @falkyouhttps://womenofsextech.com/https://badassarmy.org/https://www.decrimnow.org/Other opportunities to connect:Weekly streams at Zeal's Twitch StreamWeekly front-end tips at Amy's Selfteach.me Youtube ChannelReach out at Our Website
In the latest episode of the Creating Zeal Podcast, Adam Cuppy chats with Sparkbox co-founder Rob Harr about his workshop "Awesome Discovery Projects," and why at the end of the day, projects are really people experiences.Listen in as Rob goes through the process of discovery, from setting expectations and problem-solving, to goal setting and project timelines, and discover how tech really takes a back seat to people.Featured Links:Find Rob on Twitter at: @robertHarrCheck out Sparkbox at: https://seesparkbox.com/Other opportunities to connect:Weekly streams at Zeal's Twitch StreamWeekly front-end tips at Amy's Selfteach.me Youtube ChannelReach out at Our Website
What makes a good engineering manager? Join us for the latest Creating Zeal podcast episode where Host Adam Cuppy discusses becoming comfortable with discomfort and the noble pursuit of being a leader with Tramale Turner, Engineering Manager at Stripe in Seattle.With a background in marketing at Volkswagen and Nissan that transitioned into software engineering at Nintendo, Tramale moved into a management role that eventually led him to realize that being the really smart person doesn’t necessarily mean being a good leader.Featured Links:Twitter: @shidoshiLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tramale-turner-31b24a/Other opportunities to connect:Weekly streams at Zeal's Twitch StreamWeekly front-end tips at Amy's Selfteach.me Youtube ChannelReach out at Our Website
In this episode, host Adam Cuppy explores overcoming social anxiety with web developer and programmer Liz Crane.Liz opens up about her social anxiety and how a personal tragedy pushed her to develop courageous habits that eventually led her to start a meetup group in L.A., Learn Teach Code, which encourages people to create value for others regardless of their level of expertise.Featured Links & Mentions:Learn Teach CodeLiz Crane on TwitterYouTubeFuzzelsKelsey HightowerOther opportunities to connect:Weekly streams at Zeal's Twitch StreamWeekly front-end tips at Amy's Selfteach.me Youtube ChannelReach out at Our Website
In our latest episode, Adam has a conversation with Karen Sandler, an engineer-turned-attorney who now serves as the Executive Director with the Software Freedom Conservancy. Listen in as Karen tells the story of how a heart condition led to her mission for software freedom. Passionate about ethics in tech, Karen works to avoid using closed proprietary software where possible. Learn how this impacts the devices we use, such as heart defibrillators, and their security.Featured Links:Software Freedom Conservancy website: https://sfconservancy.org/Karen's Podcast "Free as in Freedom": http://faif.us/Karen on Twitter: https://twitter.com/o0karen0oOther opportunities to connect:Weekly streams at Zeal's Twitch StreamWeekly front-end tips at Amy's Selfteach.me Youtube ChannelReach out at Our Website
In this episode, host Adam Cuppy has a great conversation with code blogger Ali Spittel. Ali discusses how developers often find themselves in a teaching role— whether that be mentoring a colleague, writing blog posts, speaking at meetups, or even teaching more formally at a college or bootcamp. If you are wondering how you can teach code more effectively, tune in to this conversation!Featured Links:Those Who Can Do Should Also Teach (same talk, different conference): https://youtu.be/O5NGIQ2QdpkAli's Website: https://www.alispit.tel/We Learn Code (Ali's Blog): https://welearncode.com/Other opportunities to connect:Weekly streams at Zeal's Twitch StreamWeekly front-end tips at Amy's Selfteach.me Youtube ChannelReach out at Our Website
In this episode, Adam has the pleasure of interviewing Anna Rankin, a Senior Software Engineer at General Assembly. Anna talks about her path into the industry, from graphic design to attending General Assembly as a code school student, where she became an instructor and eventually "snuck" onto the dev team.Featured Links:Anna Rankin at General Assembly: https://generalassemb.ly/instructors/anna-rankin/5799Other opportunities to connect:Weekly streams at Zeal's Twitch StreamWeekly front-end tips at Amy's Selfteach.me Youtube ChannelReach out at Our Website
In this episode, host Adam Cuppy has a great conversation with Jon Yablonski. Jon is a designer, speaker, writer, and digital creator based in Detroit, currently working on the next generation of in-vehicle interactive experiences as a senior product designer at General Motors. Learn how Jon crafted his personal brand in order to get a job and escalate his career... and why Humane Design Patterns are important in creating products.Featured Links:Jon Yablonski’s personal website: https://jonyablonski.comJon’s talk from Abstractions on Humane Design Patterns: https://youtu.be/paers6VQVE4Humane By Design: https://humanebydesign.com/Other opportunities to connect:Weekly streams at Zeal's Twitch StreamWeekly front-end tips at Amy's Selfteach.me Youtube ChannelReach out at Our Website
In this episode, Adam and Trever interview Chris Coyier. Chris is the founder of CSS-Tricks.com, and co-founder of Codepen.io, and the podcast Shoptalk. In our conversation find out why Chris doesn't like doing side-projects and hear his take on where he thinks web development is heading.Featured Links:Chris' recap of his talk Ooooops I guess we’re full-stack developers nowCSS-Tricks.comCodepen.ioChris' podcast - ShoptalkOther opportunities to connect:Weekly streams at Zeal's Twitch StreamWeekly front-end tips at Amy's Selfteach.me Youtube ChannelReach out at Our Website
Kevin and Chris join forces to promote Zeal's new code deletion service and Kevin's promotion to Chief Deletion Officer (CDO). Read more about this new service: https://codingzeal.com/code-deletion-serviceOr watch on YouTube.com: https://youtu.be/d7-rQSSLJ-UHappy beginning of April!
Trever and Marcus dive into the purpose and use of having playbooks for teams. They discuss how playbooks benefit not only large teams but also can be impactful for individual contractors.Featured Links:Zeal Project Foundations Playbook: https://codingzeal.lpages.co/zeal-project-foundations-playbook/
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