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Author: Joshua Graham

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Joshua Graham and Kellen Piffner, discuss how to get apps done. Topics ranging from business to technical decisions to help you transition from an idea to a successful app and beyond.
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Blinfolded Development

Blinfolded Development

2019-06-0600:10:43

Joshua talks about accessibility and the misadventures of attempting to test the gettingappsdone.com website for accessibility.Be sure to check out our new Slack community (https://gettingappsdone.com/slack) to meet others who are facing the same things you are and have a chat about accessibility!Also, be sure to check out The A11y Project (https://a11yproject.com/) as a starting point to learning more about accessibility!
Am I Smart Enough?

Am I Smart Enough?

2019-05-3000:20:49

Joshua and Kel take on the question "Am I Smart Enough?" Software developers, particularly new ones, are flooded with expectations, requirements, misconceptions and self doubt. In such a wide reaching and oft changing profession, it's easy to be overwhelmed and question whether or not you've got what it takes to become a software developer. Spoiler alert: You do!Be sure to check out our new Slack community to meet others who are facing the same things you are and understand the fears and frustrations you're facing. https://gettingappsdone.com/slack
Joshua and Kel introduce their new Slack channel and share a question from it: What is a typical day in the life of a remote dev? What are some of the pros, cons and things to consider when considering a fully remote role? Plus tips/tricks and general advice for staying motivated, healthy and getting apps done remotely!If you're looking for a great community to help you boost your dev career, join us at: https://gettingappsdone.com/slack
Kel is back to discuss interviews and CVs (resumes!) with Joshua. Lots of tips, tricks, things to consider and some things not to consider too! Plus a few chainsaw wielding teens... (By the way, there are a couple expletives in this episode, so it's probably not entirely safe for children or those offended by this!)
One more episode of Joshua solo before we have a number of guest hosts and the return of Kel as a regular co-host! Today Joshua rants a bit about the expectations of the industry and how it affects newer developers.
Edaqa Mortoray, author of "What is Programming", joins us to discuss programming, UX, security... and even a bit of politics!
Everyone is talking about design thinking. Books are being written, job descriptions are requiring it. But what is it and why is it important to software developers? Joshua discusses the first step in design thinking: Empathy.
Everyone is talking about design thinking. Books are being written, job descriptions are requiring it. But what is it and why is it important to software developers? Joshua introduces the concept and a new series of Youtube videos from Getting Apps Done on design thinking for developers.
David Wood joins us today to talk to us about how he got into development... Hint... I'm not the only one who got my start in development playing video games! See mom! I told you they weren't a waste of time!
Kellen wasn't able to join me this time around and I thought it was a perfect opportunity to talk about change, particularly in software development, but in general as well... and how I handle and embrace change.
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